I argue other than Toyota.. other hybrids were meh until the last few years.. PHEVs except for Toyota's Prius Prime and RAV4 Prime are definitely problematic. Jeep's first gen PHEV (4xE) seems buggy with numerous recalls. First gen EVs are often plagued with problems and I suggest to non-early adopters to avoid them.I also like to stipulate that that happened with hybrids too a decade ago - don’t buy a hybrid, lease it because you’ll have to deal with a $10k repair I’ll after 5 years (never mind that the warranty is 8 years but facts never got in the way of a rumour).
Resale value only matter if you’re the type that changes every few years or if you have to have the latest updates/upgrades. Otherwise just be happy with what you have. You’re lucky because you got it ahead of everyone and the EV6 is a pretty advanced EV. Plus, you got it with lower interest rates and with a tax credit than if you were to purchase one now.
I'll say it again...Toyota owners are similar to Tesla owners. Both care about efficiency and drivetrain reliability over luxury.