I drive my car hard. And I know the oil life is based on that. But my first oil change came at 2300 miles (oil life was at 5%). And 1000 of those miles was a road trip of pretty much all cruise control. I figured maybe first oil change is coded to go faster. I'm now at 1400 miles and my oil life is at 64%. Somehow longer even though most the miles now are city. But still on track to pretty much get 3000-3500 miles out of it. Not a huge deal. Oil changes are cheap. But is this normal?
Normal for you and your style of driving.
I had my 2018 Hellcat's oil changed every 5K miles (or every 6 months) and the oil life never got below 30%. The bulk of my driving consisted of a 60 mile per day work commute mostly on the freeway. Generally I drove the Helcat to work 2 days a week. The other 3 days a week I drove my MINI JCW. it also served as my city car for running errands.
Might add I gave a co-worker a ride to the train station. This required about 5 miles of city driving. By the time I reached the station the engine was fully up to operating temperature, with the oil temperature up in the 230F range. I frankly liked seeing this as I knew with the oil that hot, the engine that hot, water in the oil was turned to steam and being removed by the crankcase ventilation system. Keeping the water content of the oil down helps prolong the service life of the oil.
As an aside the Hellcat engine took "forever" to get even warm driving on the freeway. But after nearly 30 miles of freeway driving at some point both the coolant an oil termperatures were up to reasonable "warm" temperature.
Short trips with the engine failing to get to full operating temperature and remain there for a while really hammers oil life.