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post #21 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-19-2019, 11:01 PM
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I had the stock Goodyear 20” All Seasons and had no issues with traction/pliability through last winter and we had temps close to 40 degrees below zero Fahrenheit
Thanks for that info!

What sort of range did you get at -40F? (Temperatures where I live on Lake Huron rarely get below -15F.) Here is my latest GOM reading with temps. in the 50s F (12C) This is 284 miles.
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post #22 of 24 (permalink) Old 10-20-2019, 12:06 AM
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I had the stock Goodyear 20” All Seasons and had no issues with traction/pliability through last winter and we had temps close to 40 degrees below zero Fahrenheit
Thanks for that info!

What sort of range did you get at -40F? (Temperatures where I live on Lake Huron rarely get below -15F.) Here is my latest GOM reading with temps. in the 50s F (12C) This is 284 miles.
Your distance to empty estimate is truly meaningless. Unless you have a unicorn, or are puttering around for 280 miles, there is zero chance you will actually be able to travel 280 miles on a single charge. Instead, look at your actual consumption figures (kWh/100miles or miles/kWh). On the coldest days I would typically see ~60-70kWh/100 miles around town, if I would have tried to go down the Interstate at 75mph I doubt I would have been able to make it more than 80 miles or so. I used preconditioning 99% of the time, generally having it plugged in to the 110v when parked outside while at work.
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Actually, Dantrium, that mileage is fairly close to real. Today I travelled 101 kms (62 miles) and used 19.1 kWhs.
This equates to (84.4 divided by 19.1) = 418 kms or 276 miles. Currently the GOM shows 232 kms remaining and 76% charged.
The weather was ideal, 20C or 68 F with no wind. I was in ECO mode, preconditioned with climate off. I was driving at about 80-90 kms/hr enjoying the Fall colours.

However, I'm sure you're right when it comes to the cold - I'll revive this thread in a few months!
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Actually, Dantrium, that mileage is fairly close to real. Today I travelled 101 kms (62 miles) and used 19.1 kWhs.
This equates to (84.4 divided by 19.1) = 418 kms or 276 miles. Currently the GOM shows 232 kms remaining and 76% charged.
The weather was ideal, 20C or 68 F with no wind. I was in ECO mode, preconditioned with climate off. I was driving at about 80-90 kms/hr enjoying the Fall colours.

However, I'm sure you're right when it comes to the cold - I'll revive this thread in a few months!
Interesting to know what your actual average speed was for the 100kms. But even using 85kmph; if you can do a 280 mile trip at 85kmph, you have infinitely more patience than I do.
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