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Please measure actual consumption and get back to us with a real kWh/100miles measurement.
I keep meaning to do that but real life priorities get me distracted! But it's a good reminder to do it before winter comes and everything goes to ****.
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From a full charge I'm consistently getting 400+kms - or 250+ miles. The GOM is quite accurate and I have run the battery down to a 10% charge and it says 40 kms or 25 miles left.

This is consistent with the gauge saying 21 kwhrs/100 kms. (21 divided into 84 kwhr battery usable capacity gives 400 kms.)

I live in a temperate are where I don't need a lot of AC and I do mostly highway but not freeway driving - typically at 100 kms/hr (62 mph.)
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From a full charge I'm consistently getting 400+kms - or 250+ miles. The GOM is quite accurate and I have run the battery down to a 10% charge and it says 40 kms or 25 miles left.

This is consistent with the gauge saying 21 kwhrs/100 kms. (21 divided into 84 kwhr battery usable capacity gives 400 kms.)

I live in a temperate are where I don't need a lot of AC and I do mostly highway but not freeway driving - typically at 100 kms/hr (62 mph.)
Have you actually calculated how far you go on a charge?
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Thought I would chip in with 300 miles on a full charge - that's actual driven miles, not calculated :-)
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post #15 of 29 (permalink) Old 08-31-2019, 06:35 PM
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Have you actually calculated how far you go on a charge?
Yes. When I got down to a 10% charge, I had driven 375 Kms (235 miles) with 25 kms left according to the GOM.

Usually when I fully charge the GOM says I have a range of 404 kms - when I switch to Eco it goes up about 10K.

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Doing a 170 mi round trip on highway today in 85-90 degree heat with 4 people (2 of them small kids) in the car. Think I’ll make it? 🙂
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Doing a 170 mi round trip on highway today in 85-90 degree heat with 4 people (2 of them small kids) in the car. Think I’ll make it? 🙂
if you drive slow you will...
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167.5 mi round trip, eco mode, 4 people with AC on driving 65-75 most of the way, home with 23% battery, giving me a total range of almost 220 miles - that seems pretty good!
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167.5 mi round trip, eco mode, 4 people with AC on driving 65-75 most of the way, home with 23% battery, giving me a total range of almost 220 miles - that seems pretty good!
That doesn't just sound good, it IS good! Real world observation of range with passengers, AC and long trip. You were brave to try the drive. I would have planned a charge stop somewhere along the way.
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There were a couple of EA sites along the way if we got low... was just nice we didn’t need them, especially with two tired little ones (after a day at the zoo).

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