Welcome! Crazy how few of us there are in CO so far!
What's your range been like through the winter so far?
According to the nav computer, I've been averaging around 45 kwh/100mi, or around 180-200 miles total range. Of course, I've never really taken it down to near zero to actually check to really see if the computer is accurate on that. The one experiment I have run is the following:
Full charge from my house in Colo Spgs to my place in Breck. 107 miles, net elevation gain of 4000 feet, arrived with 42% of battery left.
Full charge in Breck for the return home, arrived in Colo Spgs with 65% left.
Normal winter weather, roads relatively dry. Set to comfort mode. Averaged maybe 55 mph, with stretches of 75 mph. (There are some small town speed traps along Hwy 9...)
The math would imply an average range of 245 miles for this up-and-back (184 uphill, 310 downhill). So maybe the on-board computer is overly conservative.
All that said, that Breck trip is as far as I plan to take the car and I almost never drive more than 50 miles in a work day. So, while the efficiency is somewhat disappointing, it has no real-life consequences for me other than a marginally higher cost of electricity.
You know what does have real-life consequences for me? Being able to smoke fools on the I-25 on-ramp.