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post #11 of 30 (permalink) Old 02-21-2019, 08:01 PM
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I set mine on low for a couple weeks and it made no noticeable difference
Yes, best range is with low regeneration and creep turned off. You coast a bit better on low. Creep uses a bit with stop and go traffic. Throw in ECO mode if the weather is mild. Should get you the best range with more normal driving.

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The cold weather affects range substantially, so if you're in the 30s/40s you're doing well to show 180-190 range. Highway driving also detracts from range (more power to fight the wind). I personally don't care for high regen, too hard to not rock my passengers forward and back. Frankly I wish I could turn regen completely off, especially on highway drives. One thing to note, you will not get any regen with the car above a 90% state of charge... as a safety measure to not overcharge the battery.
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Regen can certainly be moderated with the throttle. I prefer high. Although a mid level might be OK also. Low is weak but would work better if it had a high button on the steering like the Bolt.
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All Low does is remap some regen from the right pedal to the left pedal. Why it can save energy:

1) Driving without touching the brake requires a more gentle style using Low.
2) It's easier to modulate pressure by pushing than lifting. You are less likely to use more regen than necessary.

But, a well-trained foot could match it in High. It's unlikely to beat it though.

Cruise Control also uses more power per mile. A skilled driver will use less peak kW in both directions than the ACC will.
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If you're not actually running out of range, drive it like you stole it.
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The cold weather affects range substantially, so if you're in the 30s/40s you're doing well to show 180-190 range. Highway driving also detracts from range (more power to fight the wind). I personally don't care for high regen, too hard to not rock my passengers forward and back. Frankly I wish I could turn regen completely off, especially on highway drives. One thing to note, you will not get any regen with the car above a 90% state of charge... as a safety measure to not overcharge the battery.
You have limited regen based on battery temp. There is a green line that appears on the regen side of the power dial. This is the regen limit when at a high charge level. The green line will disappear anywhere from 88% to 95% charge and AFAIK is just temperature based. On colder days, it nerfs the regen longer than warmer days.

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I drove 132mi at high speed (75-80mph) to and from the airport today to spend the day in Houston. No traffic either way: left 5am, arrived home at 11pm. Left in AM with 97%, 212 mi range showing. Traveled 132mi roundtrip, used cruise/lane control most of the way, mild use of AC and seat warmers, iPhone plugged in with radio on, so really 'typical' use - no effort made to 'conserve' power. Got home tonight with 19%, 32mi range showing. These numbers suggest range of ~170mi when driving at 75-80mph with temps in the low 70s. I didn't charge at the airport to make the calculations easier and more 'absolute', but could easily have done so for free. Knowing I don't *have* to charge to make it home is comforting should the dozen or so charging stations ever be full.
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It was a wee bit warmer today.
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All Low does is remap some regen from the right pedal to the left pedal. Why it can save energy:

1) Driving without touching the brake requires a more gentle style using Low.
2) It's easier to modulate pressure by pushing than lifting. You are less likely to use more regen than necessary.

But, a well-trained foot could match it in High. It's unlikely to beat it though.

Cruise Control also uses more power per mile. A skilled driver will use less peak kW in both directions than the ACC will.
I'm not sure I understand why cruise control uses more power (unless you're driving in mountains). Surely maintaining an absolutely steady speed is better? Please educate me - I don't get my I Pace until March.
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