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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 05-11-2019, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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First Total Recharge- Displays 215 mile Range

Drove mostly on highway between 75 to 80 miles/hr in Dynamic mode. Way more fun than eco mode. Will test eco mode next for real world performance for EPA ratings. Drove using low regenerative braking. Will switch to high regenerative braking. Which should also improve mileage.
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Drove mostly on highway between 75 to 80 miles/hr in Dynamic mode. Way more fun than eco mode. Will test eco mode next for real world performance for EPA ratings. Drove using low regenerative braking. Will switch to high regenerative braking. Which should also improve mileage.
The ECO Data screen and the InControl Journeys will provide you the details on your energy use, etc. Achieving 40kWh/100 miles at 75-80 mph is remarkable.

Depending on driving style and terrain, for many high regen has the opposite effect, as it doesn’t allow the car to coast at highway speeds during the natural ebbs and flows of traffic. This can be mitigated with careful pedal control
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I am right now easily getting 250 miles in mixed driving (60% highway up to 75 mph), not driving eco nor aggressive and it is now around 65-70. This is without climate because its nice. I could easily hit 270-280 if I drove Eco, and that is pretty good.
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I am right now easily getting 250 miles in mixed driving (60% highway up to 75 mph), not driving eco nor aggressive and it is now around 65-70. This is without climate because its nice. I could easily hit 270-280 if I drove Eco, and that is pretty good.
That is more than good. That is quite amazing. Good for you.
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Currently, in rather cool weather (10C, 50F), I'm getting 21kW/hr per 100 kms. That's a range of 400 kms or 250 miles. Fiarly level terrain, nearly all highway driving. However, that's using Eco with only occasional bouts of Dynamic when passing.
I expect to do better in warmer weather.
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