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Probably ton of post on this but thought I would ask, what is the average mileage everyone is getting? Would love to hear from you.

My GOM states ~200 miles after a full charge. Could be the way I'm driving it with the AC on 74 in AZ. With the power this thing has, its hard not to use it.

This mornings journey to work in some rush hour traffic:

GOM 100% Charge 201 Miles dropped to 82% with 171 miles after the journey

Duration: 1h 0 min
Avg Speed: 41 mph
Distance: 39.9 miles
Energy Regenerated: 4.00 kWH
Energy consumption: 2.62 mi/kWH
 

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Probably ton of post on this but thought I would ask, what is the average mileage everyone is getting? Would love to hear from you.

My GOM states ~200 miles after a full charge. Could be the way I'm driving it with the AC on 74 in AZ. With the power this thing has, its hard not to use it.

This mornings journey to work in some rush hour traffic:

GOM 100% Charge 201 Miles dropped to 82% with 171 miles after the journey

Duration: 1h 0 min
Avg Speed: 41 mph
Distance: 39.9 miles
Energy Regenerated: 4.00 kWH
Energy consumption: 2.62 mi/kWH
You'll see as many answers as there are members in this forum. Sorry to seem obtuse but it really depends on driving style, terrain, city/highway etc. There is a thread that discussed how the I-Pace and Incontrol app underestimates energy consumed by quite a bit but the GoM is pretty accurate for me since the new software following the Regen recall.

I use an app called WattCat that mirrors Incontrol. It is under development by an I-Pace owner in Norway and it provides the actual battery kWh and not just the state of charge. Using WattCat I've found that the car underestimates energy used by over 15% in city driving.

I think you can attain 200 miles of highway and 230 or more in city driving. Again, I think the GoM is pretty good and have learned to trust it or as Ronald Reagan once said: Trust but verify. I'm using WattCat for verification.

Also, the 201 miles at 100% SoC is a known error from the new software but my GoM slowly changed as I put more miles on the car and is pretty accurate now.
 

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Last charge to 98% with range of 247 miles.

This was at 50 kW ChargePoint DCFC.

Note: When I plugged in I got error message: Charging stopped fault with charge outlet! (car port):surprise:
This would have been big problem as I was on trip with only 1 fast charger option.

Don't panic, I was able to reset the I-Pace by restarting the car, then turning off.

After doing this I was able to start the charge session with no further errors.:smile2:

Mileage at end of trip averaged 23.1 kW/100 miles or 231 watts/mile.
 

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Correction: Since I can't go back to correct, should say: 35.1 kW/100m or 351 watts/mile.
Nice, yea, I'm not getting anything close to that currently... :frown2: Disconcerting to say the least. Hope its like CurtSprings mentions regarding the known error!
 

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I'm getting 2.1 miles / kWh (=47 kWh / 100 miles) in mixed suburban driving with some hills, stop and go, and quite a bit of accel / decel; spirited driving.
[Correctly measured with actual kWh used, as opposed to JLR's flawed figures]
 

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I get a GOM of about 270 on a 100% charge. Almost all my driving is suburban, 35-50 mph, so perfect for efficiency. GOM seems pretty accurate most of the time since my driving style is more or less constant. Got a bit better when temps dropped below 95! During hottest weeks it was probably down to 240.
 

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I get a GOM of about 270 on a 100% charge. Almost all my driving is suburban, 35-50 mph, so perfect for efficiency. GOM seems pretty accurate most of the time since my driving style is more or less constant. Got a bit better when temps dropped below 95! During hottest weeks it was probably down to 240.
I'm so jealous...:crying:
 

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I get a GOM of about 270 on a 100% charge. Almost all my driving is suburban, 35-50 mph, so perfect for efficiency. GOM seems pretty accurate most of the time since my driving style is more or less constant. Got a bit better when temps dropped below 95! During hottest weeks it was probably down to 240.
Please measure actual consumption and get back to us with a real kWh/100miles measurement. 0:)
 

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When I got my iPace in December and noted the low range, I figured it would get better once the snow melted and things warmed up a bit. Once I saw ideal temperatures, my Guess-O-Meter wouldn’t go any higher than 369 kms (229 miles) and in Canada the car is rated at 377 so I figured it was about right. I also attributed the actual range of around 260kms to be due to my aggressive driving style

After around 10,000 kms, I noticed that my battery wouldn’t charge higher than 89% and at that point it was ‘fully charged’ with around 280 kms of range displayed. I took it to the dealer and they checked it out and said that my battery was bad and they had to order a new one. Surprisingly, the battery arrived around 10 days later and they had the car done shortly thereafter. I thought it would be a way more difficult operation, but they showed me the battery once it was dropped out and it is surprisingly simple.

Once I got the car back, the Guess-o-Meter started displaying ranges in the 400s and the actual range got significantly better. I haven’t had any long-ish trips yet to compare, but my previous limited range clearly points to a bad main battery. I am pretty happy with how things have transpired.

I wish i could supply some real world figures but that will have to wait for a few weeks.

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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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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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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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