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This thread is inspired by Steve's post ONE discharge to 0% causes >5% battery capacity loss

Each 1000ft of climbing (roughly 300 meters) uses 1.89 kWh if it's just you. Each additional passenger will be about 1/25 more.

You should get back 90% of that on the downhill if you drive at the same speed. If you drive faster cause it's downhill yeah you'll get back less.


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Wouldn't make any significant noticeable difference in sciencegeek's results. I was interested, so I wrote them down.
sciencegeek = 4784lbs + 220lbs = 5004 lbs. With driver
Motor Trend HSE w/22" wheels tested = 4946lbs. Curb Weight (Without driver?)
My local dump HSE w/22" wheels = 5060lbs + 140lbs = 5200lbs With driver (I weigh 140lbs) I probably had my trailer hitch on the car when I had the dump weigh it. +50lbs?

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