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1. Hyundai Kona Electric, 259 miles (258 EPA miles)
2. Jaguar I-Pace, 253 miles (234 EPA miles)
2. Kia Niro EV, 253 miles (239 EPA miles)
4. Tesla Model 3 Performance, 239 miles (299 EPA miles)
5. Tesla Model X P100D, 233 miles (289 EPA miles)
6. Nissan LEAF e+, 217 miles (226 EPA miles)
7. Mercedes-Benz EQC, 208 miles (259 WLTP miles - anticipated 220 EPA miles)
8. Tesla Model S 75kWh, 204 miles (259 EPA miles)
9. Audi e-tron, 196 miles (204 EPA miles)
10. Renault ZOE R135, 192 miles (238 WLTP miles)
11. Tesla Model 3 Standard Range Plus, 181 miles (250 EPA miles)
12. BMW i3 120Ah, 165 miles (153 EPA miles)


 

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I believe that post-H264 253 miles is pretty accurate. The irony is H264 was supposed to increase cold weather range but I saw no improvement. However as temperatures rose into the 50s (10°C) in late March I am seeing ranges of 230 miles (370k) which is 10-12 miles (16-19k) more than in September with similar temperatures. Bring on Summer!
 

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I believe that post-H264 253 miles is pretty accurate. The irony is H264 was supposed to increase cold weather range but I saw no improvement. However as temperatures rose into the 50s (10°C) in late March I am seeing ranges of 230 miles (370k) which is 10-12 miles (16-19k) more than in September with similar temperatures. Bring on Summer!
Yes this does seem like H264. Ive noticed that H264 is very efficient when there is less stress on the motors (IE: flat surfaces) but if you drive aggressively its very thirsty
 

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With temps 60-80ish F, my range is 250-260. It's amazing. With temps in the 30s to 50s, my range is 240 or less (way less sometimes).
In December with temps at or near freezing my range dropped to 160 miles (257K) but the trips were mainly short. I think some of our Candian members who took longer trips experienced pretty good ranges.
 

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I'm getting 250 miles, correctly calculated from SoC measurements via OBD port. Most miles on country roads, 20% on freeway, 30% in town. On long freeway trips with 70+mph average it drops, as predicted by wind resistance, to more like 180 miles. This is physics folks! Not JLR's fault.
 

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Thanks so much for sharing the range report - sort of makes us 200 mile IPace owners feel a bit better.

I noticed the Taycan was not on the list, its EPA rated at 201 of course that's only if you drive normal LOL

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I'm getting 250 miles, correctly calculated from SoC measurements via OBD port. Most miles on country roads, 20% on freeway, 30% in town. On long freeway trips with 70+mph average it drops, as predicted by wind resistance, to more like 180 miles. This is physics folks! Not JLR's fault.
Speak for yourself. I blame JLR for not fixing pesky laws of physics. :)
 

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Did they mention the size of the wheel for the I pace test car? In general, what is the range difference in percentage for 18 inch vs 20 inch vs 22 inch?
 

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Thanks so much for sharing the range report - sort of makes us 200 mile IPace owners feel a bit better. I noticed the Taycan was not on the list, its EPA rated at 201 of course that's only if you drive normal LOL
The Taycan supposedly does much better in the real world.

Did they mention the size of the wheel for the I pace test car? In general, what is the range difference in percentage for 18 inch vs 20 inch vs 22 inch?
No mention. The photo car appears to have 20" wheels, though. Too meaty for 22 and not meaty enough for 18.

Also I wonder if they ran the Tesla's in normal charging or in extra "only for long trips" charging.
 

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I have been driving my I pace all winter on mountain roads to ski...temps usually in the 20s and 30s, lots of elevation change... I am able to average about 1.8-2 miles/kwh. Usually 1.6m/kwh on the way up the mountain, then 2.1-2.3 m/kwh on the way down. I think I am getting about 140 miles on a full charge.
 
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