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Not sure when the change happened, but did anyone notice that Jaguar put the estimated EPA up on their US site? Originally it used to say 240miles but now it's listed as 234 with the disclaimer *Figures shown are EPA driving range estimates. Actual mileage may vary.

Still says estimate but it's interesting it dropped 6 miles
 

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Not sure when the change happened, but did anyone notice that Jaguar put the estimated EPA up on their US site? Originally it used to say 240miles but now it's listed as 234 with the disclaimer *Figures shown are EPA driving range estimates. Actual mileage may vary.

Still says estimate but it's interesting it dropped 6 miles
Yes, and that's probably for the "S" model with the 18" wheels. Most likely the "SE" and "HSE" models with 20 inch wheels are closer to 220 miles.
 

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Still thinking 200mi. range for my I-Pace driving on the 22's and set to Dynamic or Comfort mode with Brake Regen on High...and that still works for me. :) Now, if it's like 170mi. total range, then I may have issues some days and may have to find a fast charger in Miami or somewhere before driving home, lol.
 

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As if the 240 miles range was not higher to start,
now it's dropping to 234 miles. So what changed?
Are we going to see it drop again?
 

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Link? I'm not finding it on the EPA site?



https://www.fueleconomy.gov/feg/findacar.shtml
Don't think its official official yet, but being that they changed all of their marketing collateral from 240 to 234--a very specific number, I think we have a good idea that is what it will be. I believe companies can ask the EPA to embargo official numbers until the day they officially put the car on sale in the US. Very disappointing TBH.
 

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Yeah, sounds like 234 is the number Jaguar has certified to the EPA, and the EPA is not done yet with their paperwork, but the number will not change.

Surprising - I guessed it would be a little higher - but 234 is sufficient for my needs, so no problem.
 

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I get 200 in the Bolt, which is rated at 238 mile range. I expect the I-Pace range must be similar. That's all I need.
 
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