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Hello all, hope everyone it's ok. I brought one MX-30 2021 some weeks ago, and I love the cars comfort, and other specs. But I got my first road travel this weekend, and my car it's with 100% and showing 148km. I get some pics from other cars and always showing 200km. I need to be worried and get in with Mazda? Thanks!
 

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Tens varia ajudas, basta procurar...
You have several helps, just need to loose some time in the search...!!
 

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The predicted range is calculated by the power consuption from earlier rides. As soon as you start driving it wil adjust the range acording to the actual power consumption.
145km is a bit low i think, i'll do the same with 90% charge (teperatures about 0C)
 

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Today I drove to work, consumption was 19.9 kWh/100km at -3C. Way back starting from +15C garage and driving in 0C was 16.9 kWh/100km even if it was +50m uphill.
SO the ambient temperature is a big factor.
 

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Today I drove to work, consumption was 19.9 kWh/100km at -3C. Way back starting from +15C garage and driving in 0C was 16.9 kWh/100km even if it was +50m uphill.
SO the ambient temperature is a big factor.
I have the feeling that it isn鈥檛 just ambient temperature. The heat pump taking care of the cabin heating consumes a lot of energy as well. You write that on the way back you left from a garage with +15C meaning that the cabin temperature was also +15C. During one of my longer trips in cold conditions I needed more range to get to my destination. Lowering the cabin temperature to 15,5C gave me additional needed range.
 

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Hi at 80%in the summer I get around 102 miles it does drop in cold weather to 92 so it does drop in seasons. What most people don鈥檛 realise is that the same happens to petrol & diesel cars.
 

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I have the feeling that it isn鈥檛 just ambient temperature. The heat pump taking care of the cabin heating consumes a lot of energy as well. You write that on the way back you left from a garage with +15C meaning that the cabin temperature was also +15C. During one of my longer trips in cold conditions I needed more range to get to my destination. Lowering the cabin temperature to 15,5C gave me additional needed range.
You are correct, that's what I tried to say. One degree lower outside temp would increase the consumption by approx. 0.2kWh/100km, however when you use AC to cool down instead of heating then the change in consumtion is the opposite.
 
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