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According to Norwegian Motor.no. They do very ambitious summer and winter range tests for loads of EVs with EV union NAF:
MX-30 summer range 220 km 110% WLTP
Winter range 165 km. Yep winter range kind of sucks but does not stand out in comparison to other EVs.
Interestingly at 200 km the MX 30 indicated 0 range 0 State of Charge kept going for 19,6 km.
Check it out on motor.no
Winner in this years summer test. BMW iX3 did 124% of WLTP
 

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Already loved my MX-30 but this makes it even better😍
To know there is a buffer beyond zero percent just feels so reassuring. You are not supposed to use it for battery health reasons, but still. Its there and it can help you out IF you are in trouble.
Today did appr 102 km with 49% of the battery. Mostly highways maybe 10 km city driving. Cruised at 95 to 105 kmh. Ideal conditions more or less. Super happy!!! Or should that be 45%???
 

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Already loved my MX-30 but this makes it even better😍
To know there is a buffer beyond zero percent just feels so reassuring. You are not supposed to use it for battery health reasons, but still. Its there and it can help you out IF you are in trouble.
Today did appr 102 km with 49% of the battery. Mostly highways maybe 10 km city driving. Cruised at 95 to 105 kmh. Ideal conditions more or less. Super happy!!! Or should that be 45%???
I had my car for a year now, so I have some idea about the consumption and range.
In Summer I do about 15.3 Kwh / 100 Km on mixed use, so a range of just over 200 km, I am using about 12-13 kwh / 100 km on local / regional roads, about 16 kwh / 100 km on the high-way.
In Winter my usage was about 17 Kwh / 100 km on mixed use, so a range of about 170-180 km.
To me the range is just fine. I went outside this range only occasionnally. But on those instances I was annoyed by the slow "fast" charging, in particular on cold battery.
 

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I had my car for a year now, so I have some idea about the consumption and range.
In Summer I do about 15.3 Kwh / 100 Km on mixed use, so a range of just over 200 km, I am using about 12-13 kwh / 100 km on local / regional roads, about 16 kwh / 100 km on the high-way.
In Winter my usage was about 17 Kwh / 100 km on mixed use, so a range of about 170-180 km.
To me the range is just fine. I went outside this range only occasionnally. But on those instances I was annoyed by the slow "fast" charging, in particular on cold battery.
Bert our consumption is in the same ballpark.
In summer 14,2 and in winter with a bigger part highway driving 17,5 kWh/100 km. These days 15,4 kWh/100 km in a mostly rainy and windy September.
To get the official wltp range, combined 200 km, it would seem you need around 15 kWh/100 km. The buffer below zero would be added on top of those 200 km.
 

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Bert our consumption is in the same ballpark.
In summer 14,2 and in winter with a bigger part highway driving 17,5 kWh/100 km. These days 15,4 kWh/100 km in a mostly rainy and windy September.
To get the official wltp range, combined 200 km, it would seem you need around 15 kWh/100 km. The buffer below zero would be added on top of those 200 km.
Any idea how far you can go once the battery shows "0%"? I never dared try...
 

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Any idea how far you can go once the battery shows "0%"? I never dared try...
Motor.no claims 20 km. Cannot say exactly say what speed. So possibly, we are in the dark here, an extra 8-9 percent? Relatively to total range, that is a lot.
The good news is that if you end up at 0% its perheps really like 8%? Common wisdom for battery health is to avoid going too deep. But with a small battery pack, you are more likely to end up in that situation. Bert for give my ignorance but your flag is from where?
 

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Motor.no claims 20 km. Cannot say exactly say what speed. So possibly, we are in the dark here, an extra 8-9 percent? Relatively to total range, that is a lot.
The good news is that if you end up at 0% its perheps really like 8%? Common wisdom for battery health is to avoid going too deep. But with a small battery pack, you are more likely to end up in that situation. Bert for give my ignorance but your flag is from where?
Ha ha, Mozambique, but that is not where the car is :)
 
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