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With high petrol prices and 'free' electricity from my panels, I drive carefully in the PHEV and 'hammer' the MX30.

Maximum range with 100% charge is now.. ..170km.. :ROFLMAO:
 

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Hi i was wondering how efficiënt u drive with ur mx-30. What are the real overall numbers (I understand all the different situations from different drivers from different countries)?

To start with: 15,4Kwh/100km was my best effort, 100 kmpu cruise control, 25 degrees celcius Netherlands, flat tarmac, no wind over 70km distance.

Overall efficiency 15.7Kwh/100km after 7 months 13000km.

Real Summer range 20-30 dgrs celcius: 200km max.
Real winter range -5+7170km max.
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I get on average 15.5 in Summer, 15.8 in winter. However, driving on secondary roads the consumption is only about 11-12 KhH/100 Km, a bit more in Winter. On highways it may go to about 16 in Summer and 17-18 in Winter.
 

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Hi,

My overall average efficiency is 14.4KWh/Km. This is the average since I bought it at the end of last year and I did 17300Km. I use the heating or the air conditioning a lot but I rarely use the highway.
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Best regards,,
Marco
Yes, there is a huge difference between driving 100 km/h and 80 km/h (or less). But that is true for any car, we just do not notice this so much in a petrol car.
 

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Hi, my efficiency after 5000 km is 13.2 KW per 100 km, driving almost at one pedal, recovering energy at roundabouts, corners, redllights, using AC for heating/ cooling 70% of the time, The lowest value to was 12.9 KW reached on low traffic during the Sunday, without AC.
 

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With no AC or heating, on Vector 4Seasons gen2:
  • 140 Wh/km, combination of A/B roads, a bit of highway and city, gentle driving, about 70km/h avg.
  • 155 Wh/km, short to medium city journeys

Goes up to 200 Wh/km during winter months.
 
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