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You were running on fumes with that fill! Which model of Ioniq do you have?


2017 Blue. Iíve had it down to the range reading just 4 miles before. It seem this car has quite a large buffer between the range saying you are almost empty and actually being almost empty, in my opinion they do this because they donít want anyone actually driving this thing down to bone dry which could apparently damage the hybrid battery.


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Made a few discoveries, now that I have my Scangauge back from Linear Logic. First observation is engine runs until coolant reaches 103 degrees then it will switch to battery. Second, a good way to get car to switch to battery is shift to neutral then back into gear again. State of charge on battery is usually in low to mid 50's.
I ran 4 different data loggers for Linear Logic that plugged into OBD port, so they should have a bunch of X Gauges coming out soon.


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How much variance do folks see between gauge MPGs and actual?

I was amped up for my third fill up last night after squeaking the tank MPG up to 60.8 US per the gauges only to do Fuelly and manually calculating the actual of 57.1. A bit of a letdown actually as weather has finally warmed and the trip gauge readings have been teasing me with 60s up to 75 MPGs.
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3 mpg is the typical difference between displayed and actual most of the time for me, but I've seen less than 1 mpg and as much as 7 mpg. I top off the tank with every fill so my measured mpg is highly accurate. Those who go until the pump "clicks" once or twice will have much more variable results.

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Fill mine to one click every time and generally find the mpg displayed in car and fuelly are mostly within 1 mpg of each other
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How much variance do folks see between gauge MPGs and actual?

I was amped up for my third fill up last night after squeaking the tank MPG up to 60.8 US per the gauges only to do Fuelly and manually calculating the actual of 57.1. A bit of a letdown actually as weather has finally warmed and the trip gauge readings have been teasing me with 60s up to 75 MPGs.
It depends on how you have set the mpg - per tankful (default) or since last reset (continuous) ? On the PHEV it takes ages to climb back to the `current` mpg if there's a lot of mileage and weather to recover. It took an absolute age to get the mpg back to the 80 mpg it shows now from the 60 mpg it settled at when winter set in.

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8th refill on Mar. 23th @ 8630.
Driven since last fill-up: 1565 km (I don't remember the details, but daily charges, less morning heatings than before and some highway @ 130km/h)
Volume: 32,93 liters
Consumption, combined EV/HEV: 2,1 L/100km (112 MPG US, 134,5 MPG UK)
Consumption, estimated HEV only 5,66l/100km (41,56 MPG US, 49,9 MPG UK)

9th refill on Apr. 15th @ 9386km
Driven since last fill-up: 756 km (Still daily charges almost no morning heatings, some highway @ 130km/h)
Volume: 14,35 liters
Consumption, combined EV/HEV: 1,9 L/100km (123,8 MPG US, 148,7 MPG UK)
Consumption, estimated HEV only 4,74l/100km (49,6 MPG US, 59,6 MPG UK)
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3 mpg is the typical difference between displayed and actual most of the time for me, but I've seen less than 1 mpg and as much as 7 mpg. I top off the tank with every fill so my measured mpg is highly accurate. Those who go until the pump "clicks" once or twice will have much more variable results.
Thanks. This helps to keep my expectations in line. My second fill up was dead on at with gauges at 47 MPG US and I have been going to click shutoff plus one but Iíll know unfortunately to just wait and see going forward.

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10th refill on Apr. 19th @ 10209km

Driven since last fill-up: 823 km (~700km highway @ 130km/h real, 137km/h car-indicated, 2 daily charged)

Volume: 39,42 liters

Consumption, combined EV/HEV: 4,8 L/100km (49 MPG US, 58,8 MPG UK)

Consumption, estimated HEV only 5,4l/100km (43,6 MPG US, 52,3 MPG UK)

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