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Hey all, the last couple of charges I’ve done — all to 80 or more percent SOC – I’ve been getting estimates on range somewhere at 40-plus’s miles over EPA estimate. Was going to try to go to 100% this evening to test out max a bit, but had to cut short at about 92%. GOM was showing 291 to 294 miles of range pulling out of EA spot. Drove home, all highway, at speeds con conducive to efficiency and still arrived with equivalent of 293 miles projected range.
I’ve also been seen mid- to high-3s in m/kWh efficiency. Often I’ve been at 4-plus the last couple of weeks in mixed-use driving.
I don’t think I’ve experienced an OTA update — i did do the initial April manual update which should allow OTAs though. Just wondering if anyone else has seen similar jumps. I’d be willing to write this off as warmer weather or something, but it happened mid-summer. Obviously, I am not complaining about any of this.
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Welcome to the Guess O Meter. It truly is a Guess based on your recent driving. I almost wish it wasn't displayed. At the house, I charge when I see about 25% (quarter tank in ICE terms) as I do with my Pathfinder. On the one and only trip away from home, I hit the first charger along my route with 38% and charged to 90. I then charged when I got close to my destination because I wanted enough charge for the weekend. My "around home" rate is about 4miles/kWh but I also did a "loaded" test of 100 miles with 2 E-bikes on the hitch rack and 3 adults (about 750lbs) load. I only got about 3Miles/kWh on the test. That will be my weight for our September Trip and I loaded that along with a 10knot headwind into ABRP for my initial plan.
 

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One of the things I‘ve become aware of over the years is that you can start driving to maximise the algorithm that a manufacturer uses to calculate range, rather than reality. First noticed when driving a Citroen C5 diesel. I managed to get the GOM to indicate a range of 1,000+ km, but it never actually achieved more than about 700. The GOM algorithms are better these days but I still find the way I drive exaggerates the range most of the time.
 

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One of the things I‘ve become aware of over the years is that you can start driving to maximise the algorithm that a manufacturer uses to calculate range, rather than reality. First noticed when driving a Citroen C5 diesel. I managed to get the GOM to indicate a range of 1,000+ km, but it never actually achieved more than about 700. The GOM algorithms are better these days but I still find the way I drive exaggerates the range most of the time.
Yeah, I was wondering if after 5,000 miles there would be an algorithm adjustment based on driving style. And I do a fair amount of city driving. But also just did 2,000-mile road trip. So not sure why it would adjust so drastically upward.
 

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Yeah, I was wondering if after 5,000 miles there would be an algorithm adjustment based on driving style. And I do a fair amount of city driving. But also just did 2,000-mile road trip. So not sure why it would adjust so drastically upward.
From what I can tell, it averages efficiency values for all trips that started within the last ~500 miles. I alternate between stretches of all-highway and all-city driving, and I've consistently noticed the estimated range jump when the last highway trip drops out of the evaluation period.
 
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