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Loving the range in the warmer spring weather here in Oz. GOM pretty happy too. Will see how it goes in the hot summer

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Septembers Fill-ups.
kwh used​
Actual km​
kwh/100km​
m/kwh​
24.51​
187​
13.1​
4.7​
18.00​
147​
12.2​
5.1​
0.38​
5​
7.7​
8.1​
17.24​
151​
11.4​
5.4​
9.19​
92​
10.0​
6.2​
18.38​
169​
10.9​
5.7​
4.21​
36​
11.7​
5.3​
14.55​
132​
11.0​
5.6​
1.53​
16​
9.6​
6.5​
24.13​
232​
10.4​
6.0​
13.41​
126​
10.6​
5.8​
 

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What speed are you driving to get this range? I just drove 200Km yesterday at 120km, and arrived with 50Km of range left. We did have the heating on and the outside temp was around 12 degrees, but I have to say I was expecting for the range to be closer to the 300Km advertised.
 

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No way you would get the "advertised" 300Km range at 120Km/Hr and heating on. I think for the speed and conditions you describe the range you got is pretty damn good.
 

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What speed are you driving to get this range? I just drove 200Km yesterday at 120km, and arrived with 50Km of range left. We did have the heating on and the outside temp was around 12 degrees, but I have to say I was expecting for the range to be closer to the 300Km advertised.
From reading other threads on the site, a nice steady 80kph and very minimal / no heating would be required to get the advertised range.
 

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What speed are you driving to get this range? I just drove 200Km yesterday at 120km, and arrived with 50Km of range left. We did have the heating on and the outside temp was around 12 degrees, but I have to say I was expecting for the range to be closer to the 300Km advertised.
This is our normal driving around the city at 60kmh mostly. Couple of times on freeway a week for 50km return trip, limit is 100kmh though.
Average Sept temps here in Perth - 21.7 - 10.8
Perfect car for our needs

And probably should add it cost us AU$25 for the 162kwh delivered on a mixture of free public chargers, solar when possible and off peak at night.
 

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What speed are you driving to get this range? I just drove 200Km yesterday at 120km, and arrived with 50Km of range left. We did have the heating on and the outside temp was around 12 degrees, but I have to say I was expecting for the range to be closer to the 300Km advertised.
The range advertised is like 275km in Canada, they must measure differently where you live.
 

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This is our normal driving around the city at 60kmh mostly. Couple of times on freeway a week for 50km return trip, limit is 100kmh though.
Average Sept temps here in Perth - 21.7 - 10.8
Perfect car for our needs

And probably should add it cost us AU$25 for the 162kwh delivered on a mixture of free public chargers, solar when possible and off peak at night.
Can you add your experiences to our Google Sheet here?
 

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Thanks for all the replies. Very helpful. I did a test drive today of 100km trying to keep the speed between 85 and 105 (there was some motorway driving and wanted to keep to the speed limit). 13 KwH/km seems achievable with AC on, which should give a ballpark range of between 280 - 290 km. I should note that there were a number of hills on the route which really affects the consumption a lot, and isn't often tested on the many youtube videos i have watched.

Overall, I love the car. Did my first 'on-the-go' fast charge yesterday which was painless through InCharge here in Sweden. We just gave it a 15 minute boost to make sure we made it home.
In fairness, we don't do many of these long journeys these days. The rest of the time I can just enjoy the car and charge at home a couple of times a week.
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369km is absolutely nuts. I have seen 330km max. As it gets colder and I use the defrost and heated seats more I'm closer to 300km now and I assume I'll lose another 10% in the winter with the tires and slightly more liberal use of the heat.
 

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369km is absolutely nuts. I have seen 330km max. As it gets colder and I use the defrost and heated seats more I'm closer to 300km now and I assume I'll lose another 10% in the winter with the tires and slightly more liberal use of the heat.
It's all relative. I know of members on Vancouver Island that see 300km on the GOM with the 28kWh IONIQ during the summer months. Mine in, Vancouver (Langley), has a max ever of 253km. But, the bulk of my driving is steady state at 90kph or more. I suspect that if I lowered that to 70 kph or even 60 kph, my range would increase significantly.
 

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Can you add your experiences to our Google Sheet here?
I have added a longer trip but I'm not really tracking individual trips which the sheet seems set up for. The Auto Link app (Aus BlueLink) does track individual trips but you can't export the battery info stupidly only distances.

This run was nearly under 9kwh/100km and would have given a full tank range of 421!!! Trip back used 1.7kWh. Nice driving Mrs Sleeper. I think its my lead foot that is damaging our econoy :rolleyes:
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