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I found my 2016 Ioniq to be pretty accurate . My 2020 Ioniq was about 2mpg on the optimistic side but seems to be more accurate after about 5000 milesHas anybody else checked their mileage manually against the car's computer? I did a couple of times and noticed the car is optimistic by about 2 mpg.
So it varies, but typically about 3 mpg optimistic in my car. Saw it at 1 mpg optimistic once, and 5 mpg optimistic is not uncommon.Has anybody else checked their mileage manually against the car's computer? I did a couple of times and noticed the car is optimistic by about 2 mpg.
INFO for new members here, PHEV owners: The trick is, when in EV range driving (only then!): Keep climate system OFF, and at lowest temperature, then when fogging occurs, press "Front Defrost", then after just 5-6 seconds(!), press OFF. Windscreen is already clear. Repeat when necessary. This is a bit struggle, but it saves petrol/gas/fuel big time when done consequently, since the engine will not start so quickly, despite temperature differences. And use steering wheel and seat heating, when equipped. And don't remove outdoor clothing.While I sometimes (winter) struggle a bit to avoid unnecessary engine running and still keep windscreen free of condensation...
Air temperature makes a big difference so possibly warmer on your return tripI'm getting about 54MPG from my hybrid at the moment - I travel from Reading to Newbury every day via the M4. What surprised me was that the MPG going into work was less than when returning later in the day. I would have thought they'd have been the same given the relatively even nature of the terrain overall. I'm hoping to get to 60MPG at which point I'll be delighted!