2020 Ioniq

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Mooch
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jonescg wrote: Sun, 28 Jun 2020, 14:14 Ioniq fully charged.jpg

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That is pretty amazing. Do you drive in eco mode? I've had mine 4 weeks now and done 1400km (1500km service coming up this week). I'm getting much better than the quoted 311km for sure. I charged yesterday and got in this morning to this.
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So I'm pretty happy with that. It's a combination of roughly 50% motorway and 50% urban driving. I drive in normal mode but usually use the smart cruise control so the car does the braking / recuperation.

Looking forward to giving it something of a range test with Brisbane to Kingaroy at Christmas.
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Mine is definitely doing better than advertised in winter and summer. Most of our driving is city. Though Nov had a number of extended highway trips. All time best was 346km @ 90% (384km full)

Averaged GOM and measured max range ( both scaled to full battery) per month tracked from distance between every fill-up. (note this is not weighted by distance so the consumption doesn't really tally but i cant be bothered with custom calcs in an excel pivot table. Working on something a bit better.)
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I generally get about 350 km driving to work and back for 4 days in a row, but it means a long weekend of solar charging. So I tend to put 10 kWh in each night from the house battery.
On the highway 260 km is possible at 100 km/h and no aircon. Maybe 220 km at 110?
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jonescg wrote: Sun, 13 Dec 2020, 18:26 I generally get about 350 km driving to work and back for 4 days in a row, but it means a long weekend of solar charging. So I tend to put 10 kWh in each night from the house battery.
On the highway 260 km is possible at 100 km/h and no aircon. Maybe 220 km at 110?
Relying on the trickle charger scared me a bit when I was buying the car so I got a level 2 charger installed at home. It's limited to 4.5kW but it's enough that if I get home mid-afternoon I can charge off the solar for an hour or two and keep it topped up - at least in summer anyway. If I'm heading into the city, I park in King George Square where I can get a free charge - I was there Friday for just over 3 hours and got 50-odd percent into the battery while paying half price for parking. Pretty happy with that.
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