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Electric Range

Discussion in 'Gen 5 Prius Fuel Economy & Prime EV Range' started by allopatry, Dec 29, 2023.

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  1. Gokhan

    Gokhan Senior Member

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    Is this for driving over 55 mph? I regularly get 6.3 mi/kWh or higher with my Gen 4 in the city, and even on the freeway, I get about 6 mi/kWh if I can keep at 55 mph (57 mph on the speedometer).
     
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    Yeah it has mixed freeway driving and a fair amount of 80km/h to get there. Some of it is also, on the way home, almost stop and go (40 or 50 kmh, then almost stop but not quite, then back up etc). So that's not exactly super efficient.
     
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    If you do a short trip and stay a bit with the car on while in park the kWh/100km readout gets higher, so in theory it should also account for the AC and any other electric load.
     
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  4. Will B

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    Just to add data points, I'm up to a predicted 45miles on a full battery charge for my PPPXP (Pretty Prius Prime [XSE Premium]), so at least catching up to what is claimed for the HEV. That's with being mindful but not obsessive about driving efficiently. I still get the urge and have a little fun every once in a while! :)

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