Timeline: 00:00 Show Start 05:53 Membership Tier(s) 07:00 We Won’t Car Our Way Out of This 09:00 GM’s Norway commercial was Tone Deaf and Misleading 16:55 AirStream to Make Electric Assist Campers for EVs 23:00 This Week in Tesla 32:55 Looking at the Texas power situation 1:01:30 Shout-outs and Go Home
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Not sure why anyone buys anything other than Toyota, here we have a 2016 Toyota Mirai Fuel Cell vehicle which reached 200,000 miles today and the only issue in 5 years and 200,000 miles has been one bad wheel bearing. Not too shabby! Gotta Love Toyota!!
after 6 months of owning a Prius prime 2020, I am still confused on the how this calculated. Combined with electricity from the hybrid system, the government estimates it will earn 133 MPGe. I assume this is for just a 200 mile trip and one would need to recharge battery to obtain the 133MPGe to continue this number. Here is the article I read: - "" the Primes tested on our 200-mile fuel-economy route missed their EPA highway rating. However, since we test at a considerably higher speed (75 mph) than the EPA, we'd be impressed by any plug-in that was able to equal its EPA number. In hybrid mode, the Prime Plus earned 47 mpg highway and the Premium model earned 49 mpg. We also tested each in EV mode where the Plus earned 116 MPGe and the Premium earned 118.
does anybody have any other real data.
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