Range

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Graham
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Post by Graham »

Very good, it helps when you have a good ambient temperature πŸ‘πŸ˜€
Which part of the world are you in?

ashleycarr
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Post by ashleycarr »

Graham wrote: ↑Sat Oct 14, 2023 8:28 pm Very good, it helps when you have a good ambient temperature πŸ‘πŸ˜€
Which part of the world are you in?
Norfolk UK
Sunstone
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Post by Sunstone »

We drive our 63kw Ariya 'normally' and only ever drive it on D mode and get 3.3 mile p Kw.
D3savage
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Post by D3savage »

Hi Graham - I am interested in the Ariya as a tow car....really interested in you towing expriences regarding range.....hope you can get back to me.
Driver_1122
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Post by Driver_1122 »

Had the E-4orce Evolve+ for just under a week, mixture of driving. Motorway, City and B Roads

Motorway ~70mph - 3.5mile/kw (e pedal off Eco Mode D Mode)
City ~30mph - 4.5miles/kw (e pedal on Eco Mode B Mode)
B Roads ~45mph - 3.8miles/kw (e pedal on Eco Mode B Mode)
Really small sample but I think its indictive.

What I have worked out so far...

Definitely higher regeneration in B Mode. Car doesn't use the brakes at all so almost all regeneration.
Higher speed use just D Mode so coasting is possible.

Noticeable difference between drive modes in performance and efficiency.
304 to 320, defiantly not driving hard, in Sports mode it will go down to 1.5miles/kw
Sure this will drop with heater and AC use, only used A/C for a short time as fan seats work really well.
Rear motor kicks in when accelerating harder, motorways and during gentle throttle application its FWD only.
Rear motor also recovers energy when needed seems to stabilise the car as regeneration can be quite aggressive.
Normal mixed driving its just over 300miles range but you do feel you are continually switching modes to get the best range.
Considering its AWD. 389hp with 600Nm torque weighs in at 2.5 tons 20inch wheels and will do a good 60 dash when required, its reasonable and similar if not better than its peers.

7.5kw home charger works really well. Stay away from Ohme Chargers
My partner can return better efficiency than I can. Odd that...
Tyre pressures are higher than recommended. need to adjust could be helping range at higher speeds
Cosmyc
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Post by Cosmyc »

Driver_1122 wrote: ↑Mon Jun 24, 2024 8:44 pm Had the E-4orce Evolve+ for just under a week, mixture of driving. Motorway, City and B Roads

Motorway ~70mph - 3.5mile/kw (e pedal off Eco Mode D Mode)
City ~30mph - 4.5miles/kw (e pedal on Eco Mode B Mode)
B Roads ~45mph - 3.8miles/kw (e pedal on Eco Mode B Mode)
Really small sample but I think its indictive.

What I have worked out so far...

Definitely higher regeneration in B Mode. Car doesn't use the brakes at all so almost all regeneration.
Higher speed use just D Mode so coasting is possible.

Noticeable difference between drive modes in performance and efficiency.
304 to 320, defiantly not driving hard, in Sports mode it will go down to 1.5miles/kw
Sure this will drop with heater and AC use, only used A/C for a short time as fan seats work really well.
Rear motor kicks in when accelerating harder, motorways and during gentle throttle application its FWD only.
Rear motor also recovers energy when needed seems to stabilise the car as regeneration can be quite aggressive.
Normal mixed driving its just over 300miles range but you do feel you are continually switching modes to get the best range.
Considering its AWD. 389hp with 600Nm torque weighs in at 2.5 tons 20inch wheels and will do a good 60 dash when required, its reasonable and similar if not better than its peers.

7.5kw home charger works really well. Stay away from Ohme Chargers
My partner can return better efficiency than I can. Odd that...
Tyre pressures are higher than recommended. need to adjust could be helping range at higher speeds
This is my experience too, can add that A/C for cooling doesn't use that much energy, you can be somewhat careless with it.
Ian Thompson
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Post by Ian Thompson »

I’m getting 3.5 miles/kWh mainly on 70 mile round trip commute Liverpool to Macclesfield, driving Eco mode and adaptive cruise set at 70 mph but mostly traffic limited to around 60 mph. Probably 2/3 motorway, 1/3 β€œA” roads. That is 300 miles real range I am very impressed.
D3savage
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Post by D3savage »

Hi just got my E4orce Advance on 19 inch wheels. Battery on 93% at start 20deg outside, did 54 miles on 6% battery - it averaged 4.2 kw/m pretty pleased at that still have 270 range showing...in normal setting no e- pedal 55-60mph I have some steep hills on final leg at home - up to that point I was up around 4.5 m/kw. My wife complains at the epedal - being a bit jerky....even when driven smooth. Did not try eco mode .... I am going to Lincoln next Tuesday - about 230miles - will feed back.
Cosmyc
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Post by Cosmyc »

Sounds good!
D3savage
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Post by D3savage »

Just done 250 miles in my e4orce....still have 100 miles of range left 30% battery....pretty pleased with that averaged around 4.16 mkw
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