navidad wrote:I have seen many test of range, including many miles through "extra-urban" roads.
Does somebody have an idea of the range if we drive only in city ?
It depends on your hypermiling skills.. and that does not include drafting unsafely behind anyone.. perhaps 170 miles from a test report by Wayne Gedes, perhaps higher with no hwy driving at all. This is his hypermiling website:http://www.cleanmpg.com/
"Hypermiler describes a driver who strives to exceed their vehicle's EPA fuel economy rating..While Hypermiling is about a variety of techniques to improve a vehicles fuel economy, Hypermiling should not be equated with dangerous driving. While some hypermilers favor certain advanced practices that entail some risk and are in some areas illegal, these are not required nor encouraged. There are many basic techniques that are safe and actually make you a better driver, it is up to you, as a driver, to find your own particular level of comfort and fuel economy."