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Re: Lose the "Building Trees" on the head's up display

Fri Jul 31, 2015 10:55 am

knightarmor wrote:Who knew little tree animations could annoy so many?

I don't mind the trees. They tell me if I spent way too much time stuck in traffic on my way home from work!!

Two trees= got home quickly and without too much traffic
Three trees and a stump= too much time stuck in traffic!!!

Nissan needs to work on getting us 300 miles of range. If they get us that I could care less if the trees are there or not.



Two trees ?? how far are you from work and how fast do you drive ? What State/City are you in ?

I'm off the 405 in Orange County, and I am lucky to get a full tree with no traffic driving home. And when I was stuck in traffic, lucky if I got a 2nd tree haha My power gets sucked up, Gary told me to slow down, but in the carpool lane if you do less than 65mph, you'd be driven off the road, people fly in there.
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Re: Lose the "Building Trees" on the head's up display

Fri Jul 31, 2015 3:49 pm

I commute 34 miles each way. Lots of traffic lights. In Seattle so there are hills. The longest stretch with a chance of no traffic lights or stop signs is 16 miles with a 55mph speed limit. Typically hitting speeds up to 65mph.

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Re: Lose the "Building Trees" on the head's up display

Fri Jul 31, 2015 9:53 pm

I don't mind the trees display, either, but it isn't really all that useful because a lot of the things that affect the efficiency of the car's operation are inherent in the route being driven (hills, prevailing traffic speed, temperature, wind, etc), rather than any skill of the driver. If it's supposed to help train/encourage you to optimize your driving efficiency, it would be nice if its display could somehow be made relative to the car's current conditions. One possible way might be to access the massive database that gets built by all the LEAFs whose owners grant permission for Nissan to data-log, so that the little efficiency game could rate your current perfomance (miles/KWh, most likely) against the average of other drivers who've taken that same route.

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Re: Lose the "Building Trees" on the head's up display

Fri Feb 26, 2016 10:27 pm

And why does the ECO indicator drop to about half when I engage the cruise control? This makes no sense. Cruise control is supposed to be more efficient in maintaining an even speed than my right foot.

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Re: Lose the "Building Trees" on the head's up display

Sat Feb 27, 2016 12:38 am

Zukidrvr wrote:And why does the ECO indicator drop to about half when I engage the cruise control? This makes no sense. Cruise control is supposed to be more efficient in maintaining an even speed than my right foot.


Cruise control is more efficient than a lead-footed driver, but less efficient - by quite a bit - than a driver using hyper-miling techniques (or the less extreme techniques that I call "Super-Miling"). The big advantage of cruise control is it can relieve driver fatigue a bit, while eliminating inadvertent speeding, and it's also very helpful for people like me who have foot pain.
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Re: Lose the "Building Trees" on the head's up display

Sat Feb 27, 2016 7:13 am

Cruise control is very efficient only on roads without any elevation change.
Exactly the opposite with ups and downs.
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Re: Lose the "Building Trees" on the head's up display

Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:28 am

Zukidrvr wrote:And why does the ECO indicator drop to about half when I engage the cruise control? This makes no sense. Cruise control is supposed to be more efficient in maintaining an even speed than my right foot.


I found that if you enable cruise control, you are not using "ECO" mode anymore. I toggled between eco versus cruise and it shows the same numbers.

As for me, cruise control is perfect for me since its flat all the way for my traveling except that a hill over the freeway.
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