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Re: EV, PHEV specs/dimensions compared

Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2012 7:23 am
by Pipcecil
Is it possible to add EPA mpg for the PHEVs? It would be nice to compare their standard gas MPG since looking at just their EV range is only have the picture.

Re: EV, PHEV specs/dimensions compared

Posted: Thu Jan 12, 2012 8:56 pm
by evnow
Pipcecil wrote:Is it possible to add EPA mpg for the PHEVs? It would be nice to compare their standard gas MPG since looking at just their EV range is only have the picture.
Will add the mpg.

I put a bigger picture now ...

Re: EV, PHEV specs/dimensions compared

Posted: Sun Feb 12, 2012 9:59 am
by evnow
Added Model X & Mitsu PX-MiEV II

Re: EV, PHEV specs/dimensions compared

Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2012 9:53 pm
by scottf200
evnow wrote:Here is the table comparing dimensions and some other specs of all EVs/PHEVs in the US market (or that will be). I'll add more info as they are released.

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Last updated : 2/13/12
I drove the "Mitsubishi i" tonight at a EV club meeting. Decent pickup even with 4 men in the car. Basic displays but OK. Without the $7,500 I think it would be a very hard sell.

Sounds like they are using (middle?) 80% of the 16kWh. If you lose mileage at some point then you can bring it to the dealer and they can adjust above the 80%.

You can add/correct things (Price, # passengers, HP, etc.) from the "Mitsubishi i" from here: http://i.mitsubishicars.com/miev/features/compare" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
The Mitsubishi i is the most affordable electric vehicle in America. And with a federal tax incentive it's even more affordable.
ES TRIM
$29,125 MSRP
- $7500 federal tax credit
= $21,625 after tax credit
SE TRIM
$31,125 MSRP
- $7500 federal tax credit
= $23,625 after tax credit
Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price. Excludes destination/handling, tax, title, license etc. MSRP is as of 9/1/11 and is subject to change. Retailer price, terms and vehicle availability may vary. See your Mitsubishi retailer for details. Destination/handling charges for Mitsubishi i $850; Alaska/Hawaii $975. Tax savings subject to rules and availability. Taxpayer must incur federal tax liability to receive full benefit. Consult your tax professional. Actual prices set by retailer.
80% of the 16kWh
- Standard home 120V outlet: 22.5 hours 120V (8A)
- Optional home 240V EVSE charging dock: 7.0 hours 240V (15A) requires purchase and installation of Eaton EVSE 240V home charging station)
- Optional CHAdeMO Level 3 public quick-charging: 30 minutes to 80% charge

Re: EV, PHEV specs/dimensions compared

Posted: Fri Mar 16, 2012 10:24 pm
by evnow
My numbers include destination ...

Re: EV, PHEV specs/dimensions compared

Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2012 7:06 am
by scottf200
evnow wrote:My numbers include destination ...
OK. There are other things to correct for example 4 passengers vs 5.

Another row on that chart would be interesting showing the approximate usage of the batter.

Mit i would be 12.8 kWh (80%)
Volt would be 10.4 kWh (65%)
LEAF would be 21 kWh (87%)
etc.

Give everyone an idea of bookend SOC that could be expanded into or what the manuf considers to be a good usages

Re: EV, PHEV specs/dimensions compared

Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2012 10:40 am
by evnow
scottf200 wrote:There are other things to correct for example 4 passengers vs 5.

Another row on that chart would be interesting showing the approximate usage of the batter.

Mit i would be 12.8 kWh (80%)
Volt would be 10.4 kWh (65%)
LEAF would be 21 kWh (87%)
etc.

Give everyone an idea of bookend SOC that could be expanded into or what the manuf considers to be a good usages
I'll correct the 5 to 4. The problem with "useable" is that they are not published. I try to guess numbers that are not *yet* published, but will be by the time the car is for sale.

Re: EV, PHEV specs/dimensions compared

Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2012 2:11 pm
by GRA
evnow wrote:
scottf200 wrote:There are other things to correct for example 4 passengers vs 5.

Another row on that chart would be interesting showing the approximate usage of the batter.

Mit i would be 12.8 kWh (80%)
Volt would be 10.4 kWh (65%)
LEAF would be 21 kWh (87%)
etc.

Give everyone an idea of bookend SOC that could be expanded into or what the manuf considers to be a good usages
I'll correct the 5 to 4. The problem with "useable" is that they are not published. I try to guess numbers that are not *yet* published, but will be by the time the car is for sale.
C&D article in the March issue:

http://www.caranddriver.com/reviews/201 ... est-review" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Re: EV, PHEV specs/dimensions compared

Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2012 2:43 pm
by Herm
I believe the Coda has been lowered to $37k now, for the 31kWh battery version, the EPA range ratings have been released also.

Re: EV, PHEV specs/dimensions compared

Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2012 3:18 pm
by GRA
Herm wrote:I believe the Coda has been lowered to $37k now, for the 31kWh battery version, the EPA range ratings have been released also.
$37,250 + $895 Dest. Charge = $38,145. Only the 31 kWh battery is currently offered, and the EPA range is 88 miles.