Hi Every one:Edy wrote:Hi Everybody:
sorry if this not the correct place for put this trad.
well, here in Ensenada, the speed limit is 25 MPH City And 38 MPH highway, The Weather is around 70F almost all the year (45F the lowest in winter and 95F the highest in summer) and the best most of the terrain are flat, so here it´s very easy drive the leaf over 100 miles every time i recharge it.
my 2012 Leaf is not new i brought it at Salvage Car auction, so the battery pack is around 90% of it´s capacity but 113 miles is my maximum range until today. as i learn more about how drive it i got more miles every time.
thanks to all
yesterday i did something great, drive my Leaf At The Ensenada Bay tourist corridor, is a scenic flat road, at sea level. with the beautiful Pacific ocean with you all the way. my first goal was to hit the turtle for the first time since i has the Car and know how far i can go with one charge, but after more than 6 hours driving at the 40 miles loop. (i did 3 complete loops) and at midday rush hour (Tourism Sunday), and wait for many red stop lights, i decide to go back home Tired and hungry, with very low battery charge warning. at the finish of the experiment, the dashboard cluster give this data:
Weather: between 68 to 72 F
Average Energy Saving: 7.3 Miles/Kwh
Average Speed: 19.3 MPH
Distance: 125.7 miles (202.3 Km)
Elapsed Time: 6:29 hours
Final note: I never met a turtle
i had some pictures if is necessary