I already acknowledged that it creates a baseline for comparison under the one condition. But its quite obvious due to the HUGE discrepancy in actual user data (which can be and usually is biased) that the test conditions do not treat each vehicle equally. What we are doing is eliminating the advantages each manufacturer designed into the car to create this range result.frontrangeleaf wrote: ↑Sat Apr 04, 2020 8:33 amThe purpose of a test like this is to create a comparable metric across cars under repeatable conditions, not to find what any given owner’s experience would be.
It’s a fair test that achieves its intent.
Playing Captain Obvious here, but I don’t understand your objection.
This should be obvious.