What you and others posted certainly turned out to be true. I used barely 5 bars on the way to O'side and then 6 on the way home. I pulled into the driveway with one bar left, 9 miles listed on the guessometer, and no low battery warnings. I never really worried because it never looked like I wouldn't make it....it would just be close. I drove 60 both ways in Eco, but no Climate Control on the way home (it was night anyway.)91040 wrote:RevBrent- A very strong second to what jimmydreams just posted. Being about a 1000' higher than LA proper, energy usage on the way home is much higher on the way back.
I'm very pleased with my results and my "real world" sense of the range of the car. My final thoughts were that it would be great somehow if the map in the car could somehow take elevation change into account when giving you the estimated range. Or is there a possibility it does that already?