Ingineer wrote: TonyWilliams wrote:
DaveinOlyWA wrote: i was averaging .23 to .28 miles per GID....
i tried to monitor GID in town but the range on that was between .22 and .35 which was too much.
So, 281 Gids / 80 miles equals 3.5 Gids per mile.
Or 280 watt-hours per mile. (1 Gid = 80 watt-hours.)
Phil, I get that you are providing the data that Nissan has provided, and Im confident that it is very useful for many things. For making calculations based on the available instruments to the causal LEAF operator (without LEAFSCAN, Consult XXXX, etc), it doesn't add up.
So, while I'm not disputing your source, 80 watt-hours has little meaning to that casual driver. I find it closer to 73-75 watts-hours of USEFUL, observed by the instruments in the vehicle, energy per Gid.