I hit 10000 miles, 106.9 miles per charge (1st time over 100!), best distance + GOM (184mi) and best mi/kWh (13.8) all in one day!
Traveled from C Springs to Cripple Creek last night. Roughly 56 miles and 4000+ feet of elevation gain. Got there with 29% SOC on the dash after only moderate hypermiling. Other than the major hills I went the speed limit, and by the end I was speeding along uphill at 15mph over with the rest of traffic when it was clear I would make it. Ended at 3.7 mi/kWh.
The real fun was all that downhill on the way home the next morning. After driving around town a bit and then a quick 800ft elevation gain over 3 miles leaving town, I crested the hill at 89% SOC.
From there it was roughly 42 miles and -4000ft elevation to my low point, and I got there at 85% SOC.
This image is from the low point before hitting the interstate and heading back uphill. The weird part is the mi/kWh climbed to 13.8 a few miles after this. The GOM had peaking at 139 a mile earlier:
By complete chance, I pulled into my garage at exactly 10000 miles!
Then it was off to the zoo for the afternoon. It is 900ft down and then right back up 900ft over the course of 19 miles each way.
Ended the day at 106.9mi and 6.9 mi/kWh.
After this picture I turned the car back on later to check my GIDS and it showed 21.7% SOC and 61 GIDS remaining.
The best part is the whole day did not involve any real hypermiling. For the most part I went at or above the speed limit the same as I would in my ICE and just followed traffic. The majority of these miles were covered at highway speeds of between 55-65, top speed of 71!
Love mountain driving in the Leaf!