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londiniumperson
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Post by londiniumperson » Fri Sep 23, 2022 1:19 pm

EEEE wrote:
Fri Sep 23, 2022 6:59 am
I charged up last night at home from 26% to full (so a 74% charge) and it was 23.2kwh input , so that makes max 31kwh for a full charge from 0% (probably a tiny bit lest because that 23.2kwh includes battery heating which isn't needed in 1 continuous full charge. So as was quoted elsewhere 28.5kwh + a unit or 2 for heating/loss during charge is about the max you can put in when you hit 0%.
There’s about 10% loss when charging, try redoing your calculations taking that into account.
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ilBaku
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Post by ilBaku » Sun Sep 25, 2022 1:59 pm

I record consumption every month. In the winter months I was 18-19kWh, in the spring 16-17, in the summer 14-15. Mostly on urban and extraurban roads. Of my 12,000 km, those made on the motorway must have been about 2000

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Post by 5thcivic » Sat Oct 15, 2022 7:35 pm

your 21 kwh/100km is 0.21 kwh/km, or 4.76 km/kwh and 3 miles/kwh so close to my calculatons above.

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