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- Jun 22, 2020
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- Prior--Leaf,Bolt EV. Mustang Mach-E Premium AWD ER
Are you possibly saying the most you got on the GOM was 171 as opposed to the farthest you have driven on a charge was 171? The GOM estimate can be very different than what you actually get especially while the car is still learning. I took delivery of my car here in Wisconsin in February. The first two weeks I had it, the high was 14F. The lows were in the -teens. Even in those temps with cabin heat, seat heat, and steering wheel heat on, I actually drove 200+ miles on a charge. The GOM estimated about 160. Yesterday, I did a charge and the GOM now says 250. However, I am averaging 3.7 miles/kWh. That calculates out to well over 300 miles if I were to drive to empty. I am guessing the guessometer will probably estimate 275 or so after my next charge and continue to adjust over time. It learns but it learns pretty conservatively. As others have noted, multiply your miles/kWh times the size of your battery to get a better estimate. btw, mine is an AWD ER. My prior car was a Bolt EV. My car before that was a Nissan Leaf. I enjoyed the Leaf. I loved the Bolt. The Mach-E blows away the Bolt on every dimension except for miles/kWh.I'm in the Puget Sound Region of Washington State. It has been in the 50's here and the most I have gotten out of my AWD SR MME is 171 miles at 99%. I only have 455 miles on it so far and so I am hoping to see better numbers soon.