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Having the same problem in CA.Avg aabout 27.2 mpg.They are checking mine for the lack of charge in my lithium battery.Mine stays @ less than 50% charge always,and i can't get above 20mph in EV no matter how slow I go.There are times when i start it that the battery is so low the engine fires without going into EV.MyA/C also makes more noise than my HVAC home system.Hopefully they can fix it,because it's a beautiful car and drives great,and feel like I have more than 200 horses.Good luckReport it
Drive it like you are driving normally except that grab any opportunity to coast down as long as you can. Use your e-motor to prolong the coasting. Minimize the use of your brake pads. If you can slow down without using the brakes the better. Manximize regen braking by only slightly touching the brakes when slowing down. If you drive on local street blocks, use the first half for acceleration and the second half of the block for electric motor gliding.Report it
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