This is my second report.... One NAH 7 weeks old, 1300 miles got 35.8 actual mpg on second fill up (trip computer had 38.3, but they are always higher than actual) More stop and go & suburban miles. Other NAH 6 weeks old, over 5000 miles, mostly highway driving getting between 33 and 35 mpg.
Fob for starting car, just keep in pocket or purse. 20 gallon tank means you can get close to 700 miles between fill ups. Fun to drive -- almost a "game" trying to keep in EV mode for as long as possible.
Too much interior noise, as a result bluetooth on one of my vehicles virtually worthless as people cannot underestand when I try to use it. The speaker is great and easy to understand people speaking to me, but they cannot understand me at all.
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