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Interestingly enough, I live in Phoenix and have the same scenario during the summer. I get 37-40 mpg from Oct - May, but when 100 degree weather hits and the heat turns on, the MPG drops to 30-32 MPG. I also notice that the battery gets used much faster and the car has a harder time changing to electric mode. Well, small price to pay for all the other fabulous months, but it now makes sense that the battery works best in neutral temperatures. So your spring/fall/summer are the equivalent of my fall/winter/spring.Report it
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