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#1 OFFLINE   davonavo

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Posted 05 September 2015 - 08:38 PM

Finished a 805.7 mile trip today up and over the Sierra Nevada mountain range, 7 days in all. Plug in charging not available. 47 mpg overall, 332 EV miles. Long slow crawl up over Tioga Pass, good regenerative braking on the way down to Yosemite. Best EV only performance approx 76 MPGe. Don't clearly understand how MPGe is calculated, believe this means ICE doesn't run. Previous vehicle was a 2011 Fusion Hybrid. The Energi appears to do a little better in Hybrid mode. Really appreciate all the driver assist gadgets.  


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#2 OFFLINE   troylikesbikes

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Posted 07 September 2015 - 04:30 AM

Finished a 805.7 mile trip today up and over the Sierra Nevada mountain range, 7 days in all. Plug in charging not available. 47 mpg overall, 332 EV miles. Long slow crawl up over Tioga Pass, good regenerative braking on the way down to Yosemite. Best EV only performance approx 76 MPGe. Don't clearly understand how MPGe is calculated, believe this means ICE doesn't run. Previous vehicle was a 2011 Fusion Hybrid. The Energi appears to do a little better in Hybrid mode. Really appreciate all the driver assist gadgets.  

 

Pretty good. My best over a long trip so far has only been 41 mpg. I've just completed a 55 mpg tank, but that was under optimal conditions I think, across the lower half of the BlueRidge Parkway. I consider low 40's to be a solid decent trip average, but I would consider 47 to be an excellent tank average, let alone trip average.


Edited by troylikesbikes, 07 September 2015 - 04:31 AM.


#3 OFFLINE   Hybridbear

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Posted 08 September 2015 - 09:10 AM

Finished a 805.7 mile trip today up and over the Sierra Nevada mountain range, 7 days in all. Plug in charging not available. 47 mpg overall, 332 EV miles. Long slow crawl up over Tioga Pass, good regenerative braking on the way down to Yosemite. Best EV only performance approx 76 MPGe. Don't clearly understand how MPGe is calculated, believe this means ICE doesn't run. Previous vehicle was a 2011 Fusion Hybrid. The Energi appears to do a little better in Hybrid mode. Really appreciate all the driver assist gadgets.  

How are you calculating MPGe? Only the 2013 Energi could display MPGe on the dash of the car. We also love the Driver Assist features.


Current vehicles

2013 Ford Fusion Energi Titanium - White Platinum Metallic (The Snow Queen on MFM)

2013 Ford Focus Electric - Ice Storm (Elektra on MFM)

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Previous vehicles

2013 Ford Fusion Hybrid SE x2

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#4 OFFLINE   jj2me

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Posted 29 November 2017 - 04:08 PM

Just took an all-EV-Later (hybrid mode) 419-mile trip to see if the displayed mpg exaggerates. It doesn't. It's just about spot-on correct on this long trip.

Displayed mpg: 44 mpg.
Calculated mpg: 44.04 mpg

It was all EV-Later from gas station fill-up to gas station fill-up (except for a 0.1 kWh/0.1 mile mental lapse when I forgot to immediately change to EV-Later after startup), me doing the fill-ups (I had to get out of my home state of NJ with its full service law before I could do this test), letting each fill-up click off automatically and not topping up manually. Different brands of gas stations, thus maybe different types of pumps, if that matters.

EDIT: Forgot to add that I wasn't hypermiling or anything like that. Typically had the adaptive cruise control set about 8-10 mph over the speed limit, along with some slow-moving stop-and-go traffic around Washington DC

Edited by jj2me, 02 December 2017 - 07:01 PM.


#5 OFFLINE   starvoyager

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Posted 02 December 2017 - 06:20 PM

I'm a new Energy owner in Reno, Nv.  Couldn't buy one within a 100 miles so I had to go to California to get mine. I drove it home about 180 miles, over the mountains, and just love the car. I have over 2000 miles and have a 1/4 tank left and have not added any gas yet but I will fill it before winter sets in with added fuel stabilizer. My best miles per charge has been 32 and my average miles per gallon is 368. 



#6 OFFLINE   murphy

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Posted 03 December 2017 - 04:30 AM

Sustained cold weather will put a large dent in your battery mileage especially if you use the heater.










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