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I daily charge my car in garage using the default 110V charger and once the charge reaches 100% charged the electric range shows 30 miles.
But when i charge my car in office using level2 charge station ( charge point) the range shows 35 miles on 100% charge.

did anyone experience such differences in electric range based on level1 or level2?
 

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I daily charge my car in garage using the default 110V charger and once the charge reaches 100% charged the electric range shows 30 miles.
But when i charge my car in office using level2 charge station ( charge point) the range shows 35 miles on 100% charge.

did anyone experience such differences in electric range based on level1 or level2?
I wouldn’t pay much attention to that indicator as it’s an estimate and isn’t reliable.
 

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I daily charge my car in garage using the default 110V charger and once the charge reaches 100% charged the electric range shows 30 miles.
But when i charge my car in office using level2 charge station ( charge point) the range shows 35 miles on 100% charge.

did anyone experience such differences in electric range based on level1 or level2?
The high rate charger probably puts a
I daily charge my car in garage using the default 110V charger and once the charge reaches 100% charged the electric range shows 30 miles.
But when i charge my car in office using level2 charge station ( charge point) the range shows 35 miles on 100% charge.

did anyone experience such differences in electric range based on level1 or level2?
The high rate charger probably gets the battery voltage just a little higher than the lower rate charge and 5 miles is not much difference. It is kind of relative anyway.
 

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i think 30 should be good, my van shows 36 after charge but eventually i get 30-34 miles depends on weather. on cold days i didn't get more than 28 miles of electric.
also it depends on your driving behavior, if you are an aggressive driver, definitely the mileage will be lower.
try learning about coasting https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy-efficient_driving
there are some videos in youtube on this topic.
 

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i think 30 should be good, my van shows 36 after charge but eventually i get 30-34 miles depends on weather. on cold days i didn't get more than 28 miles of electric.
also it depends on your driving behavior, if you are an aggressive driver, definitely the mileage will be lower.
try learning about coasting https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Energy-efficient_driving
there are some videos in youtube on this topic.
We are seeing about 18 mile range right now around 38 degrees, what's cold in your eyes?
 

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i get about 30 miles around 38degrees. when it was 26F, i saw around 24 miles on electric.
Seems like a better situation than what we are seeing. I realize there are other variables which can come into play... Thanks for the feedback.
 
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