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Old 12-10-2016, 11:06 AM   #3 (permalink)
aerostealth
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Ford XLT Naked - '14 Ford F-150 XLT
90 day: 15.04 mpg (US)

Ford G-4 with Stinger - '14 Ford F-150 4X4 Super Crew XLT
90 day: 19.8 mpg (US)

Ford Stealth G-4 - '14 Ford F-150 4X4 Super Crew XLT
90 day: 18.69 mpg (US)

XLT Towing Keystone 5th wheel trailer - '14 Ford Keystone 5th Wheel XLT
90 day: 11.72 mpg (US)

Trip 2015 C Max Energi - '15 Ford C Max Energi SWP
90 day: 38.2 mpg (US)

Local 120 volt 2015 C-Max Energi - '15 Ford C-Max Energy SEL
90 day: 55.65 mpg (US)

Local 240 volt 2015 C-Max Energi - '15 Ford C Max Energi SLE
90 day: 57.63 mpg (US)

Energi Combined - '15 C Max Energi Leather
90 day: 51.2 mpg (US)

Moon Dust 90% CE - '19 Chevy Bolt Lt
90 day: 126.81 mpg (US)

Moon Dust without CE - '19 Chevy Bolt Lt
90 day: 138.69 mpg (US)
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From Ford again most recent published figures on the C Max Energi is 95 MPGe City and 81 MPGe Hwy. This translates into 345 watt hours per mile and 404 watt hours per mile respectively. Just from owning the car for 10 days and doing local driving meaning up to 20 mile trips to the city, 10 miles in the city, then 20 miles home or 10 mile round trips to the post office I can see using the electric drive in the city is the best return on efficiency. At one point I hit 70 mpg charging and using this cycle.

Long story short, after 7 days of driving we have only used 3.5 gallons of fuel. The EV only mode capability of the C Max Energi is a winning combination. I think I have a real winner here even if the colder winter temperatures are reducing fuel economy. I am going to top off the batteries on the 15th in preparation for a quick trip to Oklahoma, Texas, thence home. The car technically is not even broke in yet. It will be by the time I return from my trip.
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