Yes, but he has a Gt. That’s a huge difference.3.6 is pretty good. With the warmer weather I've been getting 4.2-4.6 (AWD Wind) like @jjcgolf72 has above. That's a HUGE variation from the 2.8 I was getting over winter lol.
Stock 21” wheels and tires - Goodyear Eagles, F1 255/40Yep, I’m also trending towards 300, usually right around 140-150 at 50%. I’m very very pleased with my GT’s efficiency. My round trip efficiencies have been hovering at 3.7-3.8 since we are now in the 70s or at least we were.
What tires and wheels are you rolling on?
Just looked at mine and with a distance of 710 miles it says my average consumption is 3.10 mi/kWh.I wish the existing Kia tool set made it easier to get info out:
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Average of my last 30 days (with one 130+ mile each way excursion to wales) plenty of GT mode action where possible. (Stock (UK) 21" Pilot Sport 4s tyres)
That kind of negates why I got the GT to begin with.Good to hear.
I think all of the EV6’s can exceed the EPA estimate in warm weather. Just got to get the right foot to be a bit lighter….
Driven under exactly identical conditions, the GT line will get about 0.7 miles per KWH more with stock tires on both.—Me and another forum member have tested this quite well a GT line shadowing a GT. Something else is at work if your range difference is that bad.I owned a RWD Gt-Line before owning my GT, and when I received the GT, I got kinda scared, the mi/kwh was really low (I use kwh/100km myself).
In the GT-line, normal 70mph driving, I'd get 17-18kwh/100km (3.5 mi/kwh), and when I received the GT, that same exact drive was around 27 (2.3 mi/kwh). I was more worried about the "costs involved" and not really the range as I don't really need 200 miles+. In the UK electricity is now really expensive if you don't get a good deal (over half a dollar per kwh at home).
My GT now done over 1000 miles, and it's finally getting warmer, and I'm getting those numbers back to GT-line level ! I guess it was really just a temperature issue (from 5° celsius to 20).
Done a 120 miles trip last weekend, averaged just under 20kwh/100km, was really impressed.
I'm wondering if there is something to do with "brand new cars", that use more energy ? Or just temperature.