14,302 kilmeters (8,887miles)
I know, it's very addictive driving this car. My friends always want to drive it, go to lunch with me, my wife wants to go to the market to get some milk. We have to hide the key. Even the skeptical want a ride.I can always park it for a couple months, it's an extra car. Plus my son (who does half the driving on it) will be moving out in a year or two.
Wow! good for you. I may buy the next model after my lease ends.I'm at close to 4K, but I own mine and plan on keeping it through a couple packs.
hot diggity, Marc Hanna that's exceptional. I realize that I could probably get as little as $0.025 / mile but $0.016 / mile would mean that my kWh cost would be closer to $0.05. I don't know of anywhere in California where it's that cheap.I'm averaging $.01/km which equates to $.016/mile. Our lower rate TOU is $.09/kWh all in.
hmm. Maybe I have not yet settled into the proper driving. I'm no hypermiler, but I have gotten as high as 4.2 mi / kWh (6.8 km / kWh). I'm sure I could get up to 5, but I think that would require that I never encounter a hill. Like EdSmarty88, I have to contend with as much as 400 ft of climb multiple times every day.I'm running 5.5 to 5.6 miles per kWh this time year, but in the summer I was getting a lot better.