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Mileage and Build date for eCVT that have failed

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#121 OFFLINE   DaveofDurham


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  • Current Vehicle:2013 C-MAx SEL

Posted 01 March 2018 - 09:50 PM



Would love to hear about energy consumption on the Bolt!  I hope it has good reporting of Watt-Hours per Mile (or equivalent).



When we got our Bolt it had 278 miles (dealer trade from Norfolk VA to Durham NC) on it and lifetime 3.9 miles per kWh.


We are now at 3,000+ miles and lifetime 4.1 miles per kWh is.  The heater is a big energy drain.  On days where we use no heat or maybe just the seat heater we have been 4.5-5.5.  Other owners say AC does not use as much energy as the heat - we will see.

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#122 OFFLINE   SnowStorm


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  • Region:U.S. Southern Atlantic
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  • My C-MAX's Year:2013
  • Current Vehicle:C-Max SE

Posted 01 March 2018 - 11:04 PM

Thanks.  My noise is certainly quite different - and everything is working normally.


4 to 5+ miles per kWh sounds great and should improve with warmer weather.  That usage should correspond to about half the energy cost of a hybrid.

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