Sorry, wasn't doubting your integrity at all. I'm just really very surprised at the figures. I can't get anywhere remotely close even at 15C and driving miss daisy. Many others here with similar issues but it's hard to say whether those of us with problems and short mileage are the minority or a majority?That 42 miles is genuine. What possible reason would I have to fiddle it?
I managed 38 miles this morning on electric power only before the car switched to hybrid mode and the ICE fired up. it was a round trip, door to door. Temp was between 2-5°C. I didn’t use the heater or A/C (Costa coffee kept me warm enough). Stayed in D, only using B to slow when coasting to a stop wasn’t possible. Max speed was 40mph with some stopping and starting on mostly flat terrain.
I really do sympathise with those that are having problems but I find the car to be brilliant. The local dealer has been brilliant. It’s not been plain sailing and it’s had the 13 updates and then 2 further updates a couple of weeks ago. But, touch wood, its now all sorted.
Are you recording the mileage using the trip odometer and what does the car's histogram look like (electric button on the dash)? It should show just over 3 miles per kWhr or c. 0.35kWhr per mile. Can't recall which way around it all is.
I've not had the two further updates beyond the 13, so I wonder if this could be the reason? Seems that most of Peugeot's problems are in software (apart from my leaky pan roof... finally fixed after several attempts).
Genuinely interested to understand what's happening for those of us who get nowhere near 42miles per charge (several here saying low to mid 20s at 5C to 15C). I don't get anywhere close now. Started well after the updates. Now it is the same old story.
If I can find a once and for all fix or trick to get mid 20 something miles I'll keep the car. If not I've got an offer to give it back to ARVAL (my business's company car people) and order another car (not from Peugeot).
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