total distance decrease

John Woz

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I live in central Illinois and have noticed a significant decease in total charge since the weather turned cold is this normal? it only charges to 200 miles now at full charge, i have 2300 miles on it now and don't know if i should complain at the dealer or let it go till spring.when i got the car it would charge to 295 miles and that's a significant drop!
 
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I live in central Illinois and have noticed a significant decease in total charge since the weather turned cold is this normal? it only charges to 200 miles now at full charge, i have 2300 miles on it now and don't know if i should complain at the dealer or let it go till spring.when i got the car it would charge to 295 miles and that's a significant drop!
Temperature is the biggest killer of range. 200 is about what I get on my Bolt now and it goes back to the 295-315 in the warmer weather.

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Temperature is the biggest killer of range. 200 is about what I get on my Bolt now and it goes back to the 295-315 in the warmer weather.

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Almost forgot, I'm in the Chicago area.

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Temperature is the biggest killer of range. 200 is about what I get on my Bolt now and it goes back to the 295-315 in the warmer weather.

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200 is still pretty good.
 
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My cousin, who owns a Bolt, warned me that cold weather reduces your range. So far we are in the 30s and I can see a difference. Whether that will hinge upon my drives to Morgantown West Virginia I will have to find out. The biggest and best news is that the region on the downhill side in the mountains is really great. Warm weather has been fine. Now for the test during the winter.


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