Mileage - how many miles has your Enyaq covered?

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DazF05
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Post by DazF05 » Thu Mar 03, 2022 8:10 am

Oh yeah

Odd that the total distance is in miles

But the average is in KM

Makes perfect sense now
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andanother11
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Post by andanother11 » Fri Mar 04, 2022 1:41 pm

I've done less than 900 miles since we picked it up before Christmas :oops:
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DazF05
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Post by DazF05 » Fri Mar 04, 2022 9:09 pm

My long term data all reset to zero on my drive home tonight.

Which is a shame, it had just rolled over to 3.0kw average as well (only ever at 2.9kw previously)

Maybe I pressed a reset button accidentally (but I’m pretty sure I didn’t)
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Stripy
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Post by Stripy » Sun Mar 06, 2022 1:25 pm

Just returned from a trip to Denmark, now it’s reading 5400 miles since end of November

BioHzrd
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Post by BioHzrd » Sun Mar 06, 2022 3:42 pm

think we have done just over 1500 miles at a grand cost of........£35 :D now lets see them do that in a Petrol/Diesel/PHEV :lol:

think our long term mi/kWh is 2.5 mainly city driving and if im honest when im driving i dont particularly strive for efficient driving
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metalmadhammer
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Post by metalmadhammer » Mon Mar 07, 2022 11:01 am

Ive covered 5200 miles now since delivery mid August. Averaging about 2.6m/kwh but I haven't even been trying to get that down over the Winter - just enjoying the loverly warm car when I get in it :D .
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Post by Goaty » Mon Mar 07, 2022 11:45 am

BioHzrd wrote:
Sun Mar 06, 2022 3:42 pm
think we have done just over 1500 miles at a grand cost of........£35 :D now lets see them do that in a Petrol/Diesel/PHEV :lol:

think our long term mi/kWh is 2.5 mainly city driving and if im honest when im driving i dont particularly strive for efficient driving

Good to see you’re happier with the Enyaq now; I think you were a bit unsure at first?

I’m on around 3700 miles now since Nov 4th. Long term average of 2.8 m/kWh which isn’t too bad I think, given my son still insists on turning the heater up to Max whenever he’s in the car 😫.

Most of my journeys are short, but a couple of times a week I’m on the road for business and it’s then when I get the opportunity to drive as efficiently as possible (60 mph with ACC on, and heating used as little as possible). My short journeys with the family are probably where I’m taking the biggest hit at the moment; when I’m on my own, I’ve generally been able to get 3.3 to 4 m/kWh.
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Post by BioHzrd » Tue Mar 08, 2022 5:05 pm

Goaty wrote:
Mon Mar 07, 2022 11:45 am
BioHzrd wrote:
Sun Mar 06, 2022 3:42 pm
think we have done just over 1500 miles at a grand cost of........£35 :D now lets see them do that in a Petrol/Diesel/PHEV :lol:

think our long term mi/kWh is 2.5 mainly city driving and if im honest when im driving i dont particularly strive for efficient driving

Good to see you’re happier with the Enyaq now; I think you were a bit unsure at first?

I’m on around 3700 miles now since Nov 4th. Long term average of 2.8 m/kWh which isn’t too bad I think, given my son still insists on turning the heater up to Max whenever he’s in the car 😫.
I do love the car and have from the beginning I'm just utterly disappointed in the reversing camera and my local dealer & Skodas attitude towards the issue. I hope this update breaks cover soon and sorts this then I'll be happy.

I always have the heat set to 20 if I'm honest maybe 21 when uts -5 outside. I'm happy enough with the 2.5mi/kWh ut driving like a loon the other day vecause I forgot something on a day out round trip of around 12 miles I. The city up a couple hills and certia ly not a ticking to speed limits I managed to get 3.2 mi/kWh but driving like miss daisy only managed about 2.8 on same journey :?:

The one thing I really do miss is Keyless entry purely due to the fact you don't hsbe to switch the car on and off.
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Post by coom80 » Wed Apr 13, 2022 9:39 pm

Spotted on the way home today - just rolled over 10,000 miles!
So far, no regrets 😀

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Post by extremelyhandsome » Thu Apr 14, 2022 2:34 pm

13000 since October… hasn’t really put a foot wrong so far😀

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