Discussion in 'Clarity' started by loomis2, Dec 26, 2017.

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  1. loomis2

    loomis2 Well-Known Member

    This is mainly my wife's car so I have only really driven it once, but I recall the car showing some sore of eco score when I turned the car off. It was sort of a mystery whether I had a good score or not. Could someone explain this to me?
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  3. jdonalds

    jdonalds Well-Known Member

    It's called the Drive Cycle Score and is described on pages 130 and 131 in the Owners Manual.
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  4. Tiralc

    Tiralc Active Member

    okay, this is just plain weird. No matter how I drive (albeit mostly grandfatherish), I always get all of the leaves or trees, or what ever those green things are. My lower gray bar is just beginning to creep forward. The Volt was almost annoying, because it took me a lot of effort to improve my single drive scores (it gave 4 or 5 bars on a graph ranging from ambient temp and terrain to driving style).

    Now, just reviewing the pages from jdonalds (thanks), it looks like you advance to higher levels? No wonder it is easy, I am still at level 1!

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  5. jdonalds

    jdonalds Well-Known Member

    Yea even after I read it I still don't find it makes much sense. I liked the Prius power off display that gave me my mpg value for the trip.

    That Honda Drive Cycle Score is more like an opinion rather than hard data.
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  6. loomis2

    loomis2 Well-Known Member

    My car only came with the Owner's Guide and the index in the back of the book doesn't have Drive Cycle Score listed at all. Weird.
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  8. jdonalds

    jdonalds Well-Known Member

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  9. Heino

    Heino Active Member

    Thanks... I noticed this the othe day as well, and wanted to know what all the plants on my screen were.

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