Eco Score?

Discussion in 'Clarity' started by Shawn Ligocki, Jun 24, 2019.

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  1. Anyone know how the "Eco Score" works or what it means? I interpret this as a very bad Eco Score, saying that I drive very inefficiently. However this is what I see every time I turn the car off. This time it was for a 1 mile show drive home from a charger. Am I really bad at driving? Or is this Eco Score totally bogus?

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  3. KentuckyKen

    KentuckyKen Well-Known Member

    Meaningless fru-fru. The software engineers should have put their effort into giving us more menu choices or more information.
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  4. Mowcowbell

    Mowcowbell Well-Known Member

    I agree. A KWh per mile readout, ICE hour meter, and TPMS system that shows PSI on each wheel would have been FAR more useful.
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  5. craze1cars

    craze1cars Well-Known Member

    I think the car is telling you that you should have biked or walked that mile instead.
  6. Sandroad

    Sandroad Well-Known Member

    The bar will gradually move from left to right as you use the car over the next few months. It’s hard to imagine anything less useful. :confused:
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  8. petteyg359

    petteyg359 Well-Known Member

    What he said. The bar fills in left to right. The number of leaves on the icons changes as the bar fills in by thirds. It's the total number of plants that is your "score", not how many leaves are on them. Five is the best you can get. Eventually the bar will be full, yet it will remain utterly meaningless.
  9. 4sallypat

    4sallypat Active Member

    What @petteyg359 and @Sandroad said.

    After 6 months now, I am at fully leaved plants - does that mean I have a green thumb ??
  10. insightman

    insightman Well-Known Member

    No, it means you have a green right ankle.
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  11. Clarity_Newbie

    Clarity_Newbie Active Member

    I reached ECO nirvana at 3876 miles...still waiting for whats next. Was a nice fireworks display on the dash for a few seconds though after reaching the milestone.
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  13. Wait, what?, fireworks? - I should have been told about this before I bought CPO.
  14. Oh, I see, it's a cumulative measure. Showing how much of a good choice I made by buying this car and helping the Earth over time. It's not telling me how well I drove today so that I can try and be more efficient tomorrow?
  15. bill_m

    bill_m Member

    Actually the Eco Drive Display is supposed help you become a more fuel efficient driver. It is a kind of shameless video game to get you to do less aggressive accelerations and decelerations. It is one of the choices in the Driver Information Interface.
  16. Sandroad

    Sandroad Well-Known Member

    They needed to use of these ;) for eco driving, one of these :( for non-eco driving, one of these :eek: for flat out acceleration, and one of these :confused: for "What the heck is my Clarity doing now?"
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  17. Paddy

    Paddy Member

    Those data are already there. Just need to incorporate them to the system.

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  18. Clarity_Newbie

    Clarity_Newbie Active Member


    Yeah...sounds like you got taken for a

    Perhaps if the Clarity can be returned to its infancy should be able to see the graphics once you gather 4 green ECO plants(?)
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  19. RataTejas

    RataTejas New Member

    At least the leaves on my C-Max came and went according to some overall theory. That and you got regen/braking/acceleration scores
  20. Mark W

    Mark W Active Member

    What do you mean by this? How do you know that the car stores this info?
  21. Robin

    Robin Member

    I always find the “regen recapture percentage” on Ford’s I’ve rented to be an amusing challenge.

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