What's the real summer range of the M3 AWD?

Discussion in 'Model 3' started by bjrosen, Jul 24, 2019.

  1. bjrosen

    bjrosen New Member

    I'm about to get a Model 3, I'm currently driving a 2017 Volt. I was wondering what the summer range is for the M3 AWD, I do weekly road trips, 250-400 miles, in the summer so range is important to me. The Volt does much better than it's rated range, EPA 53, in the summer. I generally get 72 miles of range while commuting and even on highway trips I get over 60, it the winter it can drop into the 40s so the EPA number is a pretty good yearly average. What sorts of real ranges are M3 AWD owners seeing in the summer and the winter? BTW my driving style is to obey speed limits and to maximize regen braking because I only care about range, when I get the Model 3 I'll punch it a couple of times just to see what it can do and then I'll never do that again.
  2. Feathermerchant

    Feathermerchant New Member

    So for maximum range, try to coast instead of using regen.
    I seem to use about 240 Wh/mi which should give you 300 miles for the long range. But unless you are driving in a remote area, you'll have Superchargers galore. The car's nav system will route you thru Superchargers.

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