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Whatever that means.
nope.Did you ever sort your slow AC charging issues?
everything I read states 32A yes.It's strange... even on the earliest (2019?) stuff I can find on the web, they all claim 7.5kW.
Does your wallbox have a hardwired cable for plugging into the car, or do you connect with the cable supplied with the car?
🤷♂️Yeh, sounds like you've ruled out all other possibilities. I wonder when they upgraded it. They made quite an announcement about upgrading the 3-phase stuff from 7.5 to 11kW in early 2021.
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We bought new EQC in March and it had both max range and charge on the display.thanks for sharing.
it’s weird all right.
The average consumption reflects our personal driving style… I guess.
they nerd it out… again.
I never ever pay any attention to the range ( I have a Sept 2021 del model) per se but instead look at the kwh/100km ie consumption as that is variable dependent on weather traffic and terrain. So some days I am seeing a return of below 19kwh/100km (yes really) and others it will be 22 or 23 and this will tell me how far I can go at the time on the current SOC. So I now know a 50% SOC is all I need to cover me for 2 days normal running around ( my tariff gives half cheap charging all day Weds, weekends and 10.30pm to 6.30am) so I can charge during the day. A day of good consumption might indicate more range than I may actually have if I am then doing a long trip on the Peage. in effect the range is as many describe a GOM or guessometer a useful tool but not an accurate one. More helpful as you are on the road and getting low but far less indicative in my view at the start of a journey.We bought new EQC in March and it had both max range and charge on the display.
We charged the car up to 100% for the first charge and it showed max: 200 and charge 180. From then on we charged to 80% and max was 180 with charge being 160. Initially we were concerned, however, we noticed that using D auto with the paddles at the beginning of every journey and driving according the recommendations on the drivers screen (the green road with green symbols telling you when to coast) and driving in Eco mode we have over time improved the range, although we notice a dip when it is colder. We are in the middle of our first “long” journey where we have used a public charger (50kw - worked like a dream, charged 100% from 50% in just under an hour) and max seems to pretty much equal charge range all the time (noticed this in the last week or two). The car now shows 230 miles at 100% when the temperature was 16 degrees.
I tried Max Range rather than eco a few times since we bought the car and it is not a great ride as the car feels too much in control. However, I tried it on a 30 minute journey last week and the consumption at the end was 3.7 - wow. If that was repeatable that means a potential max range of about 285 miles. I tried it again the next day and unfortunately i was back at about 2.7 for that journey so maybe just a fluke - temperature, traffic etc.
I wonder if the 14 fig relates to the average consumption of the fleet? They certainly use that stat in the eco coach app so you can see how your consumption rates against the average achieved by others. So maybe 14 is the likely range for an average driver and 15 your personal style of driving?I don't have it either. I think it might depend on build date, or software version, or something. EQAs seems to have it, and possibly the latest EQCs. But I'm not sure it means what you think it means (i.e. range at 100%). Here's how the EQA manual describes it....
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Whatever that means.
I can’t work out how the 14 figure is derived, I don’t think it can be an average because I have often seen the 15 figure lower than the 14 and have been able to drive in a more economical way so that the figures are both the same but continuing to drive the same way never results in the 15 figure being higher than the 14. This would suggest that the 14 is some kind of maximum ( unless Mercedes has decided no-one is allowed to be a better driver than themselves!! ). One thing I haven’t noticed is if the 14 figure reduces by the same distance as the trip meter or if it also has some connection with driving style, maybe based on a longer period than the 15 figure.I wonder if the 14 fig relates to the average consumption of the fleet? They certainly use that stat in the eco coach app so you can see how your consumption rates against the average achieved by others. So maybe 14 is the likely range for an average driver and 15 your personal style of driving?