Wie sparsam der Soul EV wirklich ist (Fleet fuel economy)

Re: Wie sparsam der Soul EV wirklich ist (Fleet fuel economy

Beitragvon JejuSoul » Sa 21. Mai 2016, 07:23

There is new data for Q1 2016 Fuel Economy on the AVT site. Source:
https://avt.inl.gov/fuel-type/electric

Here is the current cumulative Fuel Economy ranking.
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BMW i3      279.4 Wh/mile
2015 Spark  288.4 Wh/mile
2013 Leaf   290.6 Wh/mile
Soul EV     298.3 Wh/mile
2011 Leaf   319.4 Wh/mile
i-Miev      325.6 Wh/mile
Smart       328.9 Wh/mile
Ford FFE    355.7 Wh/mile
B Class     377.2 Wh/mile

And here is the ranking just for the 'winter' season (Jan, Feb, Mar)
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2015 Spark    208.2 Wh/mile
2013 Leaf     245.5 Wh/mile
Soul EV       249.8 Wh/mile
Smart         276.2 Wh/mile
BMW i3        313.7 Wh/mile
i-Miev        316.6 Wh/mile
Ford FFE      340.9 Wh/mile
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Re: Wie sparsam der Soul EV wirklich ist (Fleet fuel economy

Beitragvon ^tom^ » Sa 21. Mai 2016, 11:23

Thanks for updating the numbers.
The Soul doesn't look so bad at all.
I still got over the 200 Kilometer marker this days (springtime) with using 98% SOC.
Also my health battery status is getting better and better.
(sorry I can not remember where I listed the values)
#45 with 5.5% and #10 with 4.0% with almost 12000km behind me.
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Re: Wie sparsam der Soul EV wirklich ist (Fleet fuel economy

Beitragvon JejuSoul » So 22. Mai 2016, 15:36

^tom^ hat geschrieben:
Also my health battery status is getting better and better.
Good. It has for all cars recently. There seems to be a 'spring effect' in the BMS algorithm.

Back to Fuel Economy - The AVT site now also shows operating costs for each vehicle. There you can find the monthly fuel economy. This graph is for Soul EV 1908.
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Re: Wie sparsam der Soul EV wirklich ist (Fleet fuel economy

Beitragvon JejuSoul » Di 6. Sep 2016, 04:32

There is new data for Q2 2016 Fuel Economy on the AVT site. - see https://avt.inl.gov/fuel-type/electric

Here is the current cumulative Fuel Economy ranking.
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Spark      282 Wh/mile
Soul EV      288 Wh/mile
BMW i3      292 Wh/mile
2013 Leaf     296 Wh/mile
i-Miev      320 Wh/mile
Smart      330 Wh/mile
Ford FFE    355 Wh/mile
B Class      392 Wh/mile

And here is the ranking just for the 'spring' season (Apr, May, Jun)
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Soul EV      221 Wh/mile
i-Miev      235 Wh/mile
Spark      244 Wh/mile
Ford FFE    329 Wh/mile
Smart      343 Wh/mile
2013 Leaf      364 Wh/mile
BMW i3      396 Wh/mile
B Class      428 Wh/mile


The BMW i3 seems to have had a bad month in June this year. If I remember correctly there was a heatwave at the end of June. It may just be bad luck that the BMW was the car driving that week.

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Re: Wie sparsam der Soul EV wirklich ist (Fleet fuel economy

Beitragvon ekhaat » Di 6. Sep 2016, 22:18

JejuSoul hat geschrieben:
There is new data for Q2 2016 Fuel Economy on the AVT site. - see https://avt.inl.gov/fuel-type/electric

Here is the current cumulative Fuel Economy ranking.
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Spark      282 Wh/mile
Soul EV      288 Wh/mile
BMW i3      292 Wh/mile
2013 Leaf     296 Wh/mile
i-Miev      320 Wh/mile
Smart      330 Wh/mile
Ford FFE    355 Wh/mile
B Class      392 Wh/mile

And here is the ranking just for the 'spring' season (Apr, May, Jun)
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Soul EV      221 Wh/mile
i-Miev      235 Wh/mile
Spark      244 Wh/mile
Ford FFE    329 Wh/mile
Smart      343 Wh/mile
2013 Leaf      364 Wh/mile
BMW i3      396 Wh/mile
B Class      428 Wh/mile


The BMW i3 seems to have had a bad month in June this year. If I remember correctly there was a heatwave at the end of June. It may just be bad luck that the BMW was the car driving that week.

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WOW, not bad at all. I'm really glad I bought the Kia Smurf EV
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Re: Wie sparsam der Soul EV wirklich ist (Fleet fuel economy

Beitragvon JejuSoul » Fr 9. Dez 2016, 18:25

There is new data for Q3 2016 Fuel Economy on the AVT site. - see https://avt.inl.gov/fuel-type/electric

Here is the current cumulative Fuel Economy ranking. (Wh/mile)
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2015 Soul EV   287.2 Wh/mile
2015 Spark   288.7 Wh/mile
2014 BMW i3   300.0 Wh/mile
2013 Leaf   303.2 Wh/mile
2012 i-Miev   317.4 Wh/mile
2014 Smart   331.8 Wh/mile
2013 Ford FFE   360.3 Wh/mile
2015 B Class   394.6 Wh/mile

And here is the ranking just for the 'summer' season (Jul, Aug, Sep)
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2012 i-Miev   266 Wh/mile
2015 Soul EV   279 Wh/mile
2014 BMW i3   333 Wh/mile
2015 Spark   351 Wh/mile
2014 Smart   387 Wh/mile
2013 Ford FFE   394 Wh/mile
2015 B Class   406 Wh/mile
2013 Leaf   422 Wh/mile


The result for the 2012 i-Miev is odd. They only have 2 cars, both drove very little. One had an average about 400 Wh/mile which is what I'd expect from this car, the other had an average about 200 Wh/mile.
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Re: Wie sparsam der Soul EV wirklich ist (Fleet fuel economy

Beitragvon JejuSoul » Mi 19. Jul 2017, 04:44

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Bad news. The AVT data is no more. INL's AVTA EV testing terminated

INL spokesperson:

Thanks again for your interest in INL's work producing the AVTA reports. As you probably know, INL is part of the Department of Energy's national laboratory system and receives much of its research funding and direction from DOE.

To answer your question about the light-duty vehicle testing, federal funding for the project has ended because the EV industry is maturing, which lessens the need for taxpayer-funded testing and data collection.


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Re: Wie sparsam der Soul EV wirklich ist (Fleet fuel economy

Beitragvon ^tom^ » Mi 19. Jul 2017, 12:14

Thx for the infos JejuSoul
no comments from me about Donald Trump.
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