I have about 16,000 miles on my 2017. When we speak of mileage, I'm assuming we are referring to the estimated range shown when you fill up. Mine is usually around 355. Speed is the main factor affecting fuel consumption, as with any vehicle. I generally keep it at 70 or below. I drove battery cars for several years before this car, so I've probably got some habits from trying to squeeze range out of a 75-mile battery that have stayed with me.
You can also consider your miles per kg, simply by dividing miles since your last fill up by the number of kg it took to refill your tank. I believe the EPA estimate of 366 miles is based on a consumption rate of 66.5 miles/kg. Sounds to me like you are in that ballpark.
Hi, I'm just checking in with others. I have a new Clarity FCV with about 500 miles on it. I have found about 250 miles per tank and want to hear about others mileage. I'm told I should get 300 miles per tank to start improving after 5,000 miles. Let me know your experience.[/QUOTE]
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