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2021 Nissan Leaf Plus range test: Your mileage may vary, but mild weather is a big plus
The figure most commonly attached to any electric vehicle is range. But that single figure can be misleading. The EPA range number isn’t able to fully communicate how useful an electric vehicle might be to a commuter, or to a family’s needs.
Our testing of EVs over many years has provided more nuanced methods. The EPA’s figure, with its convoluted methodology and adjustment factors, is intended to simulate combined real-world use in ideal conditions. Simply converting the city and highway MPGe rating to the more commonly used miles-per-kwh efficiencies also usually isn't helpful, unless you want the pessimistic take on available range.
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