Similar experience with my 2017 Volt on our first trip towing a small aluminum trailer with 2 kayaks and 2 standup paddleboards. Round trip was 161.3 miles and average mpg was 47.6 mpg. Got home with 1 mile ev range left. So far, I really love this car.
And, isn't it also true that the computer "guess-0-meter" takes into consideration your driving patterns from previous trips and thus if you drive very conservatively your ev range may continue to increase somewhat? My EV range after a full charge has been steadily climbing and I would think some of this (in addition to warmer weather) has to do with how careful I drive.
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