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Hello, I am considering to buy Range Rover PHEV.It will be my first hybrid car.I am curious about the fuel consumption,If i won't charge the car for 2-3 week what will be the average fuel consumption value ? In technical data it says 2.9l / 100 km fuel consumption.Is this value will be true in real life driving ? I need information abot this PHEV thing of the Range Rover.Thanks
 

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Hi. I do about 30km a day and charhe overnight. Great if you have access to a plug at work. I dont. Great car but forget the 2.1l/100. Mine is making about 4.6 which is still great. Now that is in Malta witha. Lot of stopping, traffic amd short distance
 

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I have a P400e for 2 months now, drove about 1000Km, almost all of them in the city. The electric range is 32Km, not 50, but it’s true we are using the air conditioning all the time. The fuel consumption is 5l/100km. If I charge it at home, with the supplied adapter, it takes around 6-7 hours. At work, where we have a 7kW charger, it takes about 2.5 hours. I bought an extra 16A cable (about 160EUR) for this. If the battery is empty, for example after the first 32 km, the consumption climbs to 8.5l/100km.
 

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My fuel consumption for long journey is arround 12 lt/100km with a smooth driving on the highway, with an average of 130 km/h(my car is RR-405/2019 LWB p400e).(my old car was RR-l405-diesel 8 cyl and my consume was around 10 l/100km for 130 km/h highway driving. If you rise 150km/h it will be around 14 lt/100km for p400e. On highway there is no any positive effect from electric motor. If you try to pass 3 cars consecutive your battery level down to 0%. But in a few minute (5-10 minutes) recovers to 2-3%. If you want to drive sporty continuous, you remain without electric power and have only petrol engine's power.
 
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