EPA.gov does not list the Tonale yet. Wait for journalist reviews to test the actual range.
Yeah because it is not certified yet. That's why the web page says 30+ manufacturer estimated.
So they kind of promise you EPA number will be more than 30 miles when it is listed. I am just saying 30 miles is not European standards. It is EPA number. European number for this vehicle is 49 miles.
On my wrangler phev. I was getting pretty close to EPA number. If I drive all city it was exceeding EPA. (I live where there is almost no traffic though
I will test the Tonale once I receive and report the different condition ranges.
Btw EVs get less range on freeway vs. City. So if you just go on freeway and drive 80 mph. You will get less than promised. You will get significantly more range in city driving. My target in tonale is exceeding 40 miles in city on some specific route.