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On Friday I tanked my 300 sport to full and it was the first time that I actually checked...and LOL. 399 km range.
So these few days I had more outside journeys than usual. So I checked the jaguar remote. I did approximately 125 km according to the app. Now I Have 299 km range and 95% full tank...LOL again :unsure:
 

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The Jaguar range figures can be strange. They don’t increase like other cars if you are driving economically but use previous journeys to work out the range. I left to drive to Scotland a few weeks ago and the initial range was 350 miles. After covering 450 Miles I still had a range of 65 miles. when I filled up the new range was 420 miles. The highest I have seen after a number of long journeys was 450 miles yet on those journeys the true range was just short of 500 miles.
 
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I filled up a week back and it showed 624 to empty. I have now done 223 miles and still have 353 to go. This is a calculation the car makes when doing long and short journeys. On Thursday I am doing the EVO triangle so I expect that because of that total journey home to home it won't alter much, so we will see. I find it amusing that it is usually 450 miles and then after a long run of sasy 150-200 it still has 390 to empty. (the figures quoted are not actual but very close from memory)
 

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Due to sudden illness of my wife the Evo triangle journey was cancelled. Since then the mileage has dropped in amount left, by the journeys I have done. All of which were short. If I were to go out and do a 100 mile trip now I would expect only 30 or so miles less will record, because of getting more mpg on the journey. If that makes sense.
 

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How did we ever manage when all there was, was a fuel gauge. Actually, my friend's 1954 MG TF (bought in the 60s for his everyday car), had no fuel gauge, just a reserve tap. He kept a sawn-off broom handle in the car to dip the tank !
 
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