Fresh off the delivery driver's trailer, just as I was about to leave for the office by routine petrol power, the Nissan Leaf, fully charged, reckoned it was good for 62 miles before recharging. Twenty-one miles to the office later, the range was down to 53 miles. Stopping on the way to work out how to change to 'Econ' mode (slower acceleration, increased regenerative braking) must have helped. Such is the fun you can have eking out the volts in an all-electric car.
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