jray3 wrote:It is based on energy consumption during your most recent 15 miles of driving, and on a battery with at least 80% of original capacity, you should see more than 62 miles after a calm drive on level terrain.
Depending on how and where you drove those 15 miles, the number will be all over the place. If you drove them on the freeway at 75 mph, the number will be as low as 45 or 50. If you drove them stop and go around town at 25 or 30 on level ground, it might be as high as 85 or 90. If you drove them all downhill, coming down off the mountain, it might be even higher than that
Long story short, for a used car you're looking at on a lot, unless YOU drove those 15 miles and are aware of the circumstances, the number you see on the RR gauge (Range Remaining) means nothing, so don't give it any weight at all