...and for the range that seems typical too, I suspect a bug there as I see similar on mine. Given my long term average is over 50mpg it should show well over 500 miles on a full tank full.
If that is fine, then they should update the description, from 65km range, I am quoting the value from the certificate of conformity, to 35km estimation. If not, then that is deceiving information.Correction and apologies are required: Did a better observed battery depletion test today (thank goodness for radar cruise control!) When EV discontinued I had around 25 % battery but zero predicted miles. My dealer says this is expected behaviour. Apparently it is to ensure that at all times and in all driving modes the full number of horses are available. So when you go for that risky overtake you always have what you expect under your foot.
He had been to Japan for training, so I guess he's got it right.
I have 71000km+ I saw tha battery at 0kmand 9%, or 6% or 4% and then switching to gas engine. This is not to save energy. You should have energy reserve, there is 17.8kw and they say that usable is only 16.2
They had training they know it b.s. How is that every other manufacturer states, i,e, 75km and you can do 60km ? How is that the difference is only 20% and in our case the difference is over 40% for most of us and in my case is 62%.
For the last week I get an estimation of 30-32km and can do only 23-26km. On a 17,8kw battery? Then list the car at 32km and then I know not to buy it.
Why when I have 20% battery on Normal mode I see the battery is charging from the gas engine? Why is the gas engine charging the battery without having the re-charge button on? Why does it re-charge when I have 20% ?
If they got trained I don't think they are telling the truth. They know that this is an issue but they are stalling. I am not. I have patience but my patience is running out. Why? Because you advertised the car as premium. Let's see premium actions, if not money back.
If I would have known the car had 35km I wouldn't have had paid 15k euro more, no. So, this is either cheating in descriptions or a problem with the car. If it is a problem with the car then replace it.
1) Did the article above from mazda japan stated that the shock absorbers didn't meet the safety standards? So I am driving an unsafe car? Yes! ( Mine is acknowledged for shock absorbers replacement )
2)On top of that, I can only do 38-40% percent of the range in the description?
3) Gear-box sound from gear 1 to gear 2? ( They said that there are a few clients with this issue, but they don't have a solution at the moment )
4) Re-charging car when it has 20% battery?
There are two many issues to be able to say they delivered a product without issues? I bought a new product that should have minor software issues. I think they should own this and give the premium services they claim the CX-60 is. Replace the car for the clients having these many issues or money back.