Dont know if this helps, Im not in FL or SD, but being in Las Vegas our temps have been nice recently. (around 70's in the daytime). Im getting alot out of my FFE because I havnt had to use AC or Heat. (at night ill hit the Heated seats, which use almost no energy up). Here is my specs from yesterday and today from myFord. Top 2 I didnt have any heat or AC on (besides Heated seats at 3), the bottom one I blasted the heat on high with seats on 5 and everything running, Nav and Stereo on high using the CD player. (all of these were from flat level driving, no hills/mountains).
As you can see my kWh almost doubled for the same distance (from 176wh/mile to 323 Wh/mile). http://img521.imageshack.us/img521/8875/42167119.jpg
I know we are getting off topic here (Break In), but, wow, how are you getting such low Wh/mile? What speeds are you driving at? When I baby the car I get around 240 Wh/mile (no climate system, speeds in the 30s and 40s).
Im doing a mix of city and highway driving, 35-40 in the city and 60-65 on the highway. Im just watching how much I can "coast" between pushing the pedal down. Coasting is overlooked I think more because your always hearing the whole Regen Braking talks all the time. (example, if I have a small hill, I gun it a little quicker before going up a hill and then let those low resistant tires spin away, when I lose acceleration I tap again on the gas. Always trying to keep my wh/ml as close to 200. For highways its a bit tricky as you have to make sure when hitting the on ramp theres not a ton of cars coming or behind you, as I dont want to be that slow dick. But slowly building up speed tapping away at the gas with a mix of coasting while watching the speeds keeps me low. I should make a video or something for youtube to show this). Its all about slowly building up speed with coasting when you can. It also makes a difference when you map at the topo of the area you live in. (vegas is a valley, so instead of going straight up a the steep hill E/W, i try to add some flatter N/S roads mixed in, that way I dont have any start/stops at lights on a steeper grade. Of course this will add time, which I have plenty of. Now if I need to be somewhere quick Ill drive it like a normal car if I have to. Ill try and figure a way to make a vid if I can driving my normal daily trip. (And maybe hit the strip here in Vegas to see what I can get there as its the flattest part of vegas).
Here's my short run to the grocery today, and what its charging at now (using 120v, just got my Leviton in the mail today).http://img441.imageshack.us/img441/9057/screenshot20130310at431.jpg
Just checked my standings in the MyFord standing, and im #2. Seems my wife is taking my keys to run errands as she always "forgets" her keys, I say forgets as I know she's trying to save cash as her car is getting 13mpg with her driving. (and she's killing my standings on the boards...lol
). I know I could beat Bill, but I dont have time to get caught up in the rankings game as the FFE is a car I use for my business. (she's not doing to bad on her own key though, she's #5)http://img560.imageshack.us/img560/6669/screenshot20130310at455.jpg