When fully charged, this vehicle can go about 35 miles on electricity alone, costing you about 4.7¢ per mile.
After the first 35 miles, the vehicle will function like a regular hybrid and consume only gasoline, costing about 7.7¢/mile.
When fully charged, you will pay about 4.2¢ per mile for the first 11 miles you drive ($.42 for the electricity and $.05 for the gasoline).
After the first 11 miles, the vehicle will function like a regular hybrid and consume only gasoline, costing about 4.8¢/mile.
You will spend $.42 cents on electricity and $.72 on gasoline. This calculation assumes that your vehicle is fully charged when you begin your 25 mile trip and that you do not recharge during the trip.
Miles on a tank and refueling cost for gasoline only assumes 90% of fuel in tank will be used before refueling.
Personalized estimates are currently not available for this vehicle.
DISCLAIMER: Average user estimates are based on data from My MPG users rather than official sources. Since the source data cannot be verified, neither DOE nor EPA guarantees the accuracy of these estimates.
This vehicle did not use any gasoline for the first 21 miles in EPA tests. However, depending on how you drive the vehicle, you may use both gasoline and electricity during the first 21 miles following a full charge.