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Q: How do I view the driving range?

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How do I view the driving range?

The driving range feature is displayed on the multi-information display, and shows you an estimate of how many miles you can drive before refueling. To view the driving range, press the display button on the lower left side of the instrument panel until the feature is displayed. Make sure that the vehicle is turned off when you refuel, or else the driving range will not be able to adjust.

Tip

The feature will be automatically reset whenever the battery is disconnected or replaced.

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