I'm the new owner of a 2014 Nissan Leaf and have traveled about 1300 miles since purchased. My round trip to the airport is about 62 miles with no hills and at highway speeds between 55 and 65 MPH. I did the trip in 25F weather (climate control on), four adults and sixty pounds of luggage (two adults to the airport and four adults with luggage on the return) and it used 75 percent of my battery. I repeated the trip a week later with 70mph wind gusts (head wind), temperature 10F, and windchill of -20 and the car was blinking "00" while pulling into the garage. Full distance of round trip is 62 miles. My commute to work is about 32 miles, no hills, and recent weather is between 25F to 40F. Travel is all highway speeds between 55 and 65 MPH with no wind. When I arrive at work there is still 68% battery remaining. With the climate control on it drops to about 64%. I find wind, excessive speed, very cold temperatures, and hills tend to cause the range to drop off. When the before mentioned variables are all moderate the range appears to be consistently 100 miles per charge. I find the percent battery indicator is more accurate at predicting range than the "guess o meter". I typically get 1% battery per mile of travel. I'm extremely happy with the purchase and find my 220V home charger can easily keep up with regular use of the car. My wife and I use this as a primary vehicle and it is used multiple times in a single day. Our ICE has been pretty much sitting since the purchase of our leaf.