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It's winter time and mileage is always worse in winter ... colder temperatures, changes in the fuel formulations for winter, cars usually sitting at idle longer to warm up, etc, etc. It happens with gas burning vehicles as well. My Volt typically gets 3-7 mpg worse on the gas engine in winter than it does in summer. Might also have something to do with the newer DEF systems and number of regen cycles that whole mess runs through could be more often in winter also.
 
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