AWD is less efficient than RWD, so getting 150 I think will be good normal driving. Unlike the Model S, the AWD 3 apparently takes a bit of a range hit going to AWD (but still meets 500km rating at approx 150). Some independent testing validated this...I think I remember seeing AWD was about 8% less efficient than RWD alone. This is based off of my first week, but also having driven 2 volts for almost 5 years and getting to know how to maximize range. Driving the 3 like I drove my volts and I can get around 140-150. It seems the RWD can get around 130 under similar conditions. Remember a huge impact is also outside temp and terrain (in addition to how aggressively you accelerate). Given it has been relatively cool, I'm not surprised people are seeing 150-180 or worse. Also, as far as EAP being less efficient...I wouldn't be surprised. EAP tends to slow down fairly late and accelerate more aggressively than I normally would if I was trying to maximize range. But given how large the battery is, I'm just going to enjoy driving and not worry much if I get slightly below 500km to a full charge...well actually since I charge to 90% I guess that's more like getting slightly less than 450 to a 90% charge. Coming from my Gen 2 Volt which would get me between 70-100km/charge I'm feeling quite comfortable.