ddh1313 wrote:I actually think the GOM is extremely accurate (ducking under the table now). If I see X range remaining and continue to drive at or below that speed until the car dies on the side of the road, it will have been almost spot on. I think the perception of it being unreliable is mainly due to that fact that a typical use case does NOT involve arriving at a charger with "---" on the GOM even though that technically is the capability of the car. Seeing triple digits at 100% is at least looking up I think, especially with some miles on the clock.
Yepir. Us too. GOM is very accurate for us. Probably has to do with the kind of driving we do. I also think we have seen very little degradation. Even on a cooler morning like Sunday, maybe 4 degrees c, a full charge before our road trip was 192 km. Depending on the route we take it’s actually pretty accurate. We pre heat so not much energy used in heating. This climate definitely agrees with a 2016 leaf.