Leafchacho wrote:Sadly I am adding mine to the list. Lost my first bar on 10/13/2017... Friday the 13th . About right, I guess.
Original Purchase 11/16 (50 miles on odo)
On 10/16/17 Leafspy Pro reported.
AHr = 64.77
SOH = 81%
Hx = 79.38
odo = 6,765
1 QC, 165 L1/L2
296 GIDs - 81.1%
22.9 kWh Ramain
It has been dropping like a rock. When I purchased it used on 8/17/17 it was reading.
Ahr = 69.91
SOH = 87%
HX = 84.52
odo = 4,488
I've been driving it as easy as possible. No freeways. Coasting in N whenever I can, avoiding the brakes and driving in ECO mode always. The max I can get for an average is 4.3 Kwh, but normal is 4.2. Does that seem low?
So far I have lost 1AHr every 442 miles. Not sure when the battery gets replaced, but I have a feeling I will be getting close by next summer. I plan another 11k miles by next August. If the trend holds, that should put me at 40 AHr. Not sure what these 30kWh batteries start at, but shouldn't 40 AHr get rid of enough bars to warrant a new battery?
Just to answer your question. Take your current AHr rating and divide it by your current SOH rating, and that'll get you the original AHr rating when new: 64.77 / 0.81 = 79.96 AHr
Others have lost their 4th bar at something above 40AHr, so you shouldn't have to wait too long.
On another front, since your battery is degrading so quickly, you might as well use it without regards to preserving battery life. You might get your warranty replacement sooner, and you might be surprised at what does or does not impact the battery health!