The GOM is nearly worthless. There's no point in spending time on it: viewtopic.php?p=271853#p271853
You should consult the range charts at viewtopic.php?p=101293
, in particular "Use this 82% chart for a battery that has 11 of 12 capacity bar segments." New 24 kWh Leaf has about 21 to 22 kWh usable out of 24. That chart assumes 17.22 kWh usable due to capacity loss. Reset your miles per kWh dash display. Think of how many kWh you have as how many gallons you have in the "tank" and miles per kWh analogous to miles per gallon.
(BTW, many .gov sites say 1 gallon of gasoline has about 33.7 kWh of energy content.)
Just to confirm, you have sometimes 11 or 12 capacity bars showing? (the thinnest bars all the way on the right) http://www.electricvehiclewiki.com/File ... bars_s.jpg
is a fully charged 3 bar loser.
Also, you should use the % state of charge display on the dash instead of the worthless GOM.
If you want to see more about what's going on, use Leaf Spy. You can watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgE8lmySdMI
for more info.