dhanson865 wrote:So I don't see how you could look at the data in his sig and see the comparison he is talking about. The data isn't there. You'd have to look in another thread to see the comparison data.
TomT wrote:Yep, it is elsewhere here and you are correct... Also remember that for the first year and a half or so we had no measurement tools until Gary introduced the Gid Meter... The youngsters on here are spoiled!
Finally back to this. I was only looking at his stats for ~8k miles on the new pack and an Ahrs of 61 is as good as others I see reported here at MNL with the exception of those few who drive a lot of miles/per year in temperate climates (which have better stats). I still hear that time (age) is an important factor (and at some level is must be) but Brian's LEAFs within a 2 months of mine in age has way better battery stats with 4 times the miles / charging cycles. There are other members here too mentioned recently in other threads that seem to be about the same age (mid to late 2013s) with battery Ahrs in the 63 range but again, they are driving way more miles per year than Tom or I. From what I've seen here its typical for 2013s to be in the upper 59s to lower 61s in Ahrs at this point with some doing even better but seemingly none of the 2013 owners lining up a class action law suit or likely losing 4 bars (including Tom's new one) in the time that many 2011 & 2012s did.
So Tom, what data are you using to say your new battery is no better than your old one?