fooljoe wrote:The simplest thing to do is just focus on the "SOH" number - this is the percentage of new capacity. A new Leaf is supposed to get about 80 miles range on average, so if for example SOH is 87% (as pictured), then you should only expect 80 * .87 = 70 miles range instead.
If you're looking for a newer car, you want the highest possible SOH (probably at least 90%). If you're hoping to win the free battery lottery, you want as close to 65% (or lower) as possible, with plenty of time and miles left for the 5yr/60k miles warranty.
2012 Rav4-EV | 2011 Leaf SL w/QC batt replaced 11/20/15 | Clipper Creek CS-60 | EVSEUpgraded 2013 Leaf EVSECompare EVSE equipment | 3.84kw PV
So after about four months with a replacement battery on your 2011 (now at about 30K miles), your new
replacement battery Ahr is at 57 Ahr, but SOC indicates 38%?