tkdbrusco wrote:Just back to this forum after a while and am totally shocked to see so many 30kwh packs with such high degradation. All things being equal, these packs should have degraded at a rate 20% slower than their 24kwh counterparts because they cycle through less frequently for the same mileage. It now seems like the temp impact is greater on these cars, likely a result of the increased density of the cells.
I've got a 2015 S with 53K miles. It's a 3.5 year old car and I've still got 12 bars and 262 GIDS at full charge. Seems like this is higher than many 2016 cars?
I'm sorry Nissan but you have completely failed on this battery. There's not a chance in hell that I would ever buy another Leaf from you, especially with the new model doubling down on no TMS.
Heard about the Guy in OR who has lost about 12-13% in under 15,000 miles?
First thing I would do is eliminate Heat as an excuse.
2011 SL; 44,598 miles. 2013 S; 44,840 miles.2016 S30 (build 10/2016)"low water marks" 24,858.2 miles.363 GIDAhr 80.66Hx95.95%kwh28.1QCs215,L2's 227
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