OK, lets perspective this . I have a 2012 with 41000 miles. It has the same battery as the 2011. And a crappy heater. And a slow charger.
I am now at 10 bars, have not LeafSpy'ed recently, though I have a reader and the program on my iphone. Ironically, I keep on forgetting the passcode for the dongle!!!! But regardless, I lost the 11 bar about 300 miles ago, a couple of weeks. My battery was made in 5/2012, so over 4 years. Internet says I have a little under 78.5% bat left. If Leaf lithium technology is at all like most other lithium bats, my capacity loss curve is flattening. It helps that I hardly ever park in sun. My garage is often cooled on the bad days (for the dog, not the car!)
I often charge ONLY at work (Hey, its free!). I drive home and then back to work the next AM. 39 miles round trip. Charged to 80%. And I usually arrive back at work with 2 bars. I could perhaps eek out another 10 miles, maybe more. In cold weather I charge some at home. If I ran errands after work, I charge a little at home. Sometimes, I forget to unplug and it gets to 80% at home. So I get 39 miles on a single 80% charge. You are wanting 32 miles -- should work, even in winter.
But fundamentally, because I charge at work, I can, and do, occasionally put 60 miles on my 2012 in a day. 20 to work in AM and 40 more in the evening. And that's usually charging to 80%. If I have a new route or project and I don't want to stress, I hit the override button when I get out at work, and the car gets juiced to 100% I *think* I could still get 50 to 55 miles out of one charge, especially if I drop my speed to speed limit.
With a 4/2013 plus battery, if you charge at work, I think charging to 80%, one could reliably clock 64 (32 x 2) miles a day total with no problem. But to be nice to the battery, you probably should charge at home too, whenever you put some extra miles on, rather than going to 100% at work and trying to make the round trip, like I do. Charging to 100% with regularity is not wise. Once in a while, I think is no problem. Lots of information suggests that 100% charge is not really bad either, unless you leave the battery at 100% for a long time, or get the battery hot.
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