smkettner wrote:No way would I drive or recommend a Nissan until the battery consistently holds 85%+ capacity at 100K miles.
That's not very reasonable because it comes close to violating what is now known about the physics of lithium batteries. 70 or 75+% at 100k miles would be reasonable.
Without stating pack size, you cannot make such a statement. a 200 Kwh pack would easily exceed those parameters in a mere 100,000 miles.
With a pack size of 60 kwh, now it becomes a difference between BMS (of which we know nothing) and Chemistry (of which we know nothing)
An ultraconservative BMS like the 40 kwh pack with better chemistry (will likely increase costs) combined with TMS and the pack should easily beat that 85% number.
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. 29,413 miles. 2018 S40; 15,000 miles, 478 GIDs, 37.0 kwh 109.81 Ahr , SOH 94.61, Hx 120.15
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