ByeFO wrote:I do have an old CR-V I plan on using when there is snow on the ground. I could use it for non-snow frigid weather. At what cold outdoor starting temp would it start to be a problem?
Having the old CR-V as backup though the first winter seems reassuring. I guess if you're not keeping it forever, that might someday be a problem.
You can see a graph in this thread that may be of interest:viewtopic.php?f=6&t=24073
There are A LOT caveats and arguments about that graph, so be sure to read the whole thread. When not crunching through snow, it seems maybe the "average" Leaf can go 50 miles in cold weather. Whether you can do that is another question.
If I were you, when it starts to get cold, I would dress REALLY warmly and do the trip with no heat. If (let's be optimistic and say "when") you get home with plenty of range left, try driving with some heat the next day for just part of the trip and sneak up on using heat the whole way.
Can you tap on the Summary screen three times where it now says 376.2V etc and get that to change to the Trip info? Seeing your current trip mileage and consumption might let someone with a similar trip and climate answer your question with more confidence.
BTW, it looks like your battery holds only 10 GIDs less than mine, if that.