alozzy wrote:Also, you assumed a pack capacity of 21 kWh. That's not realistic for a pack with 85% SOH,
alozzy wrote:more like 18 kWh at best.
alozzy wrote:Your efficiency is pretty low, which is why your range is likewise low. I'm guessing you run the heat constantly, at a mid to high fan speed, and that you have winter tires that likewise aren't very efficient.
Also, you assumed a pack capacity of 21 kWh. That's not realistic for a pack with 85% SOH, more like 18 kWh at best.
In summer, with LRR tires, I average about 7.3 km/kWh. For your LEAF, that would be about 130 km of range, assuming you get similar efficiency in summer.
Sounds about right...
seanxushen wrote:21KWh is from Leaf Stats beside GID.
cwerdna wrote:seanxushen wrote:21KWh is from Leaf Stats beside GID.
I put little faith in that number. In fact, I may as well ignore it. You can change the watt-hour per gid setting to make it go up/down.
270 gids * .0775 kWh/gid = 20.925 kWh
See http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 77#p481577. Until we get clarification from Nissan about the correct value(s), limitations, caveats, etc. I wouldn't ever want to assert that I have ____ kWh in my pack.
Side note: That is interesting that at 86.82% SOH, your gids on a full charge are 270. On my '13 (different pack than '15 lizard packs), I don't recall having gids that high on a full charge when down to that sort of SOH level.