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Re: Official Tesla Model S thread

Tue Apr 30, 2019 5:59 pm

WetEV wrote:
dgpcolorado wrote:I'm down 15% at 69,000 miles in a five year old car


According to LeafSpy today I'm down 12% in 5 years and 50k miles. Your S60 has 3 times the battery size of my car.
As it happens, my LEAF was down more than that in 4 years at 33k miles with nothing but local driving at moderate speeds in a mild climate and with very slow charging.

I've Supercharged my S60 more than 273 times. I'd venture to guess that you haven't DCFCed your LEAF that many times. Might be part of the difference, although that's a WAG. Anyway, I'm something of a degradation outlier in the Tesla community, much as you are the other way in the LEAF community!
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Re: Official Tesla Model S thread

Tue Apr 30, 2019 6:29 pm

dgpcolorado wrote:
WetEV wrote:
dgpcolorado wrote:I'm down 15% at 69,000 miles in a five year old car


According to LeafSpy today I'm down 12% in 5 years and 50k miles. Your S60 has 3 times the battery size of my car.
I've Supercharged my S60 more than 273 times. I'd venture to guess that you haven't DCFCed your LEAF that many times.
Yes, only 128 QCs. Which is still a lot.
dgpcolorado wrote:Anyway, I'm something of a degradation outlier in the Tesla community, much as you are the other way in the LEAF community!
Above average, yes. Not as much as some local LEAFs. Mine isn't as good as (now ex-)co-worker's LEAF, a 2013 with more miles and less degradation than mine, two DCQCs in total, and 90% L1 charging outdoors. I think I'll make 60k before losing a bar, and maybe 70k. But not over 100k. Not a chance.
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