The company that wrote that code can't seem to figure out how to implement adjustable charge limits, or understand that not everyone who can afford an SL wants a leather interior. They wouldn't, after all, want their cars to be smarter than they are, would they...?I will say that the GOM on our Leaf Plus is really not much better than on our older 2015, it still can not figure out that if you coast downhill for ten miles you will PROBABLY have to climb that hill to get home.
This applies to L-2 charging (240 volts) of at least 16 amps. If you are using a 120 volt EVSE then there will be a net loss of charge, but a 5 minute preheat will still help, as about half of it will be using "shore power."Preheat the car on defrost mode while plugged in to the EV_SE. This gets the inside warm and doesn't use the pack.
In the LEAF, the answer is yes.
All range or length estimators are "Guess O Meters", term is far older than the LEAF. At least as far back as 1943, perhaps older.LeftieBiker wrote: ↑Fri Nov 29, 2019 2:09 pmThe range estimator, commonly referred to as the "Guess O Meter" because it isn't very good, uses the last few minutes of driving energy use as the basis for its estimate. so unless you drive it hard just before parking it, it starts out too optimistic. It is actually worse on older Leafs. You need to give more information on your car: model, whether or not it has the All Weather Package, and your climate. Then we can help you. Also, read this: