tjlyerly wrote:Not sure you get my point. When I get in the car after a full charge, the (Guess-o-meter) reads differently for me depending if I just completed a L1 vs. and L2 charge. Seems to me like the additional voltage in the L2 charge pushes additional charge into the battery, at least that is what the range meter seems to say in my case.
No, do NOT believe what the range meter says. You just can't trust it. It has more to do with how the car was driven just prior to when you plugged it in. For example, if you live at the top of a hill and work is at the bottom of the hill, you will have a far more efficient drive going TO work (and thus the guess-o-meter will read higher after charging at work). And conversely your trip home up the hill will be less efficient, and the guess-o-meter will reflect that.
Also if you are doing any pre-heating/cooling while plugged in, that will throw off the guess-o-meter as well. Best thing to do is to just ignore it and don't fret about variations of 10-15 miles at the top end.
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