This is the norm. My 30 kwh pack (which was NOT updated to new SW) also had stats drop during low/no driving periods but they rebounded when the driving picked back up.johnlocke wrote: ↑Fri Apr 03, 2020 8:31 pmApr update. 309 GID's 67.61 AH, SOH=85.06%, Hx=62.97%, 77856 total mi. 32927 mi on new battery. 20 DCFC and 635 l2 charges on the new battery. Battery took a big hit last month despite not driving much for the last couple of weeks. It still looks like it will last longer than the 100,000 mile warranty limit but it won't be very capable. I still I'm looking forward to Tesla's battery day announcements. The ID3 is mired in software problems so the ID4 is looking iffy at this point although VW claims that it will ship in 2021. GM is still talking big but most of what they're selling at this point is sizzle rather than steak. It seems more likely that I'll see the Cybertruck before either GM or Ford get their trucks out. The Model 3 or a Y looks like the best bet right now.
I know a LOT of people will say the higher numbers are meaningless but I traveled mostly freeway 114 miles in January on a single charge which is about the best I could expect "at any time of the year" 3 days before she was killed.