garygid wrote:The real question is how much usable energy YOUR car's battery
has after its LBW, not how much energy the average LEAF had.
I suspect (do not know) that there is significant variation in the "low end"
energy, depending primarily upon the condition of the specific battery, what
Nissan's "SOC" reports, and how the LEAF uses that (and other) information.
And why gathering data helps to figure those things out, hence the cumulative data of Battery Warning to Turtle.
I'd like to see if the Warnings are indeed at data points 48/49 and 24/25 for all cars. And if a coherent ratio of data can be used to somewhat accurately say that if I drive 10 miles with LowBatteryWarning, then I will most likely be able to drive an additional 60% of that number at the same speed/conditions, or 6 miles, until I hit turtle.
Not even a tiny percentage of people will intentionally drive their cars to turtle to determine what their specific car might do, and even if they did, they are too many variables for that single data point to be accurate at, perhaps, years down the road when they REALLY need it.