No rush. Adjustments come every 90 days. You can simply wait till Sept. I will say a .15-.25% loss in July with same for August...golfcart wrote:Similar to what others with 40kWh packs have reported, I saw a sharp drop in my AHr readings after remaining relatively flat for months.
I leased a 2018SV in March 2019, according to the dealer it had sat on the lot for about 14 months. When I first brought it home it showed 97.5% SOH and 112.5Ahr. It stayed essentially the same April and May but my June measurement showed a decline to 95.4% SOH and 110.1AHr. The June reading was taken when the car had 2150 miles, 13 QCs, and 91 L1/L2 charges reported on it by Leafspy Pro.
I will take my July measurement next week.
I thought I had done it on the 20th of each month previously but I looked back and it was the 15th so I went ahead and took the measurement.DaveinOlyWA wrote:
No rush. Adjustments come every 90 days. You can simply wait till Sept. I will say a .15-.25% loss in July with same for August...
Lw4nier wrote: ↑Sat Jul 27, 2019 11:04 amI’m experiencing very similar degrading.
Purchased a new ‘18 SV two months ago at 95.95 SOH.
Car was sitting in the lot for about a year in Des Moines, IA. Where we had that polar vortex in the winter and car was outside.
As of now my SOH is 95.69. So dropping about .01 every other day.
I bought the car 11,500 off plus whatever I get for the fed tax credit. So was very happy at the time.
I hate to see this gradual degradation. I’m hoping battery technology will advance and replacement will be lower than $9500 when the time comes. I sure wish there was a way to install thermal cooling system.
Also stay within 35-75 SOC. No rapid charging. Mostly public charging.