Single trips can't be used as the margin of error can be very large. I would suggest something you do regularly that is at least 100 miles in length. Need to have had at least 5-10 trips and the more you have, the better. You will quickly see that the 9% variance in SOH is easily overcome by the variances of the trips made.nightleaf wrote: ↑Tue Sep 01, 2020 9:57 pmSo I just did another trip from Richmond, BC to Whistler, BC in Aug 2020, started with 100%batt and ended the trip with 33% remaining.
The same trip in Aug 2018 resulted in 35%remaining, the weather conditions were very similar, no a/c used and the same 4 people in the car... my son is about 20lbs heaver now but everyone else the same.
Even though the SOH shows a significant drop (almost 10% between the two trips), I did not seem much difference in range... I am not convinced the SOH leafspy reading is an accurate representation of the remaining capacity.
The return trip was also very similar, about 47% used for each return trip.
Aug 01, 2018 - Km; 08,495 Ahr; 112.20 SOH; 97.19; HX 114.89
Oct 21, 2019 - Km; 35,500 Ahr; 104.06 SOH; 90.61; HX 116.48
Aug 28, 2020 - Km; 46,751 Ahr; 102.11 SOH; 88.45; Hx 113.38
Why invoke error when there is wind ?
It certainly is a strange system that Nissan coded. Taking it away only to give it back, assuming we are looking at data that's actually useful and valid in the first place.
Nothing real was taken away. The estimate changed, that's all.danrjones wrote: ↑Wed Sep 09, 2020 10:21 amIt certainly is a strange system that Nissan coded. Taking it away only to give it back, assuming we are looking at data that's actually useful and valid in the first place.
Still going up as of this AM. Will post again when the 3 month adjustment is complete.