danrjones wrote: ↑
Wed Sep 16, 2020 10:43 am
DaveinOlyWA wrote: ↑
Tue Sep 15, 2020 7:06 pm
danrjones wrote: ↑
Mon Sep 14, 2020 7:13 am
Whether you put faith in these numbers - or not - I know some like them reported. My pack finished its adjustment. Final numbers below.
Date | SOH | AMPhr | Hx
9/11/2020 90.21 104.14 107.61
Up is good. In the last 3 months, I am guessing you drove less than normal?
Actually, no, not really. Been working / driving to work pretty much the same.
So far mileage hasn't really seemed to be the "driving" factor in SOH for the Leaf's posted on here. Not sure what really is, assuming we can trust the leaf-spy readings. But my mileage has been pretty steady. My car is low mileage anyway, but my mileage has been steady. I think I'm at about 7300 miles but I'll have to check.
What's not to trust in LEAF Spy? It only parrots what the car tells it.
In checking with others who had a boost;
Half said no change in driving. There is no seasonal correlation.
A few said they drove more because it was Summer.
Only one drove less and coincidentally, his increase was the smallest. I "think" it was .07% or something in that range. FYI; he only checks stats once a month so the increase could have been bigger and a .2% loss in a month is well within the normal range so it might have been near .3%. There were 2 others who claimed no change who also had increases in that range as well.
For reference; mine happened in Summer; July 2019 and it was during a period when I drove more than any quarter the previous year.
For the rest of the time I had the car, my drop between adjustments slowed way down and the October 2019 adjustment didn't happen at all.
Finally, miles do make very little difference as you mentioned. Considering the clockwork like 90 day adjustments (or 91 for those longer quarters) it should be no surprise that time is the factor. We have more than a 150% difference in mileage driven for cars picked up between Feb and Julyish of 2018 while most are now between 88 to 91% SOH.