Also have one @ 120,000 miles with 12 bars. Wish they had LEAF Spy but claim no range loss. Obviously not possible but "implies" they aren't close to losing a bar. Still wondering if first bar is 15%?
Can't find it right now but I thought you had commented on the post? He was guy at 191ishK km? Maybe 192k? Canadian maybe?DougWantsALeaf wrote: ↑Sat Oct 10, 2020 2:35 pmCan you post a link to the one with 120k miles?
The fact that we are edging in 3 years without any reports of bar loss...feels like progress in terms of consistency. While I know this will illicit wrath from the Tesla owners on the board, there are M3s (not many) down 15% already reported in the Tesla forums (the 2018 M3 batteries seem to be doing better than the later 2019 and 2020 M3 batteries anecdotally).
When we bought our 2013, many 2011s had lost bars, so mentally had prepped myself that my 13 would be down a bar after 3 years. Was pretty happy that it took a bit more than 5.
Too early to tell with our 2019 twins.