Actually I see temps in 90's frequently when OAT is in mid to low 80's. Full Sun and open asphalt does it every time but I have the advantage of a marine climate and cool temps every morning. Olympia generally sees 100% (or very near it) humidity every morning all year long. This almost always means temps in mid 50's even during the hottest part of Summer.Bufordleaf wrote:Thanks Dave. That's the average temp from Leaf Spy, so I'm assuming it is the battery temp (not the air temp) but don't really know over what period of time. As you said though, pretty hot. I'm guessing the battery temp in your neck of the woods doesn't typically get that high.DaveinOlyWA wrote: Great stats!
is the average temp just the 24/7 average for your area? Cause that is HOT!
Your numbers are pretty normal considering what appears to be very light usage. LEAFs do not thrive in the garage. The more you drive them, the higher the numbers stay.oilman300 wrote:Here are the stats from my new to me Atlanta Area 2015 Leaf S
Avg Temp 75.9
# QCs 27
Should the AHr and SOH still be that high after 2 years? The Leaf was a lease turn in and was in the Atlanta area all its life.
I drive about 60 miles per day and L2 charge it every night. How often should I check the battery condition with Leaf Spy?
your two pictures almost seems like they represent different cars! you are still 396+ on voltage, 95+% on GIDs but then you look at the other pix and??DNAinaGoodWay wrote:3 years on and minimal degradation