Actually, glad to have sold my 2011 Leaf with new battery to a friend that wanted a used EV, but drove less than I did. She got rid of her old gas gusseler SUV which polluted a lot more for all her short trips.jbuntz wrote:lkkms2 wrote:Here is my first year report.
Bought my 2017 Leaf SV Just at the end of 2016 on 12/29
Using an old version of Leaf Spy Lite I recorded
AHr= 81.32 and Hlth = 97.24%
Now, after driving 9500 Miles on 12/29/2017 my readings are:
AHr= 72.68 and Hlth = 86.85%
So about a 10 1/2 percent loss. after 1 year and 9500 Miles.
Occasionally charge to 100% to balance out the cells, but drive it shortly after that.
Taking advantage of the NCTC Card, so
QC Cnt = 145 ( generally charge up to btwn 80-90%, often 85%)
L2 Cnt = 206 (Since I use a timer this number is about double actual charging events)
My garage is facing the West and gets a lot of Summer warming/hot sun in the 90s F.
At that rate you will have capacity close to your 2011 with a new battery. Maybe you should have kept it?
I have enjoyed the improvements and new features in my 2017 SV with Premium Package.