sptleaf wrote: I get about 36 miles from 100% to low battery warning
So that's about a 50% reduction in range from new in 2012, so 7 years. How can it still show 10 battery bars? That doesn't make any sense. I got my 2019 Leaf knowing about the battery history and the rapid depreciation, but I figure I can still get to work at a 50% reduction of range from today's 150 miles. But I was hoping I'd be eligible for a new battery if something like that happened. Maybe that's not the case.
As Ed McMahon once said, you sir, are correct. Have no idea why I have 10 visible bars, but I do. And I really, really only get about 36 miles from 100% to LBW. Worse, that's with no heat, no freeways, nothing off city roads, only steering wheel and seat heat and then only occasionally. Will have to have dealer look at it, maybe as part of next brake fluid change. That ought to be interesting.
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