Leaf Range *no discussion*

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Re: Leaf Range *no discussion*

Post by DaveBern » Wed, 06 Nov 2019, 09:59

We have an April 2012 build Leaf, bought new in April 2014, and we purchased it from the original owner in October 2019. It has 33,000 km on the odo, and the SOH is 68% it will barely do 100km in ECO mode without the climate control on. :(

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Re: Leaf Range *no discussion*

Post by JeffB » Wed, 13 Nov 2019, 13:14

Amazing variations described in this thread:
DaveBern wrote:
Wed, 06 Nov 2019, 09:59
We have an April 2012 build Leaf, bought new in April 2014, and we purchased it from the original owner in October 2019. It has 33,000 km on the odo, and the SOH is 68% it will barely do 100km in ECO mode without the climate control on. :(
:( That hurts.
lesmando wrote:
Mon, 25 Jul 2016, 02:09
Lost the 4th capacity bar and get about 90 - 100km on a full charge.
:? Not too bad for 108,000km

Then there was a 2019 Leaf with about 35,000km advertised in Perth recently that had already lost its 4th capacity bar.....

Our new to us Leaf has 93,000km, SOH 83%, 1st capacity bar lost, GOM 114-119 at 80% charge.
GOM every morning must be based on city estimations because we quickly wipe it off at 80-90km/h highway speeds.
Most recent "long" run: Start at 80%, 84km total, 60km at 80km/h, all flat, had the aircon off for much of it due to nervousness, finished at 20% battery capacity and 30km left on the GOM.

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Re: Leaf Range *no discussion*

Post by Rusdy » Thu, 14 Nov 2019, 09:04

JeffB wrote:
Wed, 13 Nov 2019, 13:14

Our new to us Leaf has 93,000km, SOH 83%, 1st capacity bar lost, GOM 114-119 at 80% charge.
Hi @JeffB, I assume yours is the imported one? What year model is it?

There's no way Oz Leaf has this awesome stats (unless the battery just got changed under warranty)!! That pretty much confirms the newer chemistry (i.e. Lizard type?) has waaay better degradation profile then the earlier generation (2012 or earlier).

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