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Discussion in 'Model S' started by evalst2018, Nov 4, 2019.
Curious to see if there are any cars, that have less than 8% degradation after 70,000 miles?
I have a 2014 MS60 which shows 180 miles fully charged.
I drove it 170 not that long ago, and had 5% left on the dash.....
After 61k I’d say that’s not much degradation
I have a 2015 MS70D 232 miles fully charged at 71,000 miles <1% degradation. It's not the battery that could have be upgraded to a 75 either.
50k miles, full charge has gone from 270 to 268.
S75 with 40,700 miles June 2016 build. Nothing to boast about here, but I still get 237 of 249, loss of a bit less than 5%. I understand that the loss curve is somewhat asymptotic, so it should lose fairly little over the next eight years or so that I plan to own this car before buying another S (or whatever similar car Tesla will be selling in 2028). Incidentally, I think I have been rather fortunate: Not so much as a rattle or indication of any problem whatsoever with this car. Even more reliable than the Lexuses (Lexi?) that we had owned.
According to my battery report on TeslaFi I have less than 2% degradation after 77.652 km (48.250 m)
Starting Range: 501,6 km (311,68 m)
Current Range: 492,22 km (305,85 m)
Range Loss: 9,38 km (5.83 m)
Percent Loss: 1,91 %
Hypermiling I've been doing more than 530 km (330 m) on a single charge