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Post Your 100% Charge Rated Range

My apologies if this thread already exists. I've been trying to find something like it with no luck. Basically I'm trying to measure what kind of battery degradation my car has already experienced, relative to those with similar cars. Likewise, I'm curious if cars in more extreme climates (namely that experience winter) are experiencing degradation faster than cars in more temperate climates like Los Angeles. I'd like to collect miles, model and location for this.

I'll kick it off.

Miles: 32,000
Location: Los Angele00%
Rated Miles @ 100% Charge: 255


Sig Model S + Sig Model X + Model 3 Resv
Jun 21, 2012
It varies by month, correlated to temp. See my graphs here:

Displayed Range and Seasonality

Right now, during winter, 100% is going to about 262-263 for me after 47,000 miles & nearly 2 years on the refurbished battery pack. In the spring it tends to go to 266/267 and I expect it to go back up once warmer weather arrives.

Linear regression is showing -1.5 miles per year.

(Your location says Chicago but you report location as LA?)

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(Also note that there are a few 90% threads actively discussing this for the 90D/P90D, and a generic one as well.)

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