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Real range of a CPO Model S

Discussion in 'Model S' started by cdub, Jun 6, 2017.

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  1. cdub

    cdub Future Model 3 owner / Current original Leaf owner

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    Since they started selling super high mileage CPOs today...

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    With some cars in the $40k range and 70k miles.... What would be the actual range now if when sold they're at 265?
     
  2. gabeincal

    gabeincal Enjoying Napa life the electric way

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    I've had high mileage loaners that still charged to almost new miles after 30-40k. Surprising enough as my very own S75 has already lost about 2% :D
     
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  3. cdub

    cdub Future Model 3 owner / Current original Leaf owner

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    If I didn't want the EAP that the 3 has I'd be tempted.

    Although I'd be a little worried about out of warranty repairs.
     
  4. shelbri

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    My 2014 85 RWD now has 79,200 miles and 100% rated range is between 255-257 miles. With the build out of the supercharger network, I really wouldn't worry too much about it.
     
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  5. Pipcecil

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    I got my CPO @ 49k miles this past January and it is now up to 55k miles. Rated range at 100% charge is 262 miles, so ~1.1% capacity loss. Outstanding IMO especially since my previous Nissan Leaf had lost 30% capacity by then.
     
  6. jaguar36

    jaguar36 Active Member

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    I was told many years ago by someone at Tesla that the degradation should be less than 1% per year. So far mine has followed that pretty well and it seems like a good rule of thumb to go by.
     

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