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What's your rated range again?

Kappelan

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Jul 23, 2019
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Greater Toronto Area
Do you need 100% everyday? It damages the battery by going to full often. Charge what you need between 20-80% and don't worry about it.

No, I don't do 100% everyday. I am at 90% for everyday drive in winter. My commute both ways is about 180 km + sentry mode and sometimes some extra drive, so it could be tight sometimes.

In summer I am good at 80% for everyday drive.
 

fidodido

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Sep 7, 2018
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Vancouver, BC Canada
Wow not bad ! My LR RWD only 475km (projected 100%). What is you charging pattern ? Did you regularly change from below 20% to 90% ?

Same here. I get around 475km (projected) at 100% for my LR RWD. You seem to have similar delivery date as mine. It might be due to our batch issue(?). I'm not worried but I would be happier to see the higher "projected" range. lol.
 

wayner

Active Member
Oct 29, 2014
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Toronto
Mine has dropped from 400km to around 385km. May be more due to software changes than battery degradation. My car is a Jan 2015 Model S P85D
 

vipros

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Jun 1, 2018
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Toronto
Tesla M3 Dual Motor Long Range delivered in Oct 2018 - first batch in Canada, rated range 499km at 100% charge on day 1. As of today the rated range shows 354km at 80% charged.

What's your number?
 

Falkirk

Member
Jun 19, 2015
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213
Toronto, Ontario
I have the M3 LR, from June 2018 and I finally charged it to 100% for a trip last month and was happy to see it jumped up to 521km! That's better than any time over the last 3 years. Day one range showed 500km.
 

MacNeil

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Apr 29, 2021
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Kamloops BC
Tesla M3 Dual Motor Long Range delivered in Oct 2018 - first batch in Canada, rated range 499km at 100% charge on day 1. As of today the rated range shows 354km at 80% charged.

What's your number?
2018 Model 3 LR RWD with 45K km currently. The 100% range computes to 470-475 km currently (versus the 443 km in your case).
 

Darthbenji

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Mar 27, 2018
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Ontario
2019 sr+ exactly two years old yesterday. 339km at 100%. Day of delivery was 374. It’s been dropping consistently since. Tesla tells me move along, nothing to see here. Tried all their rebalancing suggestions etc. kWhs added during charging would suggest 46 kwh available.
Just checked. 335km just now at 100%. My LR at two years never did this.
 

Mikeydeek

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May 8, 2018
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Ottawa
2019 sr+ exactly two years old yesterday. 339km at 100%. Day of delivery was 374. It’s been dropping consistently since. Tesla tells me move along, nothing to see here. Tried all their rebalancing suggestions etc. kWhs added during charging would suggest 46 kwh available.
Just checked. 335km just now at 100%. My LR at two years never did this.
Mine is the same. June 2019 about 330 range at 100% compared to 380 new.
 

Darthbenji

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Mar 27, 2018
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Ontario
Mine is the same. June 2019 about 330 range at 100% compared to 380 new.
And they will not admit to any degradation. Tesla will tell you it’s fine and send you on a wild goose chase to reclaim lost range. If I charge to 90% and drive straight till 80% that’s using 10%. If it says I used 4kwh for that it means to me 100% is equal to 40kwh.
 

Qaazon

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Feb 15, 2021
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Coqutilam
And they will not admit to any degradation. Tesla will tell you it’s fine and send you on a wild goose chase to reclaim lost range. If I charge to 90% and drive straight till 80% that’s using 10%. If it says I used 4kwh for that it means to me 100% is equal to 40kwh.
If that's true, you'll get a new battery once it drops to <70%. My buddy's 90D did the same thing but he did say that it eventually did stop sliding at that rate.
 

Darthbenji

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Mar 27, 2018
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Ontario
If that's true, you'll get a new battery once it drops to <70%. My buddy's 90D did the same thing but he did say that it eventually did stop sliding at that rate.
Not sure how you’d ever be able to take advantage of it since Tesla just says it’s fine.
Anyway, anyone with a current SR+, is 400kms close to accurate on a charge not including winter?
 

jm_cct

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Feb 27, 2020
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Vancouver
2020 LR M3 AWD down from 517 to 470- which is around a 9% loss. 12k total km.

Kind of annoying to see but it hasn't actually affected my life in any way. I haven't bothered draining down really low to see if it calibrates back on the way up.
 

duanra

Active Member
Dec 14, 2018
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Montreal
Well, kind of in the same boat. I lost 13% in 2 years and a half.
I put 18000 km on the car.

What I found annoying is when I bought the car, the service center told me to expect 5% drop the 1st year and it would stabilise after that with 1 or 2 % loss a year which is BS.
For now the car is losing 5% a year and not showing any sign of reaching a plateau.
I would hate to see the battery hovering right above 70% for the rest of it's life.
 
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Well, kind of in the same boat. I lost 13% in 2 years and a half.
I put 18000 km on the car.

What I found annoying is when I bought the car, the service center told me to expect 5% drop the 1st year and it would stabilise after that with 1 or 2 % loss a year which is BS.
For now the car is losing 5% a year and not showing any sign of reaching a plateau.
I would hate to see the battery hovering right above 70% for the rest of it's life.
That stinks.
 

Yeungbaba

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Jul 10, 2021
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London
Anyway, anyone with a current SR+, is 400kms close to accurate on a charge not including winter?
Just charged to 80% ~= 337km so 421 km @100%
Have not charged to 100% … i think the highest we got was 95% before a road trip

2021 SR+ with just under 3000 km (mostly city driving with one ~750km road trip)
 

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