Sorry to hear about the accident and I'm glad that she is ok. Now, send that battery my way please.Bufordleaf wrote:Well it appears my last update on battery stats will be my final one. Last weekend my daughter was rear-ended in the Leaf, totaling the vehicle. Thankfully, she was unharmed and walked away without a scratch. We found out Monday the adjuster decided it was a total loss and Friday I picked up a check. For those who may be curious how the insurance company valued the Leaf (2015 S with QC), they offered me $11,900 which I thought was more than fair. Looks like Nissan’s efforts to prop up used Leaf prices paid off for us in this situation.
philip wrote:My 2015 manufactured 2/2015 current #'s:
Full Charge GIDs: 251
RobertM wrote:Haven't been much of a poster but my 2015 SL lease is ending and thought I'd post the stats updated yesterday in Leaf Spy.
This was after connecting to QC from 14 to 60% and then plugging into L2 when got home to take it to 100%.
I also always plug in at night and just let it charge completely.
Avg Temp 66.7 [edit 64.4]
# QCs 69 L1/L2 1527
Hate to lose this car, but am getting numbers for 2018 Bolt Premier tomorrow, since I want to be able hopefully use just one car for commuting and travelling. Also heard on Friday that the 2018 LEAF is being delayed again in my area of PA, with a stop shipment, according to my salesperson who wasn't sure when they'll be getting them in.
briscobully wrote:New to the forum... want to know how to add a pic like the one above to my reply post. I have a LeafSpy capture I want to add to my post but can't seem to figure it out on my own. Thx
philip wrote:ixnay wrote:I haven't yet calculated the time cut off to charge just to 80%, and I'm not yet convinced it matters that much.
To get the rough amount of time to charge to 80%, I run this formula in my head: (80 - Display SOC) * 2 = minutes to charge.
briscobully wrote:Have there been any stats on the exterior color of the vehicle making a difference in battery degradation? Does a darker color, ie. black, red etc, matter over the life of the vehicle? If the batteries are in the underside of the vehicle, then i would think the hotter the car gets the more the batteries will degrade? Just don't know if there has been any research or numbers to substantiate the hypothesis. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Didn't want to post a new thread and thought this might be as likely a spot as any for this question.
Thx again to all!