palmermd wrote:As of this morning September 15, 2016 we lost our third bar. We now sit at 47.49Ahr, 72%SOH and Hx 51.78, 48,960 miles 4585 L1/L2 and 3 DCQC charges.
palmermd wrote:As of August 1st 2015 we lost our second bar. We now sit at 51.51Ahr, 78%SOH and Hx 60.23%, 37,016 miles, 3245 L1/L2 charges and 0 DCQC charges.
palmermd wrote:... As of today, 1st of June 2014 we have 54.91Ahr SOH 83% and Hx 68.63%, 25,382 miles, 1890 L1/L2 charges and 0 DCQC charges. ...
This seemed to take a bit longer, but we are driving less than before. Seems like miles is a larger impact than time. Fortunately, my drive to work is just 8 miles. I never had a regular commute with the car when we were living in Sacramento. I now drive the same route almost every day to and from work. Every day I start the car and have low 60's as a guess for range. I get home every evening and the car is at about mid twenties for remaining range. So a surface street easy drive 16 miles round trip uses 35 to 40 miles of guesstimate. It also reduces from 12 bars to 4-5 bars of capacity (usually 5). It is enough that I can't make the trip twice without charging. But as a work commuter that I own, it works just fine for now. But it will be replaced with a standard range Model 3 once they start producing them. I'm in no hurry, and I have been invited to configure if I wanted the long range pack, but I'll keep waiting.