bijan wrote:I think they mainly don't include the l1 charging cable. Also check the guessometer on 100% charge or on whatever percentage it's on and do the math. The range varies on the cars even with the same mileage. Some have had batteries replaced and most are eligible for battery replacement if the state of health of the battery is below 70% since warranty is 8 years 160k km. Mine had battery replaced and range on 100% looks to be about 130km or so. If it's below 100km I guess that might be eligible for replacement as EPA mileage is supposed to be 148km.
I found I couldn't go by the GOM at all as a first guess at the battery health. When I first hopped in the car for a test drive it wasn't far from full and the range was less than 100km. In hindsight it must have been because of the way it was driven and WHEN it was driven (in the cold) very early this year before Teo Taxi went under. An early dealer SOH check claimed good condition.
A month ago the range was 178km (2018 model). This is mediocre for a gently driven 2018 in warm weather. What corrected the GOM the most was a deep discharge/charge cycle and subsequent warmer weather driving. Now it is 220+km - almost 25% more.
So, I would suggest also going into the menu and looking at the trip history. If it is full of inefficient trips (high kWh/100km) from months ago then I think the predicted range will be significantly underestimated.