It's been 32,xxx miles with my 2016 Kia Soule EV-e, always driven in ECO and in B for maximum regenerative braking. Typical commute is about 70 miles, 90% Highway doing 65 MPH. Display shows 4.0miles/kWh. WInter in 2016 - 88 miles. Winter in Cali. can reach 40F but the car is park in the garage. Interestingly, i have noticed the battery degradation as follows, winter in 2016/2017 - 83 miles, winter in 2018 - 73 miles, summer weather usually adds about 5-7 miles. Tire pressure is at 39 psi and it's usually charged with level 2 charger to 100%.
Within less than 3 miles reaching home, the indicator shows 0 miles left with all kinda warning, by the time it reaches the garage, 0-1% left on the battery. Yes, attempted slowdown on the highway at 55-60MPH but seems to have no effect. I tend to ignore the miles indicator, but when it flashes and shows 0, I have lost my confidence in ignoring it.
Has anyone experienced this before? The range anxiety attack is true, there is no way I'm buying it after the lease ends this year.