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Having some way of monitoring the battery temperature would be a nice option.

I was hoping someone would start this topic, and they did.

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Having some way of monitoring the battery temperature would be a nice option.
I would also like the ability to see actual battery capacity versus a percentage.
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Quick, unplanned trip. Car has not been plugged in, no preconditioning. Left the heated garage (62F) for a quick trip... I’m honestly impressed with this 79.4kWh/100miles. On an earlier trip of ~2 miles I was at 110kWh/100miles
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In a much warmer climate, averaging in the 60s recently, our car turned on with 210 miles left. That's after driving it hard and putting it away wet.
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No appreciable difference in predicted range in -34F vs -22F.

I again left the garage with 100% charge, but no preconditioning. I did not plug it in outside today and without turning off my preprogrammed preconditioning time to run an hour later, the remote climate ran for 30 minutes.

Current outside temp is -29F and the car shows 96% charge with a 93 mile range.

I expect both those numbers to drop quickly once I get in the car to leave...
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That is really cold, like really, really cold...I wonder how a 24kwh Nissan Leaf would cope in those conditions
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You guys will really love it in the summer!! Don't get spoiled and forget "reality" next Nov.
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No appreciable difference in predicted range in -34F vs -22F.

I again left the garage with 100% charge, but no preconditioning. I did not plug it in outside today and without turning off my preprogrammed preconditioning time to run an hour later, the remote climate ran for 30 minutes.

Current outside temp is -29F and the car shows 96% charge with a 93 mile range.

I expect both those numbers to drop quickly once I get in the car to leave...
Wow you guys are really getting hammered up there. Good thing it will warm up to a balmy 20F on Friday
Yikes you're a serious EV pioneer if your first months of ownership are under those conditions!
Great that you're having a good attitude about it. <100 mile range is just fine for daily use for most of us ...
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@Dantrium Did you notice any drop in battery charge when you parked it outside in the cold? It was pretty cold (for DC) last night, about 9 degrees, and I noticed my battery dropped from 85% at 11 PM last night to 76% at 9 AM this morning. Maybe the car used the charge to keep the battery warm? I did run the climate for about 15 minutes this morning to heat the interior before checking the charge. I then took a 30 min ride (4 miles) in 12 degree weather and my consumption was 86.6 kWh/100 mi. I had the climate running for the whole time.
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@Dantrium Did you notice any drop in battery charge when you parked it outside in the cold? It was pretty cold (for DC) last night, about 9 degrees, and I noticed my battery dropped from 85% at 11 PM last night to 76% at 9 AM this morning. Maybe the car used the charge to keep the battery warm? I did run the climate for about 15 minutes this morning to heat the interior before checking the charge. I then took a 30 min ride (4 miles) in 12 degree weather and my consumption was 86.6 kWh/100 mi. I had the climate running for the whole time.
My car has only done that to me once, in which it lost a significant stated SOC parked, without using any preconditioning/remote climate. On a normal day it will sit outside for 5-10 hours and will only show a drop in SOC (~5%) after the remote climate has run.

Yesterday after sitting out for ~6 hours with the temp of -22F, I averaged ~114kWh/100 miles on a 3 mile trip with average speed of 19mph...
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