Equates to a minimum of 30kWh/100miles. Software does not recognize lower usage.Reading both UK & US I-pace forum the max anyone has seen on GOM is 454km or 282 miles at 100% SoC - it seems to refuse to show more.
Several people including myself have reported that they could drive 10-20km before GOM range starts reducing.
Just got back from my dealer appointment and the results are as I thought...Battery was performed a health check.I have an appointment scheduled in January, first available, for the "EV" tech to look at.
Note: most appointments are at least a month out.
When I mentioned a warning popped up on the WattCat regarding low battery capacity, he just said, " we don't use third party software" or something like that. He was looking for a warning light. The theory is if there is no warning light, then no problem exists.
Average 92.5% is not great but not a disaster either. Did they give you a pathfinder printout and could you post it?Just got back from my dealer appointment and the results are as I thought...Battery was performed a health check.
All cells are within range.. and shows 92.5% average state of health.
No mention as to the total kWh capacity.
No mention as to the battery temperature.
So how does the WattCat get its kWh reading from?
And does the total kWh also vary along with SOC and mileage?
The 92.5% I realized was at around 88% SOC after driving to the dealer. I don't think the battery was at 100% when tested. Would think its SOC is important to know when doing a battery health check. Notes:Average 92.5% is not great but not a disaster either. Did they give you a pathfinder printout and could you post it?
This website has a link to submit a complaint to Jaguar USA: Jaguar Customer Service Complaints Department | HissingKitty.comI have a PDF of 3 pages of battery test data.
So how do I open a ticket with JLR Corp? Anyone done this?