This is a good time to take stock of any degradation in the Bolt's traction battery capacity and how that compares with a 2015 Nissan Leaf we leased previously. We’re the Largest Chevy Bolt EV Online Community and Owner's Club. At 188 the GOM said I had 10 miles minimum. I went 3 miles after that. GM is under appreciated for their batteries. GM babies the batteries with charge rates and thermal management. They're absolutely stuffed with legal warnings, too: dozens and dozens of them, warning about everything from driving in bad weather (it's hazardous) to tailgates (you could bump your head). No camper or utility mode on the Bolt to keep the power on indefinitely? You are worrying way too much about the battery, this is not a Nissan leaf. It is impossible. I charged to 100% (hilltop off), and drove the car for a total of 194 miles. This is especially true of the ones with deepest discounts. Mar. Tesla Is Calling Model Y Owners For Roof Inspection After One Flew Off. Haven't gotten the OBD stuff right yet, so on a trip I made today. Our 2017 Bolt LT was built in December of 2016.
So I had mused with adding solar panels and getting one of those mini split heat pumps to heat and cool the garage. The battery in this car seems to be quite good.

Battery failure is prevalent, but no degradation. The first stripe is 0-5%, the next 5-10%, etc. I can't find 1 Bolt user that has even mentioned ANY battery degradation. 6, 2017: My 2017 Chevy Bolt Premier rolls off the assembly line. If someone measured a flat 0, their sample size and/or measurement methodology is deeply flawed/insufficient. With the Volt if at new you got 10.4 kWh you can see your degradation if a few years later you're getting 10.2 out of the battery. If it's that post you are talking about, the problem was the way to calculate degradation that wasn't quite good. 43 Posts . The car's manual says capacity may drop by 10 to 40 percent over the life of the battery… (Find it on page 322 of the owner's manual in .PDF form; it runs a hefty 360 pages.). They used the KWH used reading from the dash display.

I'm curious how my battery is doing. It doesn't matter how windy it is, rain, etc. Our take is that the lawyers insisted on putting the maximum possible degradation in that sentence to be able to say that owners were warned about the worst-possible outcome. Their density and longevity is on par or better than Tesla. Given its long range, very few Bolt EVs are likely to deplete the battery entirely, right down to zero capacity, which can also affect durability. Press J to jump to the feed.

I made the right decision. They never maintained such a car in those days. Your battery will be fine for 300,000 miles. No problems. So, this thread is making me wonder whether I should have shopped around for a car that had not been on a dealer's lot during the Phoenix summer. Generally, the answer is "no," but there's no denying that the car may not deliver the EPA-rated range it had when it was new after 10 years and 100,000-plus miles. A 40-percent loss probably wouldn't; that would cut the 238-mile range to 143 miles. And I've been in-between. 10:35 Does that much degradation actually matter? But we digress.). It seems like the greater delay is NOT between ordering and receiving the pallet, but between sending the old for refurbish and receipt of same (fixed). Durable 2012 Chevrolet Volt: 300,000 miles, no battery loss.

(Find it on page 322 of the owner's manual in .PDF form; it runs a hefty 360 pages.).

Discussion Starter • #1 • 10 mo ago. Chevy, Tesla) seem to hold their capacity better than those with passive air cooling (e.g. You're way ahead of most shoppers if you're at this level of evaluation. Don't worry about it. Very frustrating to be ahead of the herd.... or is it? Don't you hate that? Also, I don’t believe GM would go to the trouble of putting that recommendation in the user manual if excessive heat (> 90*F according to them) affected battery life only within a few % points. It’s a pure software limitation / Battery management issue. Our Bolt was delivered new to our dealer, and we bought it that SAME day. The 8% fade is worth 15-20 miles of range. I'm fairly sure there was a flashing yellow bar (or actually two) at the bottom. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. By and large, their indexes are atrocious (often using only manufacturer terms like "connected multimedia infotainment system" for what we used to call a stereo). Regen is seemingly not counted. That's generally how Volt owners have been reporting either no or small amounts of degradation. Chevrolet Bolt EV battery seems to be okay, but perhaps not as robust as one would hope. You can find all kinds of things that they have tried. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV General Discussion Forum, VerticalScope Inc., 111 Peter Street, Suite 901, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2H1, Canada. According to Edmunds, the 2019 Bolt Premier that I leased on 9/15/19 had been on the dealer's lot for 138 days, which means the dealer took delivery around 4/30/19. Here's hoping for an "early return"! It's fair to say that a 10-percent loss after 100,000 miles—which would cut the Bolt EV's rated range from 238 miles to 214 miles—would likely be shrugged off by owners. I just looked at the battery capacity reading in Torque Pro and it is still showing 95% of nominal (56.9 kWh out of 60).
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This is a good time to take stock of any degradation in the Bolt's traction battery capacity and how that compares with a 2015 Nissan Leaf we leased previously. We’re the Largest Chevy Bolt EV Online Community and Owner's Club. At 188 the GOM said I had 10 miles minimum. I went 3 miles after that. GM is under appreciated for their batteries. GM babies the batteries with charge rates and thermal management. They're absolutely stuffed with legal warnings, too: dozens and dozens of them, warning about everything from driving in bad weather (it's hazardous) to tailgates (you could bump your head). No camper or utility mode on the Bolt to keep the power on indefinitely? You are worrying way too much about the battery, this is not a Nissan leaf. It is impossible. I charged to 100% (hilltop off), and drove the car for a total of 194 miles. This is especially true of the ones with deepest discounts. Mar. Tesla Is Calling Model Y Owners For Roof Inspection After One Flew Off. Haven't gotten the OBD stuff right yet, so on a trip I made today. Our 2017 Bolt LT was built in December of 2016.
So I had mused with adding solar panels and getting one of those mini split heat pumps to heat and cool the garage. The battery in this car seems to be quite good.

Battery failure is prevalent, but no degradation. The first stripe is 0-5%, the next 5-10%, etc. I can't find 1 Bolt user that has even mentioned ANY battery degradation. 6, 2017: My 2017 Chevy Bolt Premier rolls off the assembly line. If someone measured a flat 0, their sample size and/or measurement methodology is deeply flawed/insufficient. With the Volt if at new you got 10.4 kWh you can see your degradation if a few years later you're getting 10.2 out of the battery. If it's that post you are talking about, the problem was the way to calculate degradation that wasn't quite good. 43 Posts . The car's manual says capacity may drop by 10 to 40 percent over the life of the battery… (Find it on page 322 of the owner's manual in .PDF form; it runs a hefty 360 pages.). They used the KWH used reading from the dash display.

I'm curious how my battery is doing. It doesn't matter how windy it is, rain, etc. Our take is that the lawyers insisted on putting the maximum possible degradation in that sentence to be able to say that owners were warned about the worst-possible outcome. Their density and longevity is on par or better than Tesla. Given its long range, very few Bolt EVs are likely to deplete the battery entirely, right down to zero capacity, which can also affect durability. Press J to jump to the feed.

I made the right decision. They never maintained such a car in those days. Your battery will be fine for 300,000 miles. No problems. So, this thread is making me wonder whether I should have shopped around for a car that had not been on a dealer's lot during the Phoenix summer. Generally, the answer is "no," but there's no denying that the car may not deliver the EPA-rated range it had when it was new after 10 years and 100,000-plus miles. A 40-percent loss probably wouldn't; that would cut the 238-mile range to 143 miles. And I've been in-between. 10:35 Does that much degradation actually matter? But we digress.). It seems like the greater delay is NOT between ordering and receiving the pallet, but between sending the old for refurbish and receipt of same (fixed). Durable 2012 Chevrolet Volt: 300,000 miles, no battery loss.

(Find it on page 322 of the owner's manual in .PDF form; it runs a hefty 360 pages.).

Discussion Starter • #1 • 10 mo ago. Chevy, Tesla) seem to hold their capacity better than those with passive air cooling (e.g. You're way ahead of most shoppers if you're at this level of evaluation. Don't worry about it. Very frustrating to be ahead of the herd.... or is it? Don't you hate that? Also, I don’t believe GM would go to the trouble of putting that recommendation in the user manual if excessive heat (> 90*F according to them) affected battery life only within a few % points. It’s a pure software limitation / Battery management issue. Our Bolt was delivered new to our dealer, and we bought it that SAME day. The 8% fade is worth 15-20 miles of range. I'm fairly sure there was a flashing yellow bar (or actually two) at the bottom. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. By and large, their indexes are atrocious (often using only manufacturer terms like "connected multimedia infotainment system" for what we used to call a stereo). Regen is seemingly not counted. That's generally how Volt owners have been reporting either no or small amounts of degradation. Chevrolet Bolt EV battery seems to be okay, but perhaps not as robust as one would hope. You can find all kinds of things that they have tried. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV General Discussion Forum, VerticalScope Inc., 111 Peter Street, Suite 901, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2H1, Canada. According to Edmunds, the 2019 Bolt Premier that I leased on 9/15/19 had been on the dealer's lot for 138 days, which means the dealer took delivery around 4/30/19. Here's hoping for an "early return"! It's fair to say that a 10-percent loss after 100,000 miles—which would cut the Bolt EV's rated range from 238 miles to 214 miles—would likely be shrugged off by owners. I just looked at the battery capacity reading in Torque Pro and it is still showing 95% of nominal (56.9 kWh out of 60).
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A few years back, I bought a 2012 Miev, with 900 miles on it. The Bolt has active thermal management which will kick on even if it's unplugged so long as the battery is >30% charge. My car has always been in the 55 to 56 kWh capacity range. It's early days yet, but so far, electric cars with liquid-conditioned batteries (e.g. Battery Degradation Comparison Chevy Bolt EV and Nissan Leaf. On the battery display it showed 54.4 Kwh used to go the 194 miles with an average of 3.6 miles/Kwh. Depending on use, the battery may degrade as little as 10 percent to as much as 40 percent of capacity over the warranty period. He commutes 6,500 miles per month from home to his job as a millwright in GM's assembly plant in Lordstown, Ohio.

I've been there. When's the last time you sat down and read large parts of an owner's manual for a car? Looks like they don't account for the top buffer but it's good to see slow as molasses DCFC charge curve chosen by GM is (probably) paying dividends here. The battery in this car seems to be quite good. At least it's under warranty and relatively cheap to replace. So, if you charge to 100% and then watch the top five bars disappear, the moment the last one vanishes and you hit the 75% gradation, you know you have.

I politely disagree, and I even upvoted your comment. We’re the Largest Chevy Bolt EV Online Community and Owner's Club. CHECK OUT: Durable 2012 Chevrolet Volt: 300,000 miles, no battery loss, GM spokesman Fred Liguouri hints at that, telling CNet Roadshow via e-mail that only "under extreme circumstances" would an owner be likely to "see a 40-percent reduction in range over the course of the 8-year/100,000 mile warranty.".

This is a good time to take stock of any degradation in the Bolt's traction battery capacity and how that compares with a 2015 Nissan Leaf we leased previously. We’re the Largest Chevy Bolt EV Online Community and Owner's Club. At 188 the GOM said I had 10 miles minimum. I went 3 miles after that. GM is under appreciated for their batteries. GM babies the batteries with charge rates and thermal management. They're absolutely stuffed with legal warnings, too: dozens and dozens of them, warning about everything from driving in bad weather (it's hazardous) to tailgates (you could bump your head). No camper or utility mode on the Bolt to keep the power on indefinitely? You are worrying way too much about the battery, this is not a Nissan leaf. It is impossible. I charged to 100% (hilltop off), and drove the car for a total of 194 miles. This is especially true of the ones with deepest discounts. Mar. Tesla Is Calling Model Y Owners For Roof Inspection After One Flew Off. Haven't gotten the OBD stuff right yet, so on a trip I made today. Our 2017 Bolt LT was built in December of 2016.
So I had mused with adding solar panels and getting one of those mini split heat pumps to heat and cool the garage. The battery in this car seems to be quite good.

Battery failure is prevalent, but no degradation. The first stripe is 0-5%, the next 5-10%, etc. I can't find 1 Bolt user that has even mentioned ANY battery degradation. 6, 2017: My 2017 Chevy Bolt Premier rolls off the assembly line. If someone measured a flat 0, their sample size and/or measurement methodology is deeply flawed/insufficient. With the Volt if at new you got 10.4 kWh you can see your degradation if a few years later you're getting 10.2 out of the battery. If it's that post you are talking about, the problem was the way to calculate degradation that wasn't quite good. 43 Posts . The car's manual says capacity may drop by 10 to 40 percent over the life of the battery… (Find it on page 322 of the owner's manual in .PDF form; it runs a hefty 360 pages.). They used the KWH used reading from the dash display.

I'm curious how my battery is doing. It doesn't matter how windy it is, rain, etc. Our take is that the lawyers insisted on putting the maximum possible degradation in that sentence to be able to say that owners were warned about the worst-possible outcome. Their density and longevity is on par or better than Tesla. Given its long range, very few Bolt EVs are likely to deplete the battery entirely, right down to zero capacity, which can also affect durability. Press J to jump to the feed.

I made the right decision. They never maintained such a car in those days. Your battery will be fine for 300,000 miles. No problems. So, this thread is making me wonder whether I should have shopped around for a car that had not been on a dealer's lot during the Phoenix summer. Generally, the answer is "no," but there's no denying that the car may not deliver the EPA-rated range it had when it was new after 10 years and 100,000-plus miles. A 40-percent loss probably wouldn't; that would cut the 238-mile range to 143 miles. And I've been in-between. 10:35 Does that much degradation actually matter? But we digress.). It seems like the greater delay is NOT between ordering and receiving the pallet, but between sending the old for refurbish and receipt of same (fixed). Durable 2012 Chevrolet Volt: 300,000 miles, no battery loss.

(Find it on page 322 of the owner's manual in .PDF form; it runs a hefty 360 pages.).

Discussion Starter • #1 • 10 mo ago. Chevy, Tesla) seem to hold their capacity better than those with passive air cooling (e.g. You're way ahead of most shoppers if you're at this level of evaluation. Don't worry about it. Very frustrating to be ahead of the herd.... or is it? Don't you hate that? Also, I don’t believe GM would go to the trouble of putting that recommendation in the user manual if excessive heat (> 90*F according to them) affected battery life only within a few % points. It’s a pure software limitation / Battery management issue. Our Bolt was delivered new to our dealer, and we bought it that SAME day. The 8% fade is worth 15-20 miles of range. I'm fairly sure there was a flashing yellow bar (or actually two) at the bottom. For a better experience, please enable JavaScript in your browser before proceeding. By and large, their indexes are atrocious (often using only manufacturer terms like "connected multimedia infotainment system" for what we used to call a stereo). Regen is seemingly not counted. That's generally how Volt owners have been reporting either no or small amounts of degradation. Chevrolet Bolt EV battery seems to be okay, but perhaps not as robust as one would hope. You can find all kinds of things that they have tried. 2017+ Chevy Bolt EV General Discussion Forum, VerticalScope Inc., 111 Peter Street, Suite 901, Toronto, Ontario, M5V 2H1, Canada. According to Edmunds, the 2019 Bolt Premier that I leased on 9/15/19 had been on the dealer's lot for 138 days, which means the dealer took delivery around 4/30/19. Here's hoping for an "early return"! It's fair to say that a 10-percent loss after 100,000 miles—which would cut the Bolt EV's rated range from 238 miles to 214 miles—would likely be shrugged off by owners. I just looked at the battery capacity reading in Torque Pro and it is still showing 95% of nominal (56.9 kWh out of 60).

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