Tag: battery degradation
This Chevrolet Bolt EV now has 92% of capacity/range. The 8% fade is worth a loss of 15-20 miles of electric range.
Even if the capacity fade is higher than average for Tesla, the range is still high enough to not be of a concern to most drivers.
Watch as James judges the amount of battery degradation his Nissan electric hatchback has experienced over its eight-month life.
What caused this Tesla battery to need replacing? How can you avoid this problem and what will it cost if it's already unavoidable?
Nissan released a statement today on a fix for 2016 and 2017 LEAF battery electric cars that are experiencing indications that their vehicles’ 30 kWh batteries...
Bjørn Nyland tested its available battery capacity in Tesla Model X and figured out around 3% loss after 35,000 km (21,750 miles).
These three best practices will help your Tesla Model 3 battery last as long as possible. This video provides a short, easy-to-understand tutorial on how to use...
Tesla Model S and Model X owners can sleep well as battery capacity in their cars doesn't change much over mileage. Battery could stand for 500,000 miles till...
Analysis of 1382 measures of battery State of Health from 283 Nissan LEAFS has detected a faster rate of decline for 30 kWh variants.
Based on an updated study, Tesla batteries could live for three million miles. For practical purposes, however, they will exceed ICE cars by quadruple.
Lithium-ion batteries are what make battery-electric vehicles (BEVs) possible and Tesla builds the epitome of such long-range EVs. What's there to know?
Many people wonder how long the battery in their Tesla, or Nissan LEAF, or any other EV is going to last. Let's take a look at EV battery degradation.
Steve Marsh's 2011 Nissan LEAF loses fifth battery capacity bar at 141,000 miles. Range is now lower by at least 40%.
We now know that a UK Nissan LEAF taxi with over 100,000 miles on its odometer shows only 12.5% battery degradation.
If my calculations are correct, 0.5 % degradation or 2 km of typical range in a Tesla Model S after 33,000 miles. That's 10 times better than Tesla Roadster.