What part of the country do you live in? Is the weather getting cold?
95% of our charging is done at EA, and all but one was to 80%. With over 11,000 miles, I have not noticed any degradation at all, according to the GOM.In general, EV battery degradation isn’t linear. A new battery will degrade more in the initial year or two, and then the rate of degradation will typically taper off.
Everyone encounters this since the Guess-O-Meter mileage changes drastically based on your recent driving (last 100 miles or so.) So it changes often with temperature, speed, wind, rain, etc. Its not any indidcation of battery degradation. Just turn on or off your AC or heat and watch it change back and forth.Anyone else encounter this yet?
This is likely just the GOM (guess-o-meter), or range indicator estimating your range based on your driving habits. I got my ID in April and it is the same but I’m in Florida. Do a lot of slow, city driving below 55 mph and you will see it go back up again. Highway speeds bring the range down the most. Also running the heat or a/c.I’ve had my id4 since May. Going on 6 months now. Charging from 30 or 40% to 80% to 90% at home every night. At 90% I would start the day with about 235-240 miles. Now it only charges to 200 miles at 90%.
I get that the battery might loose power over time but only after 6 months? Where am I gonna be in another 6?
Anyone else encounter this yet? I wonder if this might fall under the battery warranty.
mom taking it in for recalls. I’ll have them check the battery just in case.95% of our charging is done at EA, and all but one was to 80%. With over 11,000 miles, I have not noticed any degradation at all, according to the GOM.
I live near Allentown. Step 1?@MTS I am in Pennsylvania as well and I have been on step 1 for about 3 weeks now. What area do you live in? I am in the Lebanon County area.
I absolutely drive like a maniac. I know I drain the battery doing so. Just didn’t think it would “top off” at 200 miles.I seen no evidence of battery deg here.
Looks like colder temperatures and maybe some less economical diving recently?
It’s still just looking at last XX miles/kilometers, do you think? Or does it really take into account weather? I’m guessing the former… (PS: Thanks for all the informative YouTube videos?”!)Winter is Coming.. Or arrived already.
When it's cold it's consuming more. Need to warm the battery (if under 12c) and as result your Guess!!! - o-meter will take it in account what your approx range will be with history it knew in driving style (last 50mi orso) and also the current consumption. Some calculation happens and your range will be shown.
You won't hit the the summer ranges anymore till.. You guess it right.. Its summer.
Normal for any EV
The car just looks at the last miles driven as well as current consumption.It’s still just looking at last XX miles/kilometers, do you think? Or does it really take into account weather? I’m guessing the former… (PS: Thanks for all the informative YouTube videos?”!)