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What does the full range charge read on your P90DL?

edited February 2016 in Model S
416km / 258miles (4 days old)
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  • edited November -1
    About the same. If I look at the projected range in the range app it shows a bit more depending on how I have been driving. My 90% is 232 miles. Mine was made back in October/November, Delivered in Norway in December and then shipped to the UAE and it arrived in Feb this year.
  • edited February 2016
    @WattsThatGrin - haven't done 100% in a while, but was 265 when new and 256 two months and 3000 miles later, with warm weather at first and cooler later. Southern California doesn't get major temperature swings, though. At 90% I usually see about 229-230 miles. August 2015 P90DL received in September. I probably won't go to 100% anymore except maybe once or twice a year just out of curiosity.
  • edited March 2016
    I bought a P90DL DEMO car with 5000 miles on the odometer. The day I picked it up it was at 253 Miles on 100% charge. I picked it up at the Fremont Factory location and drove it down the coast. I charged to 100% 2 more times on that drive and it went up to 256 both times. Since then I have charged to 100% several more times in order to have enough range to drive to Los Angeles and back and now I am consistently at 253 miles @ 100% max. Most every day I charge it to the line on the charge meter and that gets me to 232 miles. I wanted speed and I use it but thought that the 90 would get about 260-70 instead of 250ish.
  • edited March 2016
    Roughly six months ago I had a P85D loaner over night and charged it to 411km / 255 miles. It seems P90D owners don't get the 6% range increase as promissed! Tesla needs to fix this.
  • edited April 2016
    After less than 6 weeks of ownership I'm down to 411km / 255 miles (sometimes only 408 / 253) with my P90DL. WTF!
    Others?
  • edited April 2016
    I get 254 miles on my P85D with 25,000 miles.

    Sorry

    8-)

    But I rally do.
  • edited April 2016
    That is P85DL
  • edited November -1
    @George with SacEV That's what I say and I'm happy for you, really! But what did we P90DL buyers spend the 3 grand on again? Hello, Tesla!?!
  • edited November -1
    The indicated full charge range cannot be used as an accurate measure of battery health or capacity. It is a mathematical algorithm that is affected by driving style, weather, and multiple other factors that have nothing to do with your battery. We really need to post this at the top of the forum because it is such a commonly misunderstood issue for new owners, and many not so new owners also.
  • edited November 2016
    I get 273 on 100% on the P90DL... 4k miles ... assuming this will drop quickly to the 250's
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