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## P90DL Battery

## P90DL Battery

Submitted by Passion2Fly on Thu, 2018-11-01 14:11

I'm sorry for asking maybe a very common question but I'm new to the Tesla Model X.

I just purchased a CPO P90DL and it was delivered at 90% charge showing a rated range of 210 miles.

Shouldn't it be more like 225 miles? is this common for a 2 years old car with 15k miles? I have the 22" tires.

Is the rated range corrected for the tire size by the on-board computer automatically? Maybe that's the reason...

Thank you!

Triggerplz| 1 novembre 2018I have a 2016 P90DL with 22’s and 15,000 miles I get 215 miles at 90% charge I think I was getting around 225 at 90% when it was brand new, even though it says 215 miles I couldn’t drive 215 miles I probably could go about 175 actually miles and that’s a guess, it depends on a number of factors such as weather etc, at full charge I was getting around 250, I haven’t fully charged in a while so I’m not sure what it is now

Passion2Fly| 1 novembre 2018@Trigger

Wow, thanks! You're only getting 175 miles out of a 215 miles rated range? That's a huge difference. It might be that the 22" tires are not accounted for as well as the performance version losses. That's 80% of the rated miles.

I have a Model 3 RWD as well. Out of 279 miles rated range at 90%, I would probably get 250 actual miles given my driving habits, temperature, speed, A/C, heating, etc... That's 90% of the rated miles. The M3 is definitely a much more efficient car. Now, the M3 performance might get you closer to 80% as the P90DL, I don't know...

bsridesagain| 1 novembre 2018I have a 2016 P90DL with 20" tires with 50000 miles on it and I get about 206 miles of capacity with a 90% charge. I also used to get about 225 when it was brand new. The battery loses a noticeable amount of capacity within the first year or so, then loses slightly more over a much longer time span, so most of the lost capacity occurs in the first year.

I don't know about the rated range depending on tire size, but I've always assumed Tesla has that figured out and accounted for.

Redwing12| 24 juillet 2019I just got a 2016 model x p90dl. Bought it through the tesla used inventory and the range was advertised as 250 miles. upon receiving the car, i fully charged it and only got 225 miles on 100% SOC. I felt like it was false advertising because range was off by 25 miles and its a big deal for an 80k car. I could have gotten a new long range model x for the price. Ive sent a message to the resolutions@tesla.com and hopefully we can work something out.

Triggerplz| 24 juillet 2019If you had bought it New in 2016 you would have gotten 250 miles

info| 24 juillet 2019I have a 2017 MX 90D.. When new, a 90% charge gave me a 240 mile range. 2 years later and 32,000 miles, a 90% charge gives me a 220 mile range. My 2018 MX P100D + with 7,000 miles gives me a 252 mile range at 90% charge.

Redwing12| 24 juillet 2019My 90% SOC is only 190 miles... is that supposed to be normal loss at 45k miles?

Triggerplz| 24 juillet 2019My 2016 P90DL which I bought new currently gets 214 miles at a 90% charge, when new I was getting 225 at 90%. I now had 18000 miles on it

Triggerplz| 24 juillet 2019OOPS I now “HAVE” 18000 miles on it

Redwing12| 24 juillet 2019I see, but when you fully charge does it say 250 miles as an estimated range? I was thinking maybe some batteries are already dead and not charging anymore.

Redwing12| 24 juillet 2019thanks for the replies!!!

Passion2Fly| 25 juillet 2019Did you get the 22” tires? I truly believe that range is adjusted for tires. In 2016, when the car came out, there was a huge issue about range and the fact that the manufacturer didn’t mention the huge range loss with 22”. They corrected this by clearly stating that the purchase of the 22” will result in a range loss... I’m sure that they added this the “flight” computer...

Passion2Fly| 25 juillet 2019I get 238 miles at 100%. My Signature P90DL has about 25k miles... At 80% I get about 188 miles. However, the real world range is much worse... My range efficiency is between 65%-80%, depending whom I’m “racing”... 22” wheels.

Redwing12| 25 juillet 2019Mine came with the 20” rims... so disappointed about this purchase.