Nissan Leaf Range Table v3
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Hours 120VHours 120VBatteryGidsEnergySOCBattery BatteryEconomyRangeTrip 100%Trip 80%Instructions:
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100% charge80% chargeBars%%kWhkWhmiles/kWhmilesmiles miles
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usableestimateusableor km/kWhor kmor kmor kmThis chart can be used to determine the estimated distance your Nissan Leaf can travel
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on a single 80% or 100% charge. Although the chart is well-researched and generally
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100% Charge-:--12281100%94%15.015.005.4810 quite accurate, your proverbial mileage might vary. To download click "File -> Download As".
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1:301126594%88%14.11765
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2:001125992%86%13.81756The chart accommodates both most commonly used charging modes. Please
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2:301125490%85%13.51738ignore the values that don't apply to you. You will need to be able to bring up
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3:001124888%83%13.217110the charging time display on the dash. There is a cluster of four buttons the left
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3:301024386%81%12.927011side of the instrument panel, above the charging door release handle. You can
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4:001023784%79%12.626813adjust the trip computer and dash display there.
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80% Charge4:30-:--1023282%77%12.3267140
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5:001:001022680%75%12.0265162The charging time display will show two values: one for 240V and another for 120V.
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5:301:30922178%74%11.7263183Please use only the 120V value. If you use a 80% charge timer, the readout will be
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6:002:00921576%72%11.43621954 hours behind what you would get when charging to 100%. The chart has two
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6:302:30921074%70%11.1360216separate columns to accommodate this difference. Find the row that corresponds to
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7:003:00920472%68%10.8358238the number of hours on your charging time display, and the range column will display
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7:303:30819970%66%10.53572410your remaning range. The total range is highlighted in the upper section of the table.
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8:004:00819368%64%10.23552611
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8:304:30818866%63%9.94542713The estimate should be pretty accurate, provided that the trip energy economy and the
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9:005:00818264%61%9.64522914usable battery capacity are accurate as well. It's not recommended to drive the Leaf
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9:305:30717762%59%9.34503116beyond the very low battery warning on a regular basis, and the chart provides
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10:006:00717160%57%9.04493218a range estimate on the lower right for this use case too.
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10:306:30716658%55%8.75473419
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11:007:00716056%53%8.45463521Note the two red fields; their value is adjustable. It's a good idea to reset the
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11:307:30615554%52%8.15443723energy economy gauge after each charge, and sometimes even before a trip.
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3.9212:008:00614952%50%7.85423924Knowing your actual economy is important when figuring how far you can
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-8:30614450%48%7.55414026travel. Most drivers can achieve 4 m/kWh easily. Hypermilers can get 5 to
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13:009:00613848%46%7.263942276 m/kWh. However, this figure can drop below 3 m/kWh in adverse conditions.
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-9:30513346%44%6.96384329
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14:0010:00512744%42%6.66364531If possible, please use trickle charging only to top off to 80% or 100%. Don't use it for
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15:0011:00411640%39%6.06334834partial charges in the middle of the range. Do not start the vehicle while it's charging.
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17:0013:00410536%35%5.47305137Please don't use preconditioning when charging on 120V either. The display could
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16:0012:0039432%31%4.87265540lose its point of reference, and you need to top off to 80 or 100% on 120V to recalibrate.
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18:0014:0038329%28%4.28235843
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19:0015:0027225%24%3.68206147The chart assumes 21 kWh of usable battery capacity. This value should work
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20:0016:0026121%20%3.09176450for the majority of Leaf owners. If you are driving in cold weather or are experiencing
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21:0017:0015017%17%2.49136853significant battery degradation, you will need to adjust this value. A drop of 30F
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Low Batt.Low Batt.14916%16%2.44136853results in about 7% lower usable battery capacity. There are a few owners that
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22:0018:0013913%13%1.90107156have reported 22 kWh (or more) usable battery capacity in favorable ambient temps.
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23:0019:000289%9%1.3077460
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V. Low Batt.V. Low Batt.0247%8%1.085.87561A good way to measure this value is to charge to 100%, be sure to top off using
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24:0020:000175%6%0.703.87763the trickle charger. Reset the energy economy gauge and the trip meter. Then drive
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Ltd. PowerLtd. Power092%3%0.271.58065until the battery is half empty (5 battery bars or 12:30 hours on the 120V charging time
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25:0021:00081%3%0.221.28065display), and divide the trip miles by the trip energy economy. Multiply the resulting
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TurtleTurtle071%2%0.160.98066value by 2, and you should have your full usable battery capacity.
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DeadDead040%1%0.000.08167
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