Thanks Mo. I think ours was only at 101% SOH new, I need to check my screen grabs to be sure. Even then I think it only showed 40kWh. We’ve done 4.5k so far. Range is great, we did Cambridge to Leeds non-stop on Tuesday with 25 miles left remaining. It’s just be good to know how far one can push it when it’s getting low.
That is only partly true. It's a combination of age, cycles, average depth of each cycle, time battery spends on the highest voltage it can handle. Add to that the position of the planets when it was manufactured, local earth ray intensity and then some. NOTHING with batteries is simple, intuitive or straightforward.
I bought a used Renault Zoe 2013.
For all of you that do not know this, the base warranty was for 4 years and the powertrain warranty was on offer for five years. Sadly for those who have not brought a manufacturers warranty complaint before September 2018 has no course of action.
Well Zoe failed her MOT today, Suspension arm ball joint excessively worn nearside and offside. Only 16000 miles on a year 2015 car. Is this a common failure on the Zoe? Must admit she is on her second set on front tyres. Maybe the front suspension can't take the weight of the batteries.
The wikipedia entry on the Zoe is out of date with respect to newer models with better motors and high battery capacities and faster charging etc.
I'm not an expert on the variants of the Zoe and its recent updates. Perhaps someone who is can please update the page? thanks...