MoodyJerup wrote:Okay, thanks for your replies.
So basically from what I understand from your answers; my battery is not under 70%. But the BMU might be tweeked to channel some more range out of the system.
My Outlander is from 2013/14, and I got around 25 km on pure battery when driving mixed road and highway (120 km/h) under 20 degree Celcisius condition. Is this normal for a car/battery at this age?
I'm saying it's possible your soh is higher than the max charge level (or maybe not), the only soh measurement I would trust will be from the dealer who performs cell smoothing/dbcam procedure/and other things(?) to get it.
In regards to range, I don't know much about MY2013/14, if it has the 12 kWh battery, it started with a European NEDC all-electric range of about 52 km/32.5 miles. However, USA EPA all-electric range measures the 12 kWh at only 22 miles, or 35 km. I don't know NEDC, I know EPA, and some manufacturers rate their EPA mileage conservatively, some go the other way, and unfortunately Mitsubishi has a bad rep here (eg. https://www.nytimes.com/2016/04/21/busi ... tests.html
) ok, they have possibly the worst rep here
. So if I bought a brand new Outlander PHEV with the 12 kWh battery, I would realistically expect 18-20 miles (29-32 km) of all-electric range. Based on this I would say 25 km is well within the norms of all-electric range for your MY2013/2014.