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Tesla Model S Survey: Vehicle 277 - Model S 60 kWh

Date Odometer Standard
Rated Range
Range Mode
Rated Range
Drive Unit
Jul 26 2014 10:11 AM PDT 1,236 mi 163 mi (80%) 1,226 mi 318 Wh/mi Washington, MI
Nov 13 2015 06:07 PM PST 16,933 mi 157 mi (90%) 174 mi 16,923 mi 322 Wh/mi Washington, MI
Jan 17 2016 06:40 PM PST 18,628 mi 159 mi (90%) 178 mi 18,618 mi 327 Wh/mi Washington, MI
Mar 05 2016 10:15 AM PST 20,330 mi 180 mi (90%) 20,319 mi 333 Wh/mi Washington, MI

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Report Details

Submitted: March 5, 2016, 10:15 AM PST

Location Washington, MI 48094
Survey Vehicle ID 277 (4 reports)
Model Model S 60 kWh
Body Style Original (2012 to Early 2016)
Model Year 2014
Assembled 06/2014
Firmware Version 7.1 (2.13.77)
Wheel Size n/a
Battery Pack Part Number 1039594-01-B
Onboard Charger Single (10 kW)
Supercharger Enabled No
Date Acquired 06/18/2014
Acquired New
Odometer at Delivery  10 mi
Ownership Status Own
Drivetrain Repairs
Odometer  20,330 mi
Typical Charge 180 rated mi
Typical Charge Target 90%
Range Mode Charge n/a
Battery Swapped Yes
Number of Battery Swaps 1
Date of Last Battery Swap March 4, 2016
Odometer at Last Battery Swap  20,315 mi
Charger Replaced Yes
Number of Charger Swaps 1
Date of Last Charger Swap December 10, 2015
Odometer at Last Charger Swap  17,678 mi
Drive Unit Replaced No
Charge Rate 245V/30A
Standard Mode Charge Frequency Most days of the week
Range Mode Charge Frequency A few times per year
Superchargers Within Driving Range Yes
Supercharge Frequency Never
Use Type Daily driver, year-round
Driving Frequency Most days of the week
Typical Trip Distance 46 mi
Portion of miles driven on highways and freeways 50%
Typical Freeway Speed 75 mi/hour
Battery Drained 0
Energy Use
Trip Meter Distance  20,319 mi
Trip Meter Energy  6,766 kWh
Trip Meter Energy Efficiency 333 Wh/mi
Tesla Motors Club Username Pilot_51
According to CAN logs, the original battery was essentially perfect, but the BMS was way out-of-whack, which may have been caused by an underlying hardware issue. For example, it was reporting 30% when cell voltages, which were very well-balanced, indicated it should be over 50%. The final 90% charge of the original battery got 161 rated miles. I was not aware that my charger was replaced at the December service until I received the invoice after requesting it while scheduling the battery replacement on Feb. 29. Date of charger replacement is approximate since the service lasted about a week. I believe my original charger was Gen1 and it was replaced by Gen2.

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