I've been tracking my capacity with Torque Pro, and it's been holding steady at 15.2 kWh since March of 2020. Range on a full charge has been running around 68 miles. A little low, but I don't have the original tires on it, and my usual trips are downhill on a full charge (so not much regen), then back uphill. If I do some uphill then downhill trips, the range goes up.
Today I was concerned that the GOM read 58 miles, so I did a Torque Pro reading, and it came up 13.6 kWh! Is this real? What happened? All the cell voltages look normal.
I did do something out of the ordinary on Monday. I drove the car about 16 miles downhill, to the New Melones Tuttletown Recreation Area, using about 0.2 kWh, then left it for a couple of hours while I went for a walk. I had been meaning to try out the L2 charging station there, so I plugged the car in for a few minutes after my walk just to see whether the charger was operational. It seemed to work fine, although I didn't wait for a full charge before unplugging and driving home about 16 miles uphill.
On arriving home, I plugged in and let it charge overnight on Rate and Departure Time. It didn't have time to get to a full charge but the next morning (Tuesday) I went out for groceries and plugged in when I got home. I wasn't concerned about a low range display, because as I said, it didn't have a full charge. This morning (Wednesday) was a full charge, showing 58 miles of range and 13.6 kWh.
Any ideas? I suppose I'll just drive as usual for a while and see whether the range comes back up.
2015 Spark EV 1LT, DCFC