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Hi guys, I have the ARIYA Evolve+ with an extended battery range of 289 miles.
Anytime I charge it, I get a range of 218 miles on my Nissan Connect dashboard and the same on the car's dashboard.
I have tried reaching out to Nissan several times for help but no one from Customer Care seems to have answers.
I was told to contact my dealer and my dealer is also saying I should contact Nissan.
Any help on this issue will help and I want to know if anyone else is experiencing this as well.
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Hi guys, I have the ARIYA Evolve+ with an extended battery range of 289 miles.
Anytime I charge it, I get a range of 218 miles on my Nissan Connect dashboard and the same on the car's dashboard.
I have tried reaching out to Nissan several times for help but no one from Customer Care seems to have answers.
I was told to contact my dealer and my dealer is also saying I should contact Nissan.
Any help on this issue will help and I want to know if anyone else is experiencing this as well.
 

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Lots of posts on this forum elsewhere about standard reductions in range resulting from low temperatures and higher speeds. Expect a ten to twenty per cent reduction in range a very low temps and high speeds.
 

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I have the Evolve+ and I have not experienced that issue with charging. When I charge to 80%, my estimated range is just over 300 miles. I also have driven the car for 16 days with numerous charging sessions.

I'm surprised that the dealer didn't suggest that you bring the car in to be looked at. Maybe call your Ariya personal assistant and see what they say.
 

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I have the Evolve+ and I have not experienced that issue with charging. When I charge to 80%, my estimated range is just over 300 miles. I also have driven the car for 16 days with numerous charging sessions.

I'm surprised that the dealer didn't suggest that you bring the car in to be looked at. Maybe call your Ariya personal assistant and see what they say.
I don't have a personal assistant yet. I saw the email but never got any update on that.
 

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I think what people seem to be forgetting is that range is very much affected by temperature, how you drive, load, etc. 304 is the “up to” range. Meaning almost no one is getting that. You would have to drive in eco mode, Estep on, and be perfect to hit those numbers. N an empty car with just the driver, a person that weighs 115 lbs will get better range than someone weighing 215. Just the nature of the beast.
 

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My Leafs didn’t report ~10% range shortfalls like the Ariya does, or require e-Pedal to report full range at 100%. The Ariya’s being driven/charged in a climate with 60-degree daily temperatures, no significant load, etc. My experience is markedly less than what was marketed, even without being used in snow or lots of other weight.

Based on the independent testing spreadsheet shared earlier in this forum, it looks like Nissan may have some history of overstating range by 11%? In any case, advertising a car’s range based on what a bone-thin driver might get with hypermile techniques and no load strikes me as ridiculous.
 

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We went for a big loop around TN and north GA over the weekend looking for a dealer that could actually sell us an Ariya (they won't) and I test drove 3 different Engage trims which of course all have the smaller 63kwh battery. The first one was indicating 155 miles at 83% SOC, the 2nd was showing 224 miles at 98% and the 3rd was 215 miles at 89%. If you extrapolate these numbers out for 100% SOC (186, 228 and 241) I guess it's possible the Ariya's "GOM" has some bugs to work out.
I guess if you really want to know what's going on maybe try a 55mph range test and see what you get.
The real world energy available is just that so It should be close to 289 miles at those speeds regardless of what the app thinks it is.
 
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