Mine was similar until I put a few miles on it.Hi newbie here.
I have a 2 day old Mokka e with 95miles in the clock. Today before my journey the battery was full(195miles)
I did a 44 mile round trip and battery was down to 69% and mileage left was 96! The maths don’t add up for me. Is this normal?
Are the batteries as much as the car, so when batteries are totally u, s, you throw car away aswellMine was similar until I put a few miles on it.
Also it seems to learn how many miles you get per percentage charge which makes understanding how quickly it is being charged a bit of a pain.
However it will settle down and if you try to maintain a certain level if charge as a matter of course then you'll be OK.
If you drive everywhere flat out then you'll confuse the poor thing
What is best for battery longevity is to keep away from fully charging but it's always nice to have it saying you have a 200 mile range even if you only need to do a few.
You just need to learn to plan ahead a little more unless you never do a long journey and always keep 50 miles range in hand.
Most of my journeys are really short but I top up to 80% when I hit 50% just in case.
The batteries had an 8 year warranty when I got mine but I think yours might have an extra year. Keeping a high level of charge is said to be detrimental to the longevity of the batteries and with the aphaling treatment I have had from the dealer I imagine they would try to avoid replacing them even if they do end up holding a lot less charge within warranty.
Hopefully all will settle down or become clear in due course or you'll just take everything with a pinch of salt and realise its pointless worrying about it unless you really do need to make a journey close to projected maximums but I just take it as read that I'll get no further than 160 miles without charging.