Actual KwH remaining

Discussion in 'Hyundai Kona Electric' started by niall mcgrath, Sep 7, 2019.

  1. niall mcgrath

    niall mcgrath New Member

    Hi all, I'm new here, hopefully someone can answer this question-I cannot find the answer online, I have a 64KwH Kona here in Ireland, very happy, the country is just the right size for a car of this range, the spec isn't great on the Irish model but we are happy.
    Let us assume that in a few years I wish to sell the car, where in all the menus is the actual remaining max KwH capacity of the car, say I want to show a prospective buyer what capacity remains in the battery (hopefully in the high 50's or low 60's KwH by then). I have looked in all the menus but I cannot find this value.
    I fear that I may have to show a buyer a fully charged car and just show them the range display and that isn't realistic.
    Hopefully someone knows, thanks.
     
  2. BlueKonaEV

    BlueKonaEV Active Member

    I believe that you will need a scan tool. It will show the condition of your Lithium cells.
     
  3. electriceddy

    electriceddy Well-Known Member

    Good start for you here, and its local:
    https://www.speakev.com/threads/obd2-scanner.140344/
     
  4. Tony M.

    Tony M. New Member

    Or you can just estimate based on the range you're getting. In fact, you're more likely to be asked about range than available battery capacity.
     
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  5. victor_2019

    victor_2019 Active Member

    range is hugely dependent on how you drive.

    my girlfriend gets 11-13 kwh/100 km and I usually get 14-15 kwh/100 km average.

    that's a range anywhere from 425 km to 600 km
     

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