Hi symos. I'm no battery expert, but from my experience with a faulty battery the dealerships can't produce a capacity reading for the battery (otherwise they'd have done that on my first couple of visits) and the car & app will both say "100% charged" which as you know is different to the battery being 100% healthy; so I'd ask them to explain more about what that 81.5% actually represents. Surely it wasn't just 'state of charge'? On the plus side, the voltage readings from the cell checks seem to confirm they're working fine - it was the individual cell checks that got the dealership to accept my battery had problems - so if the dealership stands by the cell checks then I'd hope that's enough to be confident the battery's ok.symos wrote: ↑Wed Jan 27, 2021 3:35 pmI'm looking to buy a used I-pace and are asking for a battery state of health report.
The first one I got said the health was at 81.5% (which is not normal for a car with only 4.500kms and a little over a year old).
However, the screenshot was from the main screen (not individual cells) and said "test in progress". So I asked for a re-test and individual cell report. The one I got then showed the individual cells alright, but not the state of health, instead it showed the voltage.
And do let us know if the dealership explains anything more about the 81.5% they first quoted you.