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Guest Message by DevFuse

Get you C-MAX Energi Registered in the official Ford Authorized Registry. More here.

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Who's Energi has the weakest battery? My 2013 with 55K only has 3.1kw

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#21 OFFLINE   new2energi


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Posted 08 December 2018 - 11:45 AM

I did a full EV drain of my 2013 Energi in July and got 5.1 kWh.

It has been a lease for the first 4 years of it's life (81k miles) and I don't think it was hardly plugged in.


In the last 20 months of my ownership I've put on about 2,400 kWh and ~9,200 true EV miles. No apparent degregation. I have an indoor/outdoor thermometer I keep in the back luggage space. The outdoor thermometer cable is snaked underneath the removable battery cover and shoved down one of the holes, to get as accurate feel as possible for battery temp. If >95 deg F, I try not to charge.

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#22 OFFLINE   Tony_NC


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  • My C-MAX:2013
  • Current Vehicle:2013 C Max

Posted 09 December 2018 - 04:35 AM



Your battery is amazing!  I am at 3.1kw from full charge for a 2013 with 55k total miles approx 37k battery miles.


I hope your battery keeps on goin strong!

#23 OFFLINE   Billyk24


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  • Current Vehicle:Cmax Titanium, 2005 Ford Escape Hybrid 4wd

Posted 09 December 2018 - 02:49 PM

3rd party vendor battery replacement is a potential option in the future.

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