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Honda Hybrid Battery status clarrification


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Hi guys, 

Today I went and did a full inspection of a Honda Vezel (which I intended of buying) from [email protected]#rd motors. This vehicle is a 2017, 0 millage unregistered one. The summary of the status report is as below.

SOC - 35%

HV Battery total voltage - 168.75 

HV Battery usable capacity - 50%

HV Battery cell votage range - 3516.00 mV to 3519.00 mV

The supervising official said that the car was in excellent condition after the report. However my issue is why is the "Usable capacity" only 50%. I did a google search and found out that vehicles have around 70% usable capacity. Therefore, my question to you is whether these values are normal for a Vezel/Fit? Thanks in advance.

 

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I do not what their exact explanations are but I bought a GP5 with same specs and recommendation almost a year back. So far no issues with the car.

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On 8/14/2018 at 1:53 PM, Goro said:

It's a good battery. Is this FD3 or GP1/GP5?  If this is an FD3 , then this is probably newly replaced, very good battery. Because you'll rarely find an FD3 with 75% usable capacity.

Fit GP1 or Aqua. What is d best? CAA miledge 62000.. 2012. . Fell no any big issues. What is d price? Pls help.

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Honda system focus on performance and driving fun a bit more,hybrid system could get stressed and fail sooner than Toyota which operates at a lower performance level therefore less stress on the system and more durability.

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11 hours ago, Ranil... said:

Fit GP1 or Aqua. What is d best? CAA miledge 62000.. 2012. . Fell no any big issues. What is d price? Pls help.

this question is not quite relevant here isn't it? 

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