So, I was at a local dealer to get the "required" annual battery report done. Service advisor asked how many capacity bars I had. I answered 11.
He mentioned he bought a used '13 Leaf and it had 8 bars but soon after dropped to 7. I told him about the build month 4/2013 thru model year '14 improvement, temperatures, high SoC, etc. He took me to his Leaf and sure enough, it was built 3/2013 and was an S trim.
I told him about the 100K mile '13 Leaf in the Seattle area all 12 bars and the Phoenician w/same build month as mine who lost his 4th bar in late 2016 (http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 95#p473995
He didn't know where his car resided before off the top of his head other than Bay Area, but he could check.
He wondered why Nissan doesn't cool the batteries and wondered about why bad cells can't be swapped out. I replied about how they usually aged evenly and thus wouldn't do much good. But, I told him to look up CVLI test in the service manual. I also showed him some screenshots from Leaf Spy. At the end, I told him about LELink and Leaf Spy Pro in the App Store (he was carrying an iPhone).
He seemed ok w/what he got (he said he got it cheap) due to saving $ on buying gas. And, I guess it met his range needs as he could at least L2 charge for free at his dealer.