I never got the change to run LeafSpy stats on my 2013 MY (Feb build) but the capacity is very close to the OP (determined by charge time / total kW needed). It also has 8 bars left. 49,000 miles.
So given I still have 3 years left on the "defective" warranty, would the following actions speed up an actual failure of a cell or cells resulting in an entirely new battery?
1. Fast Charge it every day during the summer in 90 F heat.
2. Keep it at 100 pct all the time and leave it for days.
3. Discharge to near 0 pct (before turtle) and leave it for days.
Was disappointed that Nissan refused any assistance request at the 5 yr 3 month mark when the fourth bar dropped. But in day to day use it still has been great for commuting, errands, etc.
2018 Leaf SV - In Service 2019 January - Location: Raleigh, NC.
2013 Leaf SL - Original In Service 2013 February - Bar Losses: 2016.10.17 - 25,843 Miles -- 2017.06.23 - 32,080 Miles -- 2018.04.10 - 37,000 Miles -- 4th: 2018.09.23 - 44,255 Miles