awhile wrote: ↑Thu Jan 30, 2020 11:00 amI don't have a good answer for you.
I am at 9 bars with just under 70,000 miles and vehicle is on 4th year of ownership, 2016 Leaf SV (30 kWh). Warranty for battery degradation says 8 years, 100,000 miles. I am second owner of vehicle - previous owner was personal lease, I assume annual battery check was done in 2017, 2018 during that 2 year lease.
I recently did my first annual battery check only because I believe I am eligible for a replacement under warranty.
My cost at dealership was $69.95 at Mossy Nissan Kearny Mesa. Although many posters on this thread say not getting battery check won't make me ineligible, I figure this is a reasonable cost as "insurance" against any obstacles Nissan or dealership might throw at me. Plus this is first time I brought my vehicle into any place - plus they did recall fix: P9312 - leaf battery plate NTB19055. Also I received free rental car for the day while they performed recall. ...for science.
LeafSpy Pro says:
about 19.5 kWh at full charge
I dropped from 10 to 9 bar 6/2019 at SOH 72%
Thanks for your response. I am needing to get the recall repair as well. Hopefully my local dealership has a reasonable price for the battery check. I am a big proponent of proper maintenance, however a battery check report is seemingly not truly maintenance...