GerryAZ wrote: ↑
Wed Jan 29, 2020 10:23 pm
I will post more detailed results after my 6-month discharge test, but here are the LEAF Spy numbers as of tonight: AHr=173.12 SOH=98.14% Hx=113.81% ODO=10,583 QC=3 L1/L2=82. I saw a slight increase in AHr and SOH at about 2-1/2 months and another small increase at about 5-1/2 months with gradual decreases from new and after each jump. I suspect the increases were at about 90 days and 180 days after the car was activated in the factory.
Thanks for posting this information. I"m interested in anything you or others can share as to how well the latest plus batteries are holding up in the hotter climates as well as how they hold up for those who fast-charge more often.
Note that it's hard to be sure (I don't speak Spanish) but based on a few stations coming up on the plugshare map, and a couple of website visits, it appears that Nissan may be expanding the availability of the Leaf at some of the dealers just south of Arizona. If so, then the question of how the pack holds up in the heat will also be relevant for those drivers.