We inherited our 2014 S from my dad at the beginning of September. I rode my bike from Detroit to western NY and drove it back with him. The trip through Canada was a fun charging adventure but took nearly 12 hours where we normally could do under 6 hours driving with normal traffic speed. A couple places we couldn't make it from one QC to the next without an L2 somewhere.
When we got it home, it had about 24400 miles on it, SOH 94.9% (still 12 bars). Now we're up over 26700. SOH is 94.8%.
In late September, I replaced the PTC successfully, driving the Leaf from Detroit to Chicago and back to get a heater from a salvage car. Heat still works now, which is pretty nice with this week's cold snap and snow. Fingers are crossed that the heater keeps working.
Replaced two of the remaining original tires this week. They hadn't been rotated very well, and two tires had been replaced maybe 5000 miles ago. Put on a trailer hitch to carry bikes on the back, that works nice.
Generally, it meets our needs 95% of the time and we love it. But there are certain trips where fast chargers are not close enough together, and it would be nice to have one vehicle that would let us go almost anywhere, almost normally. (Still will have a truck for towing things, or going to get a new battery)
Next up, I picked up a 62 kWh Leaf Plus pack from TN (salvage yard near the plant, from development or test vehicle). Allegedly about 6000 miles on it, and that sounds reasonable because it shows 97.5% SOH. Yeah, and 172 AHr capacity, Oh Yeah.
Can't wait to get this put in the car and working!