goldbrick wrote:Not really. The general consensus was the 30kWh packs were faring worse than the 24kWh packs but within the last week or so Nissan has issued a service bulletin that says the calculations of the BMS are wrong and the packs are actually doing better than the car reports.
Which actually makes more than a little sense. There is no difference in the battery chemistry of the 24kWh and 30kWh packs, so the claims of more rapid degradation in the 30kWh packs was always hard to understand. (shows one more time that general consensus is only useful when it has some rational basis)