Let's see if I can respond to some of the questions and comments:
Yes, one set of tires at 93,000 miles
No brake parts replaced/resurfaced etc.
Battery capacity loss - I have a suspicion that starting to use QC started me down the slope.
I have tried very hard to avoid the QCs with the 2014. I have over 30,000 miles and only 26 QC sessions. Eventually the 2011 started needing multiple charges a day and I could see GID counts change - not steady but still a drop. For some time, we didn't have GID meters on phone apps. I did borrow a wired meter from Fairwood Red a couple of times.
When the temperature bars rarely would go to 8 on the 2011, I didn't charge. One afternoon I let it sit until the evening and had my Wife come get me - after dinner I came back and charged.
I'm taking the car in for a once over before I give it to my Mom. I'll update with any findings on the regeneration loss and grab/release brakes.
From other posts, it looks like I am not the first LEAF to 150,000 miles - a taxi in UK is about a week earlier. I should say I am the first non commercial owner/driver to 150,000 miles.
Thanks for all your kind comments - please share with other LEAF owners and EV want to be owners. Steve
Mileage as of May 19, 2016 is 150,000 - 147 GID at 100%
Ordered Jan. 21, 2011 Delivered May 13, 2011
Number of months with highest mileage on Carwings - 23
First LEAF to 100,000 Miles in USA if not worldwide
First non commercial LEAF to 150,000 Miles