I believe I have the LED lights, as I have the 2012 SL. I was able better to see forward once I got used to the adjustment wheel, but seeing to the side is very difficult. After a few minutes of looking I haven't yet run across a thread about this, though I suppose maybe there could be.
Whenever I am making a turn on a poorly lit city street, whether to right or left, I feel as though I am driving blind for 10 or 20 feet until the car gets going in the direction that I am looking. I suppose this may be true, to some extent, for many cars, but perhaps it is exaggerated by the LED lights? I must admit, I haven't really tested, prior to writing this post, as to whether the other cars I drive or ride in are worse or better in this area.
In any event, I'm wondering if the difficulty in night-time seeing at a 90 degree angle to the path of the carcould be ameliorated. The auto companies must have looked at this question and found some answers. I suppose one way might be Tucker style lights that turn to some extent with the car (IIRC). Perhaps there is some reason that I don't know about that these are not widely implemented.
I wouldn't bother about it too much, and my lease is up in about 7 months, but I figure as I near the end of my use of the car, it's an opportunity to think back and give constructively-intended feedback to Nissan. This seems like a safety issue, and not an EV issue, and one that continues to come up for me almost every day, so I figured I'd leave a comment on this point.