Lots of the thread is devoted to analog v digital speedometer discussion.
The solution is clear to me. Give the customer the option since we seem to be evenly split. My $1,000 desktop computer or $500 laptop can have a analog or digital clock, why not my $30,000 car?
Tesla give their customers many customization, Nissan need to learn the same trick. Default choices for those who don't care, options for those who do.
As for the GOM. Pay the author of LEAFSpy for his algorithms and implement them in the LEAF. With the latest adjustments for cold weather/battery LEAFSpy is accurate within 1 mile over a 38 mile one way commute. Here's how I achieve that amazing accuracy. I read the miles/kWh off the LEAF dash and put it into Leafspy. Bingo. Nissan could feed the miles/KwH automatically into the algorithm. Don't make me think!
Bigger battery? Yes please and thank you!! With a bigger battery/range Charging needs to be L1/L2 for home and work. L3 for public locations. Nissan should be actively encouraging workplaces to install charging stations, it boosts sales, why are they not doing this already? Nissan should underwrite the build-out of a L3 network with redundancy. They have at least started this effort, just forgot to build in redundancy and assure 24/7 access. Did you know the L3 Blink units at Cracker Barrels are disabled after the stores close? Eh?
Blue SL-e, Res 4/22/10, Ord 3/29/11, Del 7/30/11
Lost 5 Capacity bars
7/18/13 (29,206), 8/25/14 (51,728), 7/12/15 (71.108), 5/12/16 (88,362), 10/17/16 (96,532)
New Battery 12/3/16 (98,956)