From this article here: https://insideevs.com/reviews/354688/20 ... est-drive/
No idea what "degree" of improvement it really is, but he appears to think it's noticeable. I've never had a motorcycle lane splitting situation to even test this issue either...
For 2019, ProPilot has been improved with better lane keeping assist, and the adaptive cruise control can better cope with heavy traffic situations. For example, in the 2018 version, ProPilot Assist could get confused if a motorcyclist who was lane splitting would drive by too fast or too close. This would cause the LEAF to start to accelerate to match the speed of the motorcycle only to jam on the brakes once the bike had passed so as to avoid hitting the car in front. For 2019 that behavior has been fixed.
jdcbomb wrote:A couple recent reviews of the 2019 MY appear to claim the ProPilot has been "enhanced" or "improved."
I wonder if it's possible to have Nissan upgrade the 2018 PP versions via software?
Did they say what was enhanced or improved?
2018 Leaf SV - In Service 2019 January - Location: Raleigh, NC.
2013 Leaf SL - Original In Service 2013 February - Bar Losses: 2016.10.17 - 25,843 Miles -- 2017.06.23 - 32,080 Miles -- 2018.04.10 - 37,000 Miles -- 4th: 2018.09.23 - 44,255 Miles