My 2011 Leaf SL has 90K and gets may be 50miles on a full charge to 20%. It has not seen the Dealer except for first 2 free battery checks and getting the service bulletin updated. The only time I spent money for maintenance on my Leaf is for set of tires and wheel alignment..
The efficiency has gone down - the car needs more energy to go the same distance. I'm not sure if others experience the same. It could be because of the older electronic components or the alignment on the wheels may not be great. Car also has a Grabby Brake Syndrome and I do the trick of VSP off, flooring the Brake pedal, which took care of the problem.
Since it has done 90k miles, I decided to check and lubricate the brakes. I'm glad I did that . The pads and pad spacers were completely dried up. I removed all the pads, cleaned it up, applied grease to the metal contact, where it slides in and out. Applied the grease between pad and the spacers. Now I get a pretty good braking experience. No more harsh braking.. I strongly recommend doing it. specially if you have driven it for 6 years.
79 MGB @95K
94 Honda Civic @ 250K 30mpg - Sold
07 Honda Odyssey @ 75K 24mpg
67 MGB GT EV 20K EV miles
Leafing 92,000 miles
Reserved on 7/2/2010; R4Q-1/26/2011; Ord 01/30/2011; Delivered-5/28/2011; EVSE Installed - 5/31/2011; BattPak@92k-9/12/2018