Reddy wrote:You're probably looking at a 9 or 10 bar car with a reset. Tell the dealer as much and demand to be allowed to do a full range test (charge to 100%, then drive to LBW or even VLBW). At 62 mph, you can check Tony Williams' Arizona test results and compare.
Why do you say the former? (Yes, it is possible that it's the victim of a BMS reset.)
OP, where did the car reside before per Carfax and/or Autocheck? What's the build month on the driver's side sticker? How many miles on it? With this info, we can better ascertain whether the # of visible capacity bars and Leaf Spy readings are to be believed or not. https://www.facebook.com/notes/seattle- ... 373291032/
may help. To elaborate on what Leftie said, http://www.electricvehiclewiki.com/File ... bars_s.jpg
is an example of a 3 bar loser.
My 5/2013 built used '13 Leaf had all 12 bars when I bought in July 2015 and still does today, but it's getting real close to losing 1 at 48.5K miles. SOH is now around 85 or 86%. Hx is typically around 83.xx to 85.xx%.
Unfortunately, my work and home climate are on the warmer side of the SF Bay Area, but not blazing hot like Walnut Creek, Livermore and Concord.