cyberyeh wrote:I bought a 2012 with 37000 miles and 9 bars back in June. Took it to dealer and found out warranty will expire on October 10. LeafSpy shows SOH T 67% and 44.45 AHr. Been quick charging once a day for the past few weeks but not much change. Really hope I'll get to 8 bars before warranty expires.
I don't think there's any way you'll make it, I'm afraid. The highest reported Ahr at 9-bar drop for 2011/2012 is 43.56 Ahr; dropping nearly 1 Ahr in under 30 days seems pretty unlikely.
(I'd be curious to know how your LeafSpy readings changed with quick charging; my own experience with moderate quick charging is that it temporarily raises
the Ahr values, and though they eventually drop again, I didn't return to my previous decline trajectory; IOWs the net effect for my car seems to be a delay in reaching lower Ahr values. But, others disagree on this effect.) FWIW, I'm at 43.65Ahr on my 2012, and I have doubts about failure before my February expiration.
OTOH if you got a car which was "reset," there have been reports of very quick and dramatic drops as the BMS recalibrates itself fairly quickly.
My best suggestion would be to look at your readings since June, and extrapolate from there, to see where you're likely to be at in October. if it's in the 44's, no way.
On the upside, there have been several reports of Nissan doing out of warranty replacements with some degree of cost sharing.