The Nissan / Sumitomo chargers are 115 amps max. Most other stations are 120 amps. All the Fuji chargers are 63 amps. BTC chargers are 48 amps. Some Eaton units are restricted with 20 amp increments; either 120, 100 or 80 amps is typical. Blink units are generally 125 amps. Some ABB units are 125, also.

Next year, ABB will likely have a 200 amp charger.

Here's a taper profile with the 45kWh battery in the 2012-2014 Toyota RAV4 EV. The battery voltage is very similar to the LEAF (395 volt for LEAF, 382 volt for RAV4).

Because the CHAdeMO protocol is limited to 200 amps, any "100kW" stations would require a 500 volt battery (which no modern EV has). Therefore, even those future stations will be practically limited to 200a * 400v = 80kW maximum. The nominal charge rate rate would be closer to 200a * 350v = 70kW.

kW is simply volts multiplied by amps: