No stats of importance. It also is abused with Jack rabbit style starts any time.
One of the things I do is build EV's, repair HEVs, and even help test battery packs for big name auto producers.
My climate is mostly mild and cold with sessions of heat, rocky mountains. It also goes up and down hills all the time. The Leaf has been cold soaked at - 40C for days as well as left out in the beating sun at 35C for days. 8000ft to 6500ft elevation is where it lives.
This is not how to get the absolute longest battery life out of a pack. But by worrying and nitpicking everything it just adds to the image that electrics are high maintenance and you need a team of engineers to keep it on the road. The Leaf is one of the most poorly designed EV's to ever hit the market but it still works for most people most of the time. I figure my battery will be down to less than half capacity in another 4 years or so. By then it will be replaced by another EV and added to the collection. The Prius or RX450h get used on the weekends while Leafy sits there full and balanced.
The Leaf's biggest enemies are that of any other battery operated device. Time and temperature. A babied EV or HEV will often have a pack failure roughly around the time of an abused car. This year you see lots of 2005/2006 Prii needing packs. Last year it was 2004/2005. Some cars have 50k miles on them, others have 300k+ miles. Lithium batteries like NiMH essentially rot over time, and there's absolutely nothing you can do about it. Temperature is the next factor. You don't control the weather and unless you're planning to move to accommodate your battery, it makes little sense to worry about it. The only temperature the pack cares about that you have control over is multiple L3 charges in hot ambient temperatures with prolonged and rapid pack use like highway driving. But really this is not common, and is hard on any pack. The larger the pack, the longer between quick charges, the cooler the pack and you can see that from Tesla.
Need to live like the singing bass fish, don't worry be happy.
2013 Nissan Leaf SV with every option
2013 Prius C Package 4
2012 Lexus RX450h
2006 Prius Gen II, pIV
2005 Honda Civic Hybrid
2001 Honda Civic EX
1997 Honda Prelude SH
1981 DeLorean DMC12