The main things I've picked up (which appear to be common to all Li-Ion batteries) are:
- Avoid SoC extremes, especially sitting at ~100% in high ambient temps
- Minimize DC fast charging
- Keep the cabin cool using A/C and/or parking in the shade because the battery is air cooled
I read that earlier Leafs could be set to stop charging at 80%, but that the option was removed for later MYs. Is that a worthwhile practice for the 30 kWh pack? On days where we don't do much driving (5-25 miles), it's easy to keep the battery between 50% and 80%.
I live in Metro D.C. where the weather is usually not extreme.
Thanks for any input.