At 13,000 miles, 2015, I had to replace my original tires (Nissan). At 17,000 miles, 2017, down 3 bars, I replaced the traction battery ($6300 - Nissan). At 24,000 miles, 2019, I replaced the tires - again (Discount Tire).
Last week, at 26,000 miles, I just dropped the first bar on the new battery.
I spoke to the service manager at Nissan. Of course he immediately cited my 9 year old vehicle. I begged to differ, as I replaced the "engine" in this vehicle, and it was the "engine" that is failing.
He didn't agree, as you'd expect.
So here we are. I'm trying hard to hold on to this vehicle for 2 more years, as there are so many healthy EVs coming. Just really disappointed with the way my Leaf played out.