First, we don't care what range is displayed in the dash. Unfortunately, it is grossly inaccurate.ronwright38 wrote:I have 14,000 Miles and I lost one Bar and the miles when charged is any way from 88 mile to 95 mile and when I drive for 5 or 6 miles it drops to 80 , then after 25 miles it drops to 55 miles and some time i just make back home to charge it . what can be done to get the battery pack fixed as when I picked up the car it was in the showroom for 6 months as a demo and think that's why the batteries did not hold the charge and i live in Arizona .
Second, losing one capacity bar is 15% loss in capapcity. The official battery capacity value, per the Nissan service manual for LEAF is as follows. It's important to note that Nissan removed all reference to this data in the April 2011 update of the service manual.
12 of 12 bars - 100% to 85%
11 of 12 bars - 84.99% to 78.75%
10 of 12 bars - 78.74% to 72.50%
9 of 12 bars - 72.49% to 66.25%
8 of 12 bars - 60% to 66.24%
Third, the new warranty will only apply if you have lost 4 bars (leaving 8 illuminated). You have a long way to go.
In other words, everything is Nissan Normal(TM).