When I got our 2016 two months ago I pulled off the 12 volt OEM battery and was going to replace it for the heck of it. The electrolyte level was within normal limits and still looks new like. It just came off of a 3 year lease so I expect the water level was checked every 30 days or less.
The starting battery from Japan on the new 1973 Nissan lasted for 10 years dealing with engine heat.
I put the OEM back on the 2016 and since I drive it daily with the 400 volt battery as it battery tender I expect 10 years of life.
I replace lead acid batteries if they get low on electrolyte and show any level of corrosion because they are failing or the charger system is over charging them. If I replace it I may go with the Rogue size battery since it will fit the base and I will just get a new tie down bracket. It may just be more weight with no functional gain if I never use the 12 volt battery to power an inverter for 120 volts AC.