I am living in the south of France and I am awaiting my new LEAF 2.0 in a few weeks.
I already did some test drives in a demonstration LEAF 2 but didn't use more than a single quick charge.
Other new owners of the 40 kWh 2018 LEAF 2 , specially in the UK but also in France and in Norway, have tried several fast charges and have found out, that a second and even more a third charge, was going much slower. One owner did further tests (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Yqz1VbBRU0
and thinks that the battery temperature is conditioning the charge power as follows:
24º C - 45 kW
30º C - 39 kW
36º C - 33 kW
40º C - 28 kW
43º C - 27 kW
48º C - 22 kW
All the tests were done, while outside temperatures were still quite low, around -5º to 8º C.
So, I wonder what will happen in summer, when environment temperatures go up to 30º C and more.
I also wonder whether this problem has already been found on a Smyrna LEAF 2 or whether this only exists on the European models produced in Sunderland, UK.
If the problem exists on US models, owners in Florida, California, Nevada or other southern states could give us some information what happens with multiple quick charging at higher outside temperatures...