I have noticed in the last week or two, that the reviews have started becoming a bit more positive compared to many of the reviews earlier in the year. Admittedly, beyond the Canada review attached, the others are a bit benign in terms of EV savvy detail, but guessing that is what most of the public reads. The main remaining concern is really just price, as the cost in the UK and India is a bit high compared to the competition. I don't know if Nissan is doing that to manage down volume of sales, or just pricing to where the vehicle is actually profitable (speculation that Hyundai/Kia are losing money on each car produced).
I don't know if the subtle shift is just wider global availability, more time with the car in the field, or what, but the shift has been noticeable in the past 10 days.
Here are a few:
https://insideevs.com/reviews/358332/vi ... ve-review/
https://www.bosshunting.com.au/motors/n ... leaf-spain
https://www.carkeys.co.uk/car-reviews/n ... 019-review
https://sunlive.co.nz/news/214020-elect ... iness.html
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.hotcar ... p-ten/amp/
While a bit old, the TFL review, mildly suggesting that the Leaf is on par with efficiency with the Tesla (LR) created quite a bit an rancor on chat boards. I think the Tesla is likely still more efficient on the level, but fun none the less.
https://www.tflcar.com/2019/04/tesla-mo ... ty-3-ep-4/