So what! I couldn't care less about a trivial discussion on "Remaining Bars":
Then do not participate in that part of the discussion, and certainly do not provide wrong data. You have @DaveinOly running off on a tangent now that LeafSpy is unreliable and maybe the LEAF battery is not so bio-degradable as trolls like me assert. So where are we with your battery ? Well, about 20% degradation after ~ 4 years. Right on track to have a hobbled battery after the warranty expires. Nissan thanks you for your business, and looks forward to selling you another 7 year wonder-car.
I agree with the remainder of your post, and am happy to read your example of a shallower degradation rate these last two years. Gerry in AZ reported the same degradation slope from new to 7 (or was it less ?) bars
I feel I must correct the misinformation you are reporting about my cars. My 2015 is almost 32 months old with 47,699 miles and still has 11
. The 2011 was still at 11 bars
on the replacement battery at 50,422 miles and 42 months after the original battery was replaced at 8 bars
(28 months and about 30,000 miles). Therefore, I lost a total of 5 bars
on the 2011 and 1 bar so far on the 2015 in a little over 98,000 total miles. It is disappointing to hear of 4 bars
lost on several 30 kWh batteries with very low mileage.