What about:berenger wrote:is the 6.6kwh standard now or an option?
Is the range improved?
Is it real leather or leatherette?
did they improve carvings? ( or any of the interface?)
Is there a way to get rid of the OK accept each time you enter the car?
Will it handle better cold weather ( battery liquid warmer)
Did they install a good defogger in the car at last?
Is the steering telescopic?
Can we finally order the car with a Sunroof?
That's the things that matter the most to me.
The only Nissan LEAF battery chart i had is one showing temperature performance. Its for the 2010-2012 LEAF, but what is apparent is that capacity at reduced temperatures is dependent on rate of discharge. With the LEAF gaining reverse cycle heating, not only is energy draw reduced compared to resistive heating, the power draw is also reduced. SO with the same battery, reverse cycle heating will claw back most of winter's lost range. Perhaps not for some regions, but for the vast majority of regions where the vehicles is sold.berenger wrote: Will it handle better cold weather ( battery liquid warmer)
The dash read 60% when I took that picture. 60% != 62.25%, so they must be padding the ends to make 0% "empty" and 100% "full".rborba wrote:Phil: How did the LEAFScan SoC compare with the new SoC% displayed on the 2013 dashboard?