Concur with all of the above and I'll just say thru model year '17 since I don't want to give possibly incorrect info.jlv wrote: ↑Tue Oct 27, 2020 6:00 amUp through at least 2018, only the SV or SL trim had a telematics unit and thus had NissanConnect EV available. The S trim didn't have the telematics unit. I don't know if this has changed in more recent model years / trim levels.
(IMHO, given the historic slowness and unreliability of Nissan's servers, you aren't missing much)
This thread noted that the 2018 S w/o Nav doesn't have it: viewtopic.php?t=26845
Thanks!cwerdna wrote: ↑Tue Oct 27, 2020 11:45 amOP can take a look at https://usa.nissannews.com/en-US/releas ... -press-kit Specs tab. Search for connect. For '11 to '17, if you want to use Nissan's not very good app to remotely check state of charge/battery bars, start charging, start climate control, that requires the car have a TCU and yes, S trims for those model years have no TCU. (Actually, S trim didn't start until model year '13.)
The specs tab of the above lists SiriusXM as standard on all 3 trims.
Thanks. My bad. I was going off of this statement: "For 2017, LEAF SV and SL grades include standard NissanConnectSM with Navigation– featuring a 7.0-inch color display with multi-touch control, Nissan Voice Recognition for navigation and audio, HD radio, SiriusXM® Traffic and SiriusXM®"