2013 SV, bought via Carvana in early 2017. One previous owner, seems to have been a fleet car/lease in Northern California. Manufacture date 3/2013, in service date 6/2013. It arrived to me with 10 bars left, having JUST dropped it's 11th judging by my first LeaftSpy readings. I was quite worried the first few months that I wouldn't make it in time. Happy to report it lost it's 4th bar approximately 3 days ago! That is 2 bars, at least, in less than a year, and within one summer in Austin. Hasn't even felt like it has been that hot here this summer. Mileage when bought was 29300, current mileage is 33663.
Unfortunately, my LeafSpy module died on me 4 or so months ago and I hadn't bothered to replace it as I was simply far too busy with work, so I don't have any current readings. Last known history, approximately end of July: AHr: 46.90, SOH: 71%, Hx: 64.99%. 30294 miles.
For the first 5 months or so, I didn't have any charging options other than public charging - DC and Level 2. (It wasn't too bad for me as I'd become accustomed to either public transit wait times, or the fact that a lot of my work requires me to spend an enormous amount of time in my car anyway.) Since then, it has been mostly trickle charge at home, overnight. No cap to charge applied as I am down to about 58-60 miles of range on a 100% battery and need all I can get.
Nissan EV line confirmed I'm good to go to slap a new battery in this puppy. Very glad my gamble paid off.
Sidenote: anyone in Austin and have experience and an opinion on dealership to go to? My only experience with either Nissan dealership here is that Clay Cooley consistently blocks their EV chargers with lot cars. All. The. Time. And the couple of times I've called ahead of time to ask if they can confirm the Quick Charge is up and running, I simply got bounced around about 10 times to various people who thought I was asking about a Dodge Charger.