The free report should be named "owner evaluation of charging/driving habits" since that is all it gives you. There is a true test of the pack and its NOT FREE. Some reports I've its as low as $149 but since its shop time, prices will vary.danrjones wrote: ↑Tue Sep 17, 2019 1:19 pmI have this picture in my head of some tech guy as Nissan sitting around laughing at us for watching leafspy every day.
But those battery health bars must be connected to something. When Nissan does a service, what exactly do they print out and give you?
I read here somewhere that someone had a five star battery rating. Is that all you get?
I don't really see the value of paying for the test unless you feel your range is not aligning with the number of capacity bars the car is displaying.