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Hi, As you know a lot of Nissan dealers will not let you use Leafspy to check HV Battery Health prior to purchase.
This happen to me about a year ago.
Get then to give you a print out from their Nissan Consult 3 Plus diagnostics, which they do as part of pre delivery inspection.
This will show current battery charge level (Wh) and SOC %, from this data you can work out the approx SOH.
In my case these were 17200Wh (17.2KWh) at 58.8%. So 17.2/0.588 = 29.25KWh (max capacity).
SOH = 29.25/30.0 =97.5%
After I had bought the car I checked the SOH with Leafspy which showed: 96.95%

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except a new battery only charges to around 28kwh, so not convinced your maths work?
 

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Hi,
Remember, Consult reports Gross Capacity (Max 30KWh) not Net as reported by Leafspy (Max 28KWh).
Leafspy showed 27.5 KWh om my car after purchase.
All I am trying to say, is this is another way of trying to better gauge battery health for a new buyer, when they are not allowed to use Leafspy.
Mark.
 
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