Thanks for the reply - I saw that thread and checked. Definitely a 30kWh when sold. Sorry, should have said that in my post.In 2016 and 2017 the Nissan plant in England built LEAF with both 24kWh and 30kWh battery packs. The late production 24kWh LEAF is nearly identical to a 30kWh. The easiest way to tell them apart is to check the weight plate in the driver's side door pillar. The 30kWh is heavier with rating...www.speakev.com
This should be conclusive
- Leaf 30 kWh
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It only takes one duff cell, it makes a massive difference to the capacity of the battery, by that I mean the bms will use the lowest cell to calculate capacity if you have one cell that is way lower than the rest the bms will think the battery is more empty than it actually is, hence why it only took 20kWh to charge to 100% the battery probably had 10-15% when the bms said it was at0%I have just bought a 2016 30kWh Leaf with a pretty high mileage (80k miles) but 12 bars. When I charged it up it took 20kWh and got to 100%. Could a 30kWh battery show 12 bars and only take 20kWh?
Hopefully you scoured over the group / amazon for one that works with LeafSpy before orderingThanks everyone, I have ordered an ODB2 dongle so when that arrives I will have a look at the battery information and report back
There is a small reporting difference between LeafSpy and Leaf reporting. LeafSpy tends to report absolute values whereas Leaf doesn't.
Do you mean the ECU/software upgrade? That's been done, LeafSpy shows 4NR4C.Be worth checking with the dealer if its had the battery recall done.
With that mileage it probably has been into a nissan dealer a few times so should be but worth checking as that would bring SOH up some more.