Yeah - Mine it turns out was one of the very first imports and was the demo car. So it would have been sat at 100% for most of its time at the dealership. Now I am not sure how it was looked after it was sold (I am the 3rd owner), but what I do know is that in the time I have had it, it's had to have :Wow that's a massive drop. Li-ion degradation is supposed to be drop. We know that 2011 pack was bad. Over 5% drop / year is bad though.
My Leaf30 had gone from 96% to 92% on 1 year / 21k miles - not particularly impressive either.
- Leaf 30 kWh
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Near and off side arms replaced (ball joints)
Near side track rod end
Pads all round
2x 12v batteries That I had to replace. From the limited paperwork I have I know it had 12v battery replaced, so that's 4 12v batteries in 8 and a half years.
Oh and I got 5 stars with the latest rubbish Nissan battery report that comes with their very expensive car wash...lol
I have had the car 3.5 years and have really looked after it. Despite all this its a cracking car, love to drive it. Just needs the battery replaced. I reckon by the time its truly ready, it will be something I can do myself. New tools are coming out all the time, now the system has been hacked.