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We have a few ENV200's and are getting very low MPKW on one of them.

They are all driven much the same and the others are getting around 4 but this one is consistency getting 2.8.

Any ideas?
 

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Same drivers, tyre pressures checked weekly. Maybe brakes I'll get them checked again.

What software update? Its not been near a Nissan dealer for a few years.
 

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Same drivers, tyre pressures checked weekly. Maybe brakes I'll get them checked again.

What software update? Its not been near a Nissan dealer for a few years.
You should play them a visit. There was an update last year if memory does not fail me.
 

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Glad you sorted it. Checked that at tyre place, while there for tracking, soon after buying my used 30kw Leaf.
Flat concrete floor, power "on", click to neutral, get helper to try pushing/
pulling car, listen & feel for resistance.
 

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Very interesting - mine is a 2018 40kWh Combi and I’m consistently getting 2.8 also. When I had the leaf I got mid 3’s.... should I ask local Nissan dealer to check it out?
 

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Er, no spare therefore no jack. This way, we tested with the suspension compressed, rather than dangling from a hoist, as that might affect park brake cables.
 
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