Brake pedal does not fully disengage. Most likely due to spring being too weak. This only happens when cold in the cabin.
During annual inspection brake pads were found to be almost dead. Replaced. 155Eur
Annual service, 175€, found rear worn pads. Did not pay 75+30€ labour, too expensive. Nissan logo worn, they asked 35€ for replacement, did not pay, they promised to change free if it happens again after warranty (has happened 5-7 times).
Firmware / software update for brakes at cold temperature.
Brakes stayed on after a brake tap slowing the car from 50MPH to 25MPH. Brakes did not release as commanded. They downloaded new system software which was a recall type campaign. The problem seems to be gone.
Software update to improve the grabby/difficult to modulate brakes. Was successful in my case as brakes are now okay. Not great, just OK in terms of modulation... would much rather have Tesla-style brake control on this car.
Grabby brakes. Problem was not resolved. TSB exists but they said it didn't apply to this vehicle.
Grabby brakes. Finally came up with a firmware update.
Factory recall, software update
Updated brake software.
Coming to a full stop, and accelerating from a full stop resulted into a single but loud click. There is a TSB for this issue, which involves applying lubrication and swapping out some washers. Parts weren't in stock, so I have to return. Brakes extremely sensitive under 15 MPH. Known issue with 2011 and 2012 MY, 'new' to 2013. There was a TSB for it (SB 2013 LEAF; Brake Pedal Sensitive at Speeds Below 15 MPH,NTB14017), which involved applying a software update.
Follow up to the previously reported clicking noise. Parts were ordered, and have been installed. Noise is mostly gone (I can hear it, but it's much quieter). Mostly concerned this problem will come back.
When driving over a pothole or bump in the road, regen braking becomes disabled (so only mechanical brakes are working), which can be quiet dangerous. Dealer hasn't been able to duplicate this, so I'll be taking them for a test drive.
Nissan finally announced a recall for the brake software, which also covered the multiple issues I've been reporting since the beginning.
Software has been updated, and most of the issues have been addressed.
Brakes were very 'grabby'. Dealer updated the brake controller firmware referenced ina service bulletin which resolved the issue.
Car rear ended Feb last year and I believe they let water accumulate and run down the P brake release cable. The actuator froze up setting off alarms. I disassembled it, repaired it, bought "Leafspy Pro" and a LM327 to reset the codes.
Parking break was catching and then suddenly releasing the first time car went into reverse on cold days. First happened in January 2014, but dealer couldn't reproduce it then. This time they made an adjustment, but problem recurred a few weeks later.
Software update due to grabby brakes at low speeds.