I wanted more up-to-date car reliability information that made the differences between cars clearer. So a few years ago I started getting people together to make this possible. TrueDelta now updates actual repair frequencies, not just dots, four times a year, to report on new models like the LEAF sooner then track cars closely as they age.
Greg and NICOclub have long been an active partners in this project, and I am very grateful for their support. Partly as a result, we've been providing excellent information on many Nissan and Infiniti models. I'd love to do the same for the LEAF--just a matter of getting enough owners involved.
Participants simply report repairs the month after they occur on a one-page survey. When there are no repairs, they simply report an approximate odometer reading four times a year, following the end of each quarter.
To encourage participation, participants receive full access to all results, not just those for the LEAF, for free. I'll share results for in this thread after each update.
For the details, and to sign up to help out:
Car reliability research