jeeeeez, propulsion group is a Tesla Product ...
The cars with the lowest efficiency in Phoenix Arizona have active liquid cooling (FFE, B class) . It is not such a bad thing " Obviously this cooling will reduce fuel economy, but the cost of the extra electricity to cover that cooling will be small compared to the cost of a new battery. If the battery lasts much longer as a result of a good TMS then the savings are greater."
Unless the replacement battery is free, because it is covered by the warranty. This is an advantage for the Leaf. see - Maintenance and Repair History - Vehicle #0356
: "31,721 miles - replaced battery pack under warranty"
Nothing in those Maintenance and Repair History logs suggest that the iMiev has a new battery, but the log may not be up-to-date.
The codes for using Torque Pro can be found by clicking the link in the website icon under my user name on the left.