Took possession of a new to me 2015 SV w/34k km a few weeks back. Paid CA$25,000 on the road with full brake service, all weather mats, and a brand new Nissan/Aero branded EVSE thrown in. That works out to about $21,700 pre tax.
Turns out the brakes only needed to be cleaned up (still plenty of rotor and 50% pads). They just gave me the rotors and pads they ordered in to use when they are due. They were quite squealy but now they're quiet (or as quiet as they get when there is no other noise to mask them). It is sometimes disconcerting to be able to here your friction brakes because it's so quiet...
So far I'm loving this car! I live 25km from the edge of the city...in the sticks we call it here. This is perfect for this car - 25-35km @ 95km/h to my first errand, run around the city going here and there, then back home at 95km/h to plug in with 25-40% battery left after 90km.
I've already developed the habit of 3 bars of power to accelerate (unless more is needed, or desired: red light races with redneck pickups occasionally) and regenning my way to a stop.
I'm still waiting for a decent OBD dongle so I can check my SOH and but I'm confident it'll be in decent shape. I've got 12 bars and the ranges I'm seeing so far look pretty darn good, even using CC and heated seats form time to time.
Look for ClerbLeaf on Plugshare.com...and happy regenning!
2015 SV New to me
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