arnis wrote:How is Lizard pack identified and how can you be sure that you have the latest version of Leaf 24kWh pack?
Promises from Dealers are not worth much.
There was a lawsuit in the United States, Klee v Nissan and the remedy was that Nissan had to replace the degraded batteries with lizard or better chemistry. If they don't do it and it becomes known, at the least I would think, would be another round of new batteries and lawsuits.
The packs are sent to the dealers when qualifying at 8 bars and are ordered from the manufacturer at that time and not stockpiled at the dealer. The dealer does nothing in the transaction but the ordering, paperwork, installation and the return of the depleted battery back to the manufacturer. The manufacturer has the responsibility of providing the proper battery for installation.
The name of the thread is Amended Settlement in Klee v. Nissan. That thread explains the lawsuit in detail.
Last edited by Evoforce
on Wed Mar 23, 2016 10:29 pm, edited 1 time in total.
*2011 Leaf 1 bought 2/28/15 @ 28,000ish mi 10 bar (8 bars @ 11/25/15 @ 37,453 ) (New lizard @ 39,275 mi @ 1/20/2016) Now 52,166 mi.
*Tesla Model S 61,000 mi
*2011 Leaf 2 bought 4/28/15 @ 24,000ish mi 12 bar (new lizard Dec. 2014 @ 22,273 mi) Now 35,485 mi