jstack6 wrote:so 40 kWh battery is availble 1st. But they didn't give a date for the 60 kWh battery.
They didn't say if the warranty was improved or if they added Thermal Control liquid or air or none?
With their E Pedal did they increase the REGEN? Is it adjustable?
How fast can the DC Fast Charging go?
Did the on board charging change from 6 kW?
Will the V2G affect the battery life/ warranty ?
What is the cost of their Pro Pilot?, 60 kWh battery, V2G option and inverter? and many other questions.
You pose a lot of good cost questions and they all invite lots of speculation.
My only question is ; Why did Nissan decide to go to sleep and let everyone catch up when they had a seven year plus lead in EVs on the other legacy car makers? I would like to see this 2018 MY car as positive ;but, essentially their Leaf product has stagnated for seven years of no or very little progress.
Also, I'm very disappointed in Nissan's management because all they have succeeded in doing is proving a legacy car maker can't manage building batteries. After being stuck with a 2011 with a poor resell value,
I'm advising people to learn from my mistake and lease, don't buy. if you are considering a Nissan Leaf.