ytrottier wrote:The 2016 Leaf owner's guide does say to replace the brake fluid every 24,000 km or 12 months, even as part of the standard schedule, not for severe use.
I suppose that since the bumper-to-bumper warranty is only 3 years, by delaying the brake fluid replacement, you might be waiving the warranty on the brake system.
For my 2017, the service schedule says that at 12 months, you only need to change the cabin filter (and rotate tires, and inspect several things). The 18-month interval includes replacing the key-fob battery; the 24-month interval specifies "Replace brake fluid." So, unless the dealer is going to deny a warranty repair due to an old cabin filter or key-fob battery (!?), it sounds like the only possible impact to warranty is from lack of a brake fluid change (and even then, it's only a 12-month window until the brake warranty is up).https://owners.nissanusa.com/content/te ... -guide.pdf