Congratulations on your new car, I am glad you are happy and it fits your needs well. There really are some screaming deals out there now as I don't think a lot of people are aware of how great EVs can be. I feel like a lot of the early adopters have already bought EVs but the mass market does not have the confidence to make the jump just yet. Add to that that a good number more buyers are waiting for the next generation of EVs that are just around the corner and I think we will find that EVs are probably around the their low right now and prices have been driven down to the point that these represent terrific value.
Intentionally trying to destroy the battery does not seem like the most ethical thing to me. I know legally you have the right, but... Think if you personally made a product and people intentionally destroyed it simply to get another new one for free. How long before you would stop supporting your customer base or stop producing the product? Let's be honest, you can't keep down that path unless maybe you can get people to pay for two up front and simply take advantage of the people that only use one. If a lot of people start doing this or Nissan feels that they are, I promise you that Nissan will stop supporting customers and nobody will get taken care of after the warranty is over. I suspect they would also change the warranty for future EVs if they continue to support them at all. I hope and think that most people will treat others as they would want to be treated and won't take advantage of other people just because they have the legal authority.