Wow that is expensive...the equivalent of US $57k. That's about 40% more than the "out the door" price of the most expensive Leaf sold in the US (the 2012 model in "SL" trim), depending on locality.bvakauta wrote:We do have Nissan Leaf in NZ, they're $70K (inclusive of on road charges) and no govt subsidies .
Ok, thanks for letting me know. I wonder if you can get a unit from the USA or UK.gaddman wrote:I don't think anyone has been successful here.
I've discovered the power of Google Translate, at least for the text. For the voice activation it's also a useful start and I can now successfully do a speed dial (although my pronunciation of the Japanese translation of 'dial' and 'back' is annoyingly similar).
Also, I reckon once the Aussies crash a few of their cars I'll be looking on the spare parts market for the head units. Nissan guy in Newmarket told me the newest models are still not made for the NZ market, they're Oz models (so including Oz navigation I gather).