is the Norwegian EV forum, there is a subsection for Leaf there. But I can try to answer as well.
besmirmeta wrote:i have some question i want to import used nissan leaf from us to europe:
1)will the onboard charger support 220v 50HZ
2)can the original 120v evse work on 220v outlet with an shuku adapter
3)will the warantly expire if imported in europe or my local nissan will suport warantly
4)what is the discount for exporting cars from us ,what is the shipping cost by sea to europe
2) I know many get the original EVSE modified by http://evseupgrade.com
before the car is shipped, but I am not sure if this is required. Others go for a thirdparty EVSE like ChargeAmps or something.
3) The factory warranty is gone if you export the car to Europe. You will not be able to claim anything from Nissan Europe when it comes to warranty. Your local Nissan-dealer will be able to service and repair your car, but everything is out of your own pocket. Be advised that some parts are US-specific. These are quite pricey if you order them through an European Nissan-dealer.
4) Not much these days it seems, the US Leafs for sale in Norway seem to cost the same as the European ones. Since you retain factory warranty with an European Leaf, there is not much reason to choose a US-version. Also, the European cars have working navigation and Carwings. I believe the shipping cost is ~2000 USD, at least to Norway, but it could be different depending on your location.