Still quite a bit more positive than my perspective on my Nissan LEAF that is five years and two weeks old, has less than 34,000 miles on it, has a battery capacity of 63%, but would not drop the fourth capacity bar prior to five years.
And it is worth only $5,000 per the recent dealer offer to take it as a trade in.
The problem is not electric cars.
It is Nissan's defective implementation.
And those that missed the battery lottery often did so because of Nissan's marketing lies.
I would not have left the garage doors partly open the first two summers to help the battery had Nissan been honest.
I think your promoting electric vehicles is great.
The whole Nissan LEAF story just doesn't fit on a small sign.
Takes three to five minutes to tell it all when people ask.
There are many wonderful things about the LEAF.
The first thing I always tell people about it is I love.
But the other two to three minutes are so poor that I could not find the enthusiasm to go tell that complete story multiple times at last year's drive electric event.
So I skipped attending.