RegGuheert wrote:What makes sense to me is that Nissan must feel that what they had planned for the Gen II LEAF is not competitive and decided to spend more time improving it rather than launching a car which would fail in the marketplace. They can slow-roll the current LEAF in the meantime.
This has been my sense as well, although I am still holding out a little hope for some definitive LEAF 2.0 news before the end of the year.
Our lease extension will be up in February 2017 and was hoping to have a good next-generation choice from Nissan to consider by now.
As deficient as it is in some ways, purchasing our 2012 (not a fan of leasing) may still be the best option until all the next gen EVs are widely available in two or three years.
2012 Leaf SL - 64K miles since 11/2012 - No P3227 Update - 8 Bars / 41.2AHr / SOH 63% / Hx 55%