On this note, it was suggested at http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.p ... 95#p560395, that the "last day" to purchase/lease a vehicle that would qualify for NCTC of 7/7/19 might further reduce the % drivers complaining. If so and they don't extend it... that is kinda clever.DaveinOlyWA wrote:His Statement;
"HERE IS AN OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM NISSAN USA ON THIS ISSUE.
I spoke with my PR contact from Nissan USA today, and here is the official statement for NISSAN USA. Yes, there is an update, but it is for European 2018 LEAF owners within a certain manufacturing date ONLY.
I further asked about how Nissan USA arrived at the decision not to offer this change to USA customers, and this was the response:
"the decision not to extend the European SW date to the US was based on actual charging session data that the 2018 LEAF fleet generates, and the repair requests that dealers receive from owners presenting this issue".
Essentially Nissan has data that shows that a very small number of the affected 2018 LEAF universe actually experience this situation, and they have no dealer service data with customers presenting the symptoms of this type of slowdown to be fixed on their cars."
IOW; Nissan has decided we early adopters do not deserve the right to choose.