thankyouOB wrote:How much is nissan going to pay you for your old battery core, when you trade in your battery to buy a new one?
They aren't selling you a new one - they are renting you a new one. If you don't want a new one you can keep your old one. So they are not "stealing" anything. Stealing is when they take it from you without you knowing. Take off your tinfoil hat / don't knowingly misrepresent facts - also known as lying.
Don't keep thread-crapping. We all know your opinion by now - treat this as a warning.
I take your point, evnow. they are not stealing the battery, but they are taking it without recompense, if i want to upgrade my old battery.
Now here is mine: I ask you to please not be so literal. the whole point of calling it the steal-your-battery program is hyperbole.
everyone should get that. it is NOT a literal statement. it is purposeful exaggeration.
I am not thread molesting. the OP asked a question. I answered. I disagree strongly with your literal view of my answer. I answered with sarcasm after you stepped right up to the threshold of calling me a liar.
You said: "Oh BTW, ignore people who try to spread lies, like the above poster..."
i then replied in two posts, concluding:
they wont sell you a new battery.
they wont pay you anything for your battery core or your used battery.
they will just take the old battery and charge you $100 a month forever to lease a new battery, which you cant keep.
every word of that is truth, and it doesnt matter if you bought the car and OWN the old battery. nissan will take it from you.
i didnt get all medieval about your personal attack.
I have been here a long time. I have posted thousands of times and supplied lots of good information and insight. use of the L word about me was and is uncalled for, especially from a moderator.
as to the repetition. it is not gratuitous.
the point of bringing it up repeatedly is to make sure that nissan doesnt feel it has accomplished its purpose of deflecting our concerns about their promise to provide a battery price nor that we have forgotten their next promise to provide answers to our questions.