Well, as we said in the other thread, turn the car on and leave it in ECO mode. First talk to a dealer if this is safe, but logically if they've designed the regenerative breaking such that it simply uses front tire motion to provide angular velocity and torque to the electric motor turning it into a generator which in turn charges the battery and where as in normal Regenerative Breaking, this is only activated by the break, the ECO mode, AFAICT, is activated by the lack of any pressure on the accelerator. Of course, this is all in theory.
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, 27 months, 42,282 mi & 11 bars.
unAmerican Job & Nissan's Rapid Depreciation cost $20,000!5 hours
on the road daily w/o Charge at Work
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