Nissan consumer affairs called me regarding the email I sent. Basically no help... The only suggestion the lady has was to go to a Nissan dealership and see what their financing department can offer for a new battery.
Spending $5k on a new battery for 30% more capacity seems a bit silly.
I will just hang onto the Leaf as it is. Limited range but charging at work and home will be fine for now.
Good luck to all you other Leafers out there. Doubtful any other owners will get assistance from Nissan going forward on their "goodwill program". Treating the 2011 and 2012 owners with respect and offering to pay for a new battery with 10%-20% out of pocket for early adopters was great for those who took the offer. 2013 owners don't receive anything other than a suggestion to get a new battery financed...
Thanks again Nissan for the dedication to your customers.
I am in line for a Sondors. I hope the Sondors enters into production and isn't in limbo like the Elio...https://www.engadget.com/2018/02/05/son ... est-drive/