SageBrush wrote:cmwade77 wrote:Evoforce wrote:Unless Nissan has changed their traction battery replacement warranty, that is what I was quoted on a 24 kWh battery. 12 month/12,000 miles on a new 24 kWh traction battery replacement. If it has changed, or is different for larger sizes, I would like to know...
That would violate the law, purchasing a new part means the part must come with a warranty equal to or greater than the original part. This is on the back of every single service contract from Nissan Dealerships. As I said in my last post.
I don't think that means what you think it means.
The wording protects your original warranty duration even if a repair is done. E.g., if you start with a 3 year bumper to bumper warranty on a new car and the engine dies the next day, the replacement engine will be warranted to no less than 3 years minus a day. If the replacement engine carries a one year warranty, that year will extend your protection if the original engine died sometime after the second year from car purchase has elapsed.
In short, the repair does not shorten your original protection.
No, that is a warranty replacement, if you buy a new part, it must come with a new warranty. As I said this may be a Califor is thing, but I don't think so.
Additionally,multiple people have indeed co firmed you get a new battery warranty when your purchase a new battery. Including in the article that I linked to and that is even what the Nissan Dealership told me when I asked.