EVDRIVER wrote: Ready2plugin wrote:
EVDRIVER wrote:Anyone wondering why cars are delayed. Nissan rushes to be first and hastily builds cars and fixes issues on the fly.
That is a rather strong statement, especially for a "moderator". To me delays are so that they can make this very NEW car right. Last time I looked cars are made by people and people can make mistakes.
Moderator, how is that relevant? Clearly they are having issues, it is showing up and they keep using "quality" control as an excuse. It is evident the cars we rushed to market. I'll take a bet that there will be plenty of fixes and oddities on early cars, that's a fact of rushing production. Even well run lines have issues that get worked out after year one. I worked in manufacturing for a few years and there were always patches made along the way. I find it interesting that I have had a Feb then March delivery date since Dec 10 and could not make a color change since then yet dealers have March production dates and expect them in April. Three months vs one and change. In a way, if I knew I would get the CA rebate for sure I would delay my order for a car build with a more refined production line or even the possibility of the changes that are certain to be offered to later orders in gen1.
It is relevant because if someone has the control of what is posted here, it is my opinion, and yes it's only my option, that you should not make statements that have no basis in fact. Also, isn't that gap in timing more have to do with Japan getting the majority of the current build with a mass of cars coming to the US shortly after? With your statements here, I would be surprised if you took delivery, or if you did, kept the car for very long.