Don't hold your breath waiting for Nissan. There is finally an aftermarket movement addressing this very issue. One example. Since the blog post, 2 more have arisen as wellGaleHawkins wrote: ↑Tue May 12, 2020 9:33 pmYou make good points. Until the Nissan Corp finds a way forward we will be in the dark I expect.fotajoye wrote: ↑Tue May 12, 2020 6:03 pmDon't know why Nissan doesn't just offer the 40kWh battery as a replacement for all their cars, inclusive of the 2011- 2020 MY? they would only need to maintain an inventory of two battery items, the 40 kWh and 62 kWh batteries. There is cost savings in not building obsolete items and maintaining a larger inventory, plus this would increase the value of their used products, leading to higher follow on sales.
Having said this, I'm afraid those of us hoping for a positive battery resolution from Nissan will continue to be disappointed.
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