Nissan has raised the prices again on their replacement Battery Packs. Nissan EV Customer Service no longer quotes battery pack prices via their 1.877.664.2738 but refers you to your Dealership for Battery Pack Prices:
24kWh w/o CW: 295B0-9RB9E $7691.00 https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/parts/n ... 9rb9e.html
24kWh w/ CW: 295B0-9RB9D $7691.00 https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/parts/n ... 9rb9d.html
30kWh w/o CW: 295B0-4NP9A Discontinued Product https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-parts/ni ... 295b04np9a
30kWh w/ CW: 295B0-4NP9B Discontinued Product https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-parts/ni ... 295b04np9b
40kWh : 295B0-5SA9C $11,231.00 https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/parts/n ... 5sa9c.html
($10,640.00 @ TASCAParts.com) https://www.tascaparts.com/oem-parts/ni ... 295b05sa9c
All seem to have a fixed $1000 core charge.
CW is Cold Weather Package
As usual non transparent business practices, Nissan does not display any 62kWh battery packs for sale. Daklein wrote: "If anyone has won the junkyard lottery, have you seen the p'n on a 62kwh pack?
I don't really want to buy a 24 or 30 kWh pack by accident.
GaleHawkins wrote: ↑
Fri Jan 31, 2020 10:47 pm
dsh wrote: ↑
Wed Jan 29, 2020 11:53 am
Im the Phoenix class-action representative from the Nissan Leaf battery degradation class action lawsuit that was filed against Nissan and I still own my 2011 Nissan Leaf w/ 101,800 miles and am down 6 capacity bars on the second battery which was replaced under the capacity warranty. I just spoke to Nissan customer service and they lowered the price of their 24 kilowatt hour battery to approximately $5,495. They're 40 kilowatt battery is now $12,495. They are discontinuing the 30 kilowatt hour battery and replacing those cars batteries with their 40 kilowatt hour battery. They have still yet to announce this which is odd and they will not install a 40 kilowatt hour in a 24 kilowatt hour equipped car. I told them about Fenix Power and that Fenix power will be the best solution because your batteries with a small subscription price every month will be kept at maximum capacity and you'll always be at 12 capacity bars.. Can't Wait!
dsh do you know if the 40 kWh replacement will show a range of 150 miles or if they will just label that extra 10 kWh as battery reserve power with software and the full range will read the same 107 miles. Either way that is awesome news. Do you know if Nissan has found a design problem with the 30kWh battery causing premature failure? My failed it about 24K miles and in 38 months and showed a State Of Health of 63%. It was an off lease car so I really do not have detailed history. Leaf Spy Pro at about 22K miles reported 1 DC and 720 L1/L2 charges. From the external wear on the OEM L1 it may have been the main charger used to charge the car. It had lived in St. Louis MO when it was on lease.
The dealer has had our 2016 Leaf SL over a month now. To be clear they said they got a new Leaf diagnostic computer system a couple months ago but have not had a Leaf in the shop to learn how to use it. I mean they knew the battery was bad (8 bars now after the BMS update was ran in 2018) the first week they had it but I was willing for them use my car to train their techs. They did get a factory trainer out then an area rep to decide where to replace the battery I was told by phone yesterday.
The service writer was evasive when I asked if they had my new battery and he mention that something was mentioned about a buy back because a new battery from the warehouse was going to be $12,500 which until I read your post I thought was BS. My blood pressure shot up over the word "buy-back" and he must have heard my pulse through the phone because he said he was going to be working on this 24/7 to get me a battery. I said NO get sleep so you can work on the matter better.
I started my case through the National Leaf customer rep a couple months ago so I reached my contact today and mentioned about "buy-back" coming up and asked why. I was told if the techs found my battery was at 8 bars or less I would be getting a new battery since the BSM was ran in 2018 per the history data. I was told the buy-back was for major repairs that would take a long time and not a battery replacement on a used car. So Monday the servicing dealership service center is to be called by the national customer rep and I am to hear back by Wed that the battery replacement has been ordered.
Our Leaf only has 25K miles and it looks new like so I want to keep it so the national rep made me feel at ease and the 40 kWh news is icing on the cake. The ex CEO Carlos Ghosn mentioned in an interview a couple weeks ago that Nissan would be bankrupt in 2022 so that did not help my stress level on top of the lack of communication about what was happening with my battery replacement. Thanks for your post.