OK Nissan, I really wish that you had done this a year ago. If you had done this sooner, I might still be your customer.bruddahmanmatt wrote:***Disclaimer***
I didn't find any of this info posted here so I apologize in advance if this is a repost.
Don't ask, just read.
2016 LEAF trim levels will break down as follows:
Long time lurker, never post much as you can tell. I tend to stick to the Z/G boards over at The370Z.com and G35Driver.com given that I drive a '13 Z34 but I'm a pretty big Nissan guy all the way around and sometimes post over at Maxima.org and JukeForums.com. I can't blame the doubters for doubting, I'd probably be weary too if the tables were turned, but as you can see here:NYLEAF wrote:Strange that his or her account is from back in 2012, yet this is the first post. The info certainly "sounds" legit, but who knows?
Good answer! Here's hoping. Will current Leaf owners be able to buy a 30 kwh Lizard pack to upgrade their Leaf?bruddahmanmatt wrote:I posted the trim level breakdown and color availability way before the A36 was unveiled in New York. Guess the non-believers will have to find out for themselves whether or not what I posted is legit.
I'll theorize that the 24kWh packs are a way for them to get rid of any inventory of the old chemistry while they transition to the new chemistry.DanCar wrote:I'll theorize that the 24kWh is just software limited version of 30kWh.jhm614 wrote:Nice -- the two battery sizes seems like a very nice transition to a larger battery down the road!