LeftieBiker wrote:You mean, of course, "the terms" of the lawsuit settlement, because there was no capacity warranty at all.
I thought it was more that there was a capacity warranty as a result of the lawsuit settlement.
Maybe just semantics..
We both mean the same thing. There was no capacity warranty, and Nissan refused to replace packs with several bars lost under the defect warranty, despite their promises of only slow degradation. So the lawsuit happened, and under the settlement agreement, there was a capacity warranty. For years after that, Nissan did their level best to honor only the exact wording of the agreement, going so far as to deny one claim because the car arrived at the dealership with one mile more than 60,000. They only started to play nice a year or two ago. So this is not ancient history, especially in light of the 30kwh pack LeafSpy figures.