While none of my Leaf issues were really major and required more than a day in the shop, I'd totally agree with your last paragraph...... hence my next new vehicle will be another ToyotaSBCLeaf wrote: ↑Wed Oct 28, 2020 2:50 pmUPDATE - Dealership just called back to say they're still trying to diagnose the issue and they need to keep the car. "No rental car for you."
So three days into owning a Nissan it's already been in the shop for longer than all of my Toyotas for the last 17 years put together.
If, and only if, this is the last problem I have I will chalk it up to a fluke. But if I have any more problems I will probably ditch the car and go back to Toyota.
No. Should have a clear picture albeit a bit distorted due to the fish eye like effect which is good as it allows you to see side traffic as well. My only complaint is its randomly slow at times. I have frequently backed up several feet before it has come on. Granted its areas I know are clear but other times I have to wait for it and yeah, its like 3 seconds but I start to wonder after the .3 seconds I am willing to accept...
I don't have a gen 2 Leaf but I can tell you the picture quality of GM Surround Vision on my '19 Bolt Premier is awful compared to my '13 Leaf's Around View Monitor. No, it's not just my car. I've test driven another '19 and also rented a '17 Bolt Premier with it. It's the same.SBCLeaf wrote: ↑Thu Oct 29, 2020 11:05 amDealership just called and said that Nissan's position is that it's normal operation. They compared it to another 2020 Leaf on the premises which has the same blurry camera, so therefor they cannot do anything about it.
I guess I'm going to have to file a complaint with NHTSA, because not being able to discern whether an object in your camera is a maybe just a box in the driveway or a small child is a definite safety hazard.