Suicidal?? not hardly. this option has been exercised dozens of times in the past. the only thing that matters is the last page of the story, not how the story got there. We humans want good things so we tend to ignore, forget or push to the rear the bad things.Valdemar wrote:That would have been a suicidal move on their part to knowingly sell vehicles with problems in this emerging market. Which is not to say this didn't happen.DaveinOlyWA wrote:it would be a bit unlikely to have a defective battery pack that covers 12 months of deliveries. after all, we seem to have a fairly consistent level of degradation from people who got their LEAF in Jan 2011 along with people who received their LEAF in Oct 2011.
i will say; i am in the camp that feels that Nissan has full prior knowledge of the heat issues for AZ and have already taken steps to rectify the issue in the 2013 MY along with addressing current 2012 and 2011 MY owners when US production begins
doesnt matter had badly Nissan stumbled up to this point. doesnt even matter a little bit because if they execute the remainder of the story well. a year from now, that is all we will care to remember.