goldbrick wrote: ↑
Fri Apr 17, 2020 8:09 am
In the US, 30kWh battery has an 8 year warranty and there is also a BMS firmware update that is available and that needs to be performed before Nissan will replace the battery. Get the BMS update and then see how the battery stats look. Some cars are drastically affected for the better by the update, some it makes no difference. If the BMS update has already been done or if the stats don't change I think the odds are good that the battery shown will reach the replacement limit before the warranty expires.
Thanks for the replay.
Any recall are available for bms update in this car. Information given by Nissan.
I dont know what type of treatment the previous owner gave the car for a leaf of 2017 and with only 48 mil kms have less 3 bars. The climate is very moderate, which further increases my perplexity. Buying a car in these conditions is always a difficult decision to make. Best regards.