macc wrote: ↑Fri Apr 21, 2023 1:23 pm
We have a 2016 Nissan Leaf with 38000 miles. In November the range dropped to 27 miles. We couldn't even get it from the dealer back home on a "full" charge. We have 8 bars on the dash. We have been waiting since December for a new battery under the warranty. A service manager at the dealership told us they have several other Leafs with the same issue and it is taking months to get batteries for them. We call the dealership each month for status. They keep saying they don't have a battery for us yet. Now Nissan contacted us and are offering to buy our Leaf. No price from them yet. Anyone else experiencing this ridiculous warranty service? We have been without use of the car for 5 months now.
Most of the buyback offers are in this monster thread: https://mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?t=23606
I'd start at the end and work backwards. I'm aware of two buy back offers with 70-75K on the ODO. One for $13.3K on a purchase price of $36.9K before $10K discount, $2.5K utility rebate and $7500 fed tax credit (all in cost ~$15K). Another for $19K on a purchase price of $36.6K before $15K in rebates (fed tax credit claim is unknown).
If you are willing to share it'd be great do know your offer and line-item breakdown. I'm a very interested party because of my degradation (see signature).
Last edited by mn4az
on Mon May 29, 2023 12:33 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Original Owner 16 Leaf SV
1st bar loss: 10/24/19 @ 50731 miles | SOH 84.43
2nd bar loss: 6/2/21 @ 61865 miles | SOH 78.73
3rd bar loss: 8/26/22 @ 75041 miles | SOH 71.73
4th bar loss: 6/13/23 @ 84333 miles | SOH 66.40
Buyback: 8/17/23 @ 86917 | SOH 64.70