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The web's largest and most active community resource for Nissan and Infiniti owners and enthusiasts. I bought an '09 Rogue at the end of '08, so it's been 4 yrs & 1 month since I bought it. I bough my certified '08 Rogue around mid October last year, It had the original battery and I replaced it like two months ago because it wasn't holding it charge.
Doing a rough estimate over the number of vehicles I've had over the years, I'd have to say the average works out to three years for battery life.
The original battery in my daughter's 2010 Rogue 360 died 2 weeks ago after 2 years and 10 months. Qashqai wrote: It is hard to believe but in Ottawa, during July and August we have a blast of hot and humid weather like 30 -35 C' In American that's 86 to 95 F.
Nissan will amend the warranties of Leaf EV models to specifically cover battery life, reports Automotive News. This video takes us inside the Nissan battery manufacturing plant in Smyrna, Tennessee and lets us see just exactly how complex building a modern EV battery really is. The base S trim level still comes with 2015 model year’s 24 kWh battery, good for 84 miles of range. As for pricing, the base Nissan LEAF remains unchanged at $29,010 (+$850 delivery), while the extra 23 miles found in the SV and SL trims see the prices increase anywhere from $1,600 (SL) to $2,100.
A larger battery also means a greater sweet spot for fast charging, hence all the new 30 kWh LEAFs can now be quick-charged to 80% (from the low battery warning) in about 30 minutes, which nets about 22% more miles of range over that of the base S trim.
Level 2 charging stays at 6.6 kW and a full charge will set SV and SL LEAFs back about 6 hours, as opposed to 5 hours with the 24 kWh battery.
A new graphic interface is now found inside the 2016 LEAF, as well as charging screen data that is updated every time the car is put into use.
The Nissan Connect EV telematics systems allows for all the remote connection functions to the vehicle one would expect, but also touts improved voice recognition, and an improved mobile app. The 30 kWh battery resides in the same battery space under the LEAF as the existing 24 kWh pack, and weighs just 46 pounds (21 kg)more.
As for the actual pack structure, the original 24 kWh battery is made up of 48 modules composed of 4 cells each, for a total of 192 cells. As expected, three colors have been added to the 2016 LEAF lineup, while two have left the building. The majority of the changes you see here will also be found on your 2016 Nissan LEAF with a couple of exceptions. As it is significantly colder on average in Canada than the US, all LEAF models come standard equipped with a heated steering wheel and both heated front and rear seats. An added 40 pounds of battery weight can be offset with 50 pounds of fat loss by an average 4 person family.
After owning a LEAF for the last 6 months I find it is penny powerful compared to my previous gas powered cars. You get 100% torque from a stationary position, something no gas car can match (even a really extensive fast one) so you really can take off fast, also including uphill.
A 2013 used model with some of the full warranty left on it is about $12,500 right now, not bad at all given that I am saving $100 a month in gas too.
And if you want all electric, the 200 mile Chevy Bolt is due in less than a year at around the same level of price as a 107 mile LEAF!

Back in the day of hope and change, I remember all the meetings and introductions proclaiming the LEAF was to be a 100 mile range EV. What endures in my mind about GM is that they overbuilt the Volt and generally under-promised and over-delivered on every point. I agree GM overbuilt the Volt, and to their credit they stuck with it and improved the specs over time. Engineering-wise, it seems a bit unsustainable of Nissan to make a one-of-a-kind battery pack adequate for 2 trims of the 2016 only, then start with a different form altogether a year or so later.
A local 2011 owner here in Phoenix has a firm quote to do the 30 kWh battery swap out in his LEAF. Nissan better not have some moronic feature in the Leaf’s Software that stops me from swapping out the battery for a more powerful one. It would be surprising to me if Nissan does not have something in this upgraded battery pack deliberately designed to make backwards compatibility impossible. The 30kWh Gen 1 has been designated as a stopgap to maintain the Leaf’s sales and relative position till Gen 2 comes out. In the first role, it arguably works better when backwards-compatible, since the idea is to sustain faith in the brand and its value as a used car. As for competing with the Bolt, it is pretty well known that the 2016 Leaf is NOT the second generation. C’mon Brian, Nisssan took a risk rolling out the baterry pack without thermal management and failed (for hot regions) with battery bake off. They knew exactly what they were doing as the prevailing thought was that battery packs required a robust thermal management system (Tesla and GM providing the examples).
As ImStricken pointed out, there are a lot of variables that can affect the overall lifetime of battery. Not a great life but as has been mentioned previously the general battery quality in recent years (like MANY consumable items these days) has taken a nose dive. Results will remain visible allowing you to click on individual vehicles and alternate between vehicle detail pages. He has been known to drive to Nova Scotia just to see the lupins in bloom or to Watkins Glen for a weekend of historic racing. The system includes Bluetooth® Hands-free Phone System, Streaming audio via Bluetooth®, Hands-free Text Messaging Assistant and USB connection port for iPod® interface and other compatible devices. The new 30 kWh battery has double the cells per module (8), but still 192 cells in total.  Nissan once again points to automotive-specific battery formats as a superior commodity. The Volt covers most people’s daily range plus it has a generator which works for any trip, no to mention having superior build quality. If Nissan lowers their current financing incentive from 5000 the price increase is effectively even greater. It has 3 times the range, but also ~3 times the price (if you use the tax credit, the Leaf is around 22k$, model S around 64k$).
An SV (to get the 30 kwh battery) would be 35k with delivery, so maybe about 28k after tax credit minus whatever discount you might get. The 40 mile range proclamation really was 40 miles – and the durability of the Volt is off the charts.
If Nissan can put a 24 or 30 KWH pack in the same car in 2016 why can they NOT put a 30 KWH battery in an 2011 -2015 Leaf.

In that HP Computers have a line of code that crashes there computers and stops you from using the computer’s hard drive if you replace the motherboard on the computer. Intersesting that Miller Nissan (Van Nuys, CA) straight up offered her a 25% prorata warranty rebate (discount) on the replacement, which is great as she would have been none the wiser. We drive it fairly easily and it never gets very hot or very cold here so our results, although outstanding, are not unheard of.Also, 35K miles on our Hankook H727's and they look and drive like newWhat a great car! Drag results to the GET YOUR EPRICE pane to quickly request information on vehicles of interest. This is also true on the freeway where it is so quiet at 70 or 75 mph you can easily forget how fast you are driving.
What I REALLY want in 2017 will be a safety package of adaptive radar, lane-change warning… things like that.
While its dimensions are identical to the older 24 kWh battery, the two cannot be interchanged because the software that manages each battery is different. In reality the total cost of ownership of a MS isn’t all that much more than a Leaf SV with a few options and dealer ads (enjoy those Nitrogen filled tires). Today, we are supposed to be all excited 4 years later – about an air-cooled LEAF with the range it was supposed to have from the beginning – for a greater cost to the consumer! I know the last time my battery died on my acura it stalled a bit before finally turning on. In the letter, Palmer says Nissan has been working to ensure Leaf batteries are operating within specification, in response to numerous complaints regarding battery life.
Within 24 months from the date of original purchase, batteries with a total warranty of 75 months will be replaced free of charge.
The loudest of those complaints came from seven Leaf-owners in Phoenix, Ariz., who claimed their EVs were fading much faster than Nissan’s estimate of a 20-percent loss after five years. However, after Nissan’s engineers flew out to Phoenix to see what was up, they determined these owners were putting twice the normal mileage on their cars, according to Automotive News.
The Leaf’s battery warranty previously protected against battery failure for eight years or 100,000 miles.
There are so many variables that can affect acoustics, so I'd venture to say it's more a case of where it's parked, rather than a week battery. This is a truck built for any lifestyle.True PowerWhen it comes to powertrain, the 2013 Nissan Titan has it all.
That warranty is matched by its range-extended EV competitor Chevy Volt, which currently offers no concessions for loss of battery life. Come take the 2013 Nissan Titan for a test drive at Royal Oak Nissan in Calgary, Alberta.Your destination for everything Nissan is your local Calgary Nissan Dealer - Royal Oak Nissan. Come view all of our new and used inventory, ask about the ePrice, schedule a test drive of the 2013 Nissan Titan or contact us for more information today!Disclaimer: Price subject to change without notice.

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