2018 Nissan Leaf!

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Re: 2018 Nissan Leaf!

Post by antiscab » Tue, 12 Mar 2019, 19:41

on the upside, they may do some fierce discounting, like last time
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Re: 2018 Nissan Leaf!

Post by memecode » Tue, 26 Mar 2019, 14:03

dylanpete wrote:
Tue, 12 Mar 2019, 16:31
Nissan will soon be confronted with the Australian market reality when the Tesla Model 3 and Hyundai Kona arrive!
And I will just laugh at them for delaying themselves into irrelevance. They had the product but not the balls.

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Re: 2018 Nissan Leaf!

Post by brunohill » Tue, 26 Mar 2019, 17:33

praxidice wrote:
Thu, 21 Jun 2018, 09:31
I see someone suggesting a RRP of $42,000 ..... my guess given Nissan's original pricing for the original Leaf would be well into the $60,000s and probably nearer $70,000 for the 60kw version. Of more interest to me is the NV2000 which reportedly got 40kw from earlier this year. Whether or not it will get a 60kw battery is another question. Another issue of interest is the fast charging problems reported by British owners, something that may or may not apply to NV2000s thanks to their standard thermal management.
The $42,000 is probably the cost for Nissan to replace your 40kWh battery in 6 years time, since they are quoting $33,500 for the current 24kWh batteries in Australia.

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Re: 2018 Nissan Leaf!

Post by brunohill » Tue, 16 Apr 2019, 19:25

Well looks like it is selling for $54,500- $55,500 (NSW on road). I guess that puts it between the Ionig EV and the Kona EV in both price and battery size. It appears that some sort of announcement has been made that the old LEAF (if bought new in Australia) can get the battery replaced for $9,500 plus labour.

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Re: 2018 Nissan Leaf!

Post by Richo » Wed, 17 Apr 2019, 12:29

Any links about that announcement?
TBH even $9,500 is worth buying one for conversions.
I'm assuming you're referring to the 24kWh packs.
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