coulomb wrote: ↑Wed, 21 Aug 2019, 08:38
Seems good. This would be a "Wolf" pack (per this US centric but good Used Leaf post
), which is better than the original battery, but not as good as the "Lizard" pack.
Edit: and it looks like there is $500-1000 worth of cables and adapters in the boot; ask if that's included.
Edit 2: however, it's a 24 kWh battery pack, so you need to decide if that's enough for your business. There are Leaf imports with 30 kWh and even 40 kWh packs avilable, for more money of course.
Wow, seems there is great variability in the packs, are people retrofitting them themselves or are these just various Nissan factory options at the time of purchase?
The dash is showing only 118km range, so it's not a lot, but more than usable for all of my uses around Sydney.
I'd prefer a bigger pack of course (if it doesn't cost too much more), but how often do these come up for sale?
I guess the question is, is it better to buy a 5+ year old LEAF with a smaller pack and pay as little as possible now and get experience with an EV, or pay more again for a used car with a bigger pack for ab it more usability
I'm guessing that Murphy will always ensure that no matter what pack size I get, it won't be enough for some uses.