Cheap Nissan Leafs 2.0 - get onto it!

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Cheap Nissan Leafs 2.0 - get onto it!

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Nice. But how can Nissan justify voiding the warranty just because of hail damage? Surely the "damage" is all superficial?
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Dunno - will defer to a dedicated auction crawler to get that answer. Seems more like Nissan wants nothing to do with them. They might have a blanket policy of not supporting repairable write-offs?
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No Nissan warranty eh?. That would drop my bid price by 2/3rds...

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Looks like they all went for about $30k to $35k which still seems a bit steep.
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