WetEV wrote:spicythots wrote:Perhaps the bigger kick below the belt is Nissan's remedy for batteries meeting the capacity loss warranty: they will no longer replace batteries, rather they repair them to bring their capacity back up to 70%. This was confirmed by my dealership after I camped out in their lobby until they called Nissan to answer my questions.
That' s all the warranty claims to do.
However, there good practical reasons why that is unlikely, and no reported cases of anything other than replacement with a new battery.
He is confusing workmanship warranty with degradation warranty. A failed cell in a pack with 80% capacity will be replaced with a cell at 80% capacity. A degraded pack will be replaced with a new pack.
For all detractors, prove me wrong. Show me one instance where someone got a replacement pack that was not at 100%.
He got the warranty parameters completely wrong.