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nissan reliability after 5 years of its first electric vehicle
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datsun reliability re-established in one of their cars

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Yes, a 3-5 year old Nissan Leaf is a "best bargain" -- 1/2 the price of other used cars, but still excellent and reliable. Most people worry the batteries will be shot, but they are long-lasting and super durable

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love to retrofit a Nissan Flying Feather with Leaf power :)

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one of the rare evs by Nissan

Laurel C130-EV
http://www.banpei.net/2011/08/25/webmining-nissan-laurel-c130ev

In 1974 Nissan developed an electric passenger sedan based on the Nissan Laurel. The Nissan Laurel C130-EV] - referred to as the Datsun 200L-EV in export markets - developed to be used by the VIPs at the 1975 International Oceanographic Exposition in Okinawa.[4] It was originally engineered by the Prince Motor Company, but produced by Nissan when the company assumed Prince operations in 1966.

The C130-EV uses one 16.0 kW (21.5 hp) electric motor, rear-mounted and driving the rear axle through a two-speed automatic transmission. The Nissan Laurel C130-EV has a claimed top speed of 85 km/h (53 mph)[4] and a range of 65 km (40 mi). Nissan's next electric car venture would be the 1998 Altra.


Nissan Altra
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Nissan's electrics have come a long way, from golf-car technology to the best-selling electric car ever -- although Tesla sold more the last quarter of 2016

Nissan Leaf has built-in battery indicator. After five years, most still have all bars lit up, though a few are down one bar. In other words, the battery is still like new after 5 yrs

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Im looking at buying a leaf but mot new unless they look like the e-power note
yet second hand like you say they are great value for money if batts are good.
The leaf is a daggy looking thing unless its a TRD model they are neat.
I prefer the Nissan EV SUV than a Tesla SUV but only 200 came out :(

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Dash has no tacho! I wonder what they spin to? would be nice if some1 sold a rev counter

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Almost like a modern Datsun 120y in blue

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this is the normal juicer, sits at home or goes with you under front seat etc.

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Posted on: 5/11 6:25
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How high can it rev?

To tell if the battery is still good, look at the dash

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DD so the one I posted on the first pic
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is down 2 bars on capacity?

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If the capacity is the thin one on the right, and the charge is the large set of bars just left of it, then why is the charge higher than the capacity in DD's second photo?
Is it supposed to be that it is 95ish% of the lowered capacity? I'd expect that the charge's maximum limit would decrease parallel to the maximum capacity.

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