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The problem is, there are no batteries in canada as a whole. Brander went to two dealerships, three workshops and contacted Nissan's subsidiary in the country. Nothing. "I sent six emails, and they keep telling me to look for the dealership – the management there also sent messages to Nissan Canada. A month and a half later, none of us received an answer."

Even if you get a new battery, you'll have to pay $11,000 to change it (the car cost $9,700). "In three years and with 40,000 kilometers of run, I changed the tires and the windshield wiper fluid. Nothing breaks. It's a fantastic cart," brander laments.

Outside the dump
Last year, the price charged for changing the battery of Nissan electric cars that had cost about $17,000 could reach nearly $35,000.

https://www.tecmundo.com.br/mobilidade-urbana-smart-cities/205981-problema-eletrico-procura-bateria-nissan-leaf.htm

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