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Good morning,

My name is Francisco and I work in the automotive industry since I finished my studies. In my first job I was one of the Nissan Leaf quality engineers from the Nissan offices in the UK and this quickly made me interested in the technology, the first problems that users were encountering and the expectations that in different markets the electric car had created. Since then I have been turning to an idea that would put users of these vehicles in contact to offer and share private charging points and even the electric vehicles themselves.

With the idea of ​​taking information from the owners create the following survey (this in English):
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*I found your forum and I think it would be a perfect way to try to distribute it. This of course is a personal request and would appreciate any kind of broadcast or help.

This is my professional profile.

linkedin.com/in/franciscolumbreras

As an aid in exchange I can offer comments on quality problems that you experienced with the Nissan Leaf! I know the focus of this forum is the GM Volt but the expertise I can offer is on the rival from Nissan!

Thank you all for your time!
 

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As an aid in exchange I can offer comments on quality problems that you experienced with the Nissan Leaf! I know the focus of this forum is the GM Volt but the expertise I can offer is on the rival from Nissan!
Well, as a comparison to my Volt I also own a 2013 Leaf. My Leaf was buit in Feb 2013 and contained a "Canary" battery. It lost its first capacity bar at 19k miles and lost 4 bars by 42k miles. It was replaced last year with the "Lizard" battery and is doing very well since then. I'm glad it lost range fast enough to be replaced under the battery capacity warranty. The Leaf seriously needs thermal management and the lack thereof is the reason I can't recommend it.
 
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