Nissan is charging $33,000 for replacing the battery in a Nissan Leaf
Yet another good reason why I won't be going electric in the foreseeable future..
My faithful ol' infernal combustion/dual LPG conversion beast should last me a good while yet.
There's also a good comparison of "whole of life" cost comparisons on that video I (hopefully..) linked to above, showing the amount of 'green washing' taking place with current EV marketing from the car companies..
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