Nissan LEAF Warranty

The Nissan LEAF is a car unlike any other, delivering revolutionary engineering and technology that have shaken up the automotive market. Nissan has worked tirelessly to ensure you enjoy your experience behind the wheel to the full – and now you can benefit from total peace of mind with the Nissan LEAD’s five-year warranty on high voltage components.

In addition to achieving an environmentally-friendly performance – and an affordable price point for individuals and businesses – you’ll also know you can rely on the Nissan LEAF’s performance for years to come. Your electric vehicle retains the same protection as all other Nissan models.

A three-year/60,000-mile Nissan warranty comes as standard across the Nissan line-up, along with roadside assistance and 12-year corrosion warranty. As for the Nissan LEAF, it’s also covered by the additional, five-year/60,000-mile high voltage component warranty – which is devised specially to deliver complete protection for all your specialist parts. These include:

  • Lithium-ion battery
  • Motor
  • Inverter
  • Vehicle control module
  • Reduction gear
  • DC/DC converter
  • On-board charger
  • Charge connector
  • Charge cable
  • A/C pump
  • PTC heater

Did you know that Nissan is the first and only manufacturer to cover battery capacity loss (when battery health drops below nine bars of the available 12 of the battery capacity gauge) in its battery warranty? This underlines the marque’s complete confidence in its technology, and its total commitment to zero emissions driving.

Contact South West Nissan

If you’d like to find out more about the Nissan LEAF and its comprehensive warranty, feel free to get in touch with South West Nissan today. You can reach us via the contact form or call us during opening hours.

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