So far, the Nissan Leaf seems to be doing fine… for now. However, the Leaf does not go as far as the electric cars that were leased in the 1990’s. Given that the auto industry is hesitant to sell electric cars because they don’t break down every 8-10 years like internal combustion engine vehicles and that means they can’t sell their customers new cars every 8-10 years, I would not be surprised if people started having problems with the Leaf in about five years. If this happens, it would be due to deliberate, planned obsolescence on the part of Nissan. Electric cars are overall very durable vehicles, and anything that makes them appear otherwise is a conspiracy on the part of the auto industry.
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