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How many years warranty they offered for the battery?

 

5 years for the E-power battery. That means normal car serving of about $150 (estimated) must be done at their workshop otherwise warranty void.

 

The SE quoted $103888 for 2 bids non guarantee COE. No chance to text drive as they only left with one car for display only. [mad]

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5 years for the E-power battery. That means normal car serving of about $150 (estimated) must be done at their workshop otherwise warranty void.

 

The SE quoted $103888 for 2 bids non guarantee COE. No chance to text drive as they only left with one car for display only. [mad]

They had 8 when I went in July.. now only 1????? Did they say they will bring in more then?

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5 years for the E-power battery. That means normal car serving of about $150 (estimated) must be done at their workshop otherwise warranty void.

 

The SE quoted $103888 for 2 bids non guarantee COE. No chance to text drive as they only left with one car for display only. [mad]

 

What a waste. I would never dare to spend $100k on new tech that can't test drive. 

Edited by kelaihoyin

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They had 8 when I went in July.. now only 1????? Did they say they will bring in more then?

 

SE say will bring in when you pay deposit. But price may go up too!

 

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Apparently, the description in LTA site has error.

 

Note E-power 1.2X CVT Hybrid -- 1760cc

 

The car does not have a CVT gearbox and it is 1198cc.

 

 

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How much rebate?

 

With reference to Nissan Note 1.2 HR12DE engine, it should fall under A2.

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Edited by primera38

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I have nissan note e-power. Its just amazing car. Can anyone help me ? I need to know that when a normal petrol engine car is accelerated, its pistons move really fast. Since note e-power accelerates with electric motor, how fast pistons are moving when it is accelerated.

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I drove epower note from Tokyo Station to Fujisan station. Clocked about 20 km per litre. Does not impress me. My current natural aspirated Note managed about 16.5 to 18.5 km per litre.

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