Nissan has announced that it will offer a limited warranty against battery capacity loss in its electric Leaf models. The New Electric Vehicle Limited Warranty will be implemented next Spring.
   
Nissan executive vice president, Andy Palmer, confirmed on the online MyNissanLeaf.com forum that the limited warranty is on its way. The warranty will cover capacity loss in the first five years or 60,000 miles for customers in America. Batteries covered by the warranty will be replaced if their capacity drops below 70 percent.

Nissan will be the first carmaker to offer such coverage on electric-vehicle battery capacity loss.

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