The price of bad batteries: $24 million settlement from Nissan to some Leaf EV early adopters

The first generation of mass-produced electric vehicles (EVs) has been a costly learning experience for some OEMs. Nissan, for example, found that some of its Leaf EVs were losing battery capacity much faster than anticipated in hot climates like Arizona. Some customers sued the automaker, and th...

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