Nissan absorbs more bad news with recent charging malfunction

Following initial reports of Nissan Leaf component damage that occurred during charging at GE WattStation level 2 stations, the blame has landed squarely on Nissan and its onboard software. The glitches could occur with certain charging stations during instabilities in power supply, resulting in dam...

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