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Nissan PH extends battery warranty of Kicks e-Power to 8 years

Applicable to vehicles purchased from August 2022 onward

Having a manufacturer support a specific part of a vehicle for longer is always a win for the consumer. PHOTO BY MANSKEE NASCIMENTO

Buying a hybrid or battery-electric vehicle comes with some sweet incentives courtesy of the Electric Vehicle Industry Development Act, aside from the obvious benefits of fuel savings and emissions reduction.

To add to that, Nissan Philippines is also making the ownership experience for the Kicks e-Power a lot more stress-free by announcing a battery warranty extension from five years to eight years (or 150,000km, whichever comes first). This doesn’t just apply to new models sold starting today, but also to all variants sold from August 2022 onward.

Usually, replacing the lithium-ion battery on an electrified vehicle is one of the most expensive things to do when done outside of a warranty, so consider this additional peace of mind in case something does happen to the battery.

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