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Nissan LEAF Repair and Maintenance Costs

A guide to repairs, service, and maintenance costs for your Nissan LEAF

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The national average repair and maintenance cost for a Nissan LEAF is between $551 and $673 per year. Repair and maintenance costs vary depending on age, mileage, location and service provider.

Nissan Repair Estimates
Car
Service
Price
2011 Nissan LEAF
Shock Absorber Replacement - Rear
$0 - $0
2011 Nissan LEAF
30,000 Mile Service
$168 - $211
2011 Nissan LEAF
ABS Wheel Speed Sensor Replacement
$0 - $0
2011 Nissan LEAF
Radiator Hose Replacement
$0 - $0
2011 Nissan LEAF
15,000 Mile Service
$93 - $119

Nissan LEAF Questions

Can anyone fix the problems inherent in the Nissan Juke since the 2011 year? (1 answer)

In the 6 months that I have had my 2014 Juke SL, I have had a dead battery, & my mileage has gone from 22 1/2 mpg down to less than 17 mpg in the normal driving mode. Much worse in the econo mode! Been to the dealer for service twice, nothing fixed except new battery. Car has 2000 miles on it...

Does anyone else have the same computer/braking problem on their Nissan? (3 answers)

My Nissan Leaf (10,000 miles less than two years) has a braking issue, and has been in the Nissan dealership shop for 10 days so far (god help me on the bill!). It has never been in an accident or run over a curb.

It seems to slide a little when you brake, and the brakes do not catch right aw...

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Nissan LEAF Recalls

Passenger Frontal Air Bag Fails To Deploy In A Crash

The wiring harness to the passenger frontal air bag may not be connected properly, and not power the air bag as needed in an accident. Dealers will inspect the wiring harness and if necessary replace the passenger frontal air bag module and main body harness free of charge to resolve the concern.

Passenger Frontal Air Bag Does Not Deploy In A Crash

The occupant classification system may not appropriately detect an occupant in the passenger front seat, and as a result may not power the passenger frontal air bag for deployment in an accident. Dealers will reprogram the air bag control unit and occupant classification system electronic control unit in some vehicles, replacing the occupant classification system electronic control unit additionally in other vehicles free of charge to resolve the concern.

Brakes Require Extra Effort During Very Cold Temperatures

The brake relay inside the electronic brake booster may freeze in very cold temperatures, resulting in extra effort being needed to brake the vehicle. Dealers will reprogram the Intelligent Brake Control Unit software free of charge to resolve the concern.

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