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When should I service my Nissan Leaf Mk1?

Electric cars have much fewer parts in them than internal combustion engined equivalents, which should mean much less and much less expensive servicing and maintenance. Nissan specifies service intervals for all models of 30,000km or 12 months, but those services are more about checking things and topping up fluids than replacing parts. The cabin filter must be changed every 30,000km or two years and the cabin heater fluid should be replaced first at 90,000km or five years (and then every 60,000km or four years after that). Incidentally, the same interval applies to the antifreeze used in the cooling circuit for the electric drive motor and inverter.

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Last updated on May 13, 2020