- Did you replace the battery within warranty time?
- Which variant of battery did you receive?
- How many km did you drive at time of replacement?
- How much would the replacement had costed out of warranty?
- Where do you live?
- how many km were you able to drive per charge at time of replacement?

Out-of-survey:

Is an iMiev battery suitable also for Czero and i0n without any change?

Answering is quick&simple, but details are appreciated! Example of quick reply:

n

don't know

70000km

7000$

London

65

Useful references:

Replacing an iMiev battery (thread)

Replacing LEV50 modules by 18650s (thread)

Official battery removal guide

LEV-50 module specs: (battery module used in iMiev battery)

- Nominal capacity / Ah: 50
- Nominal voltage / V: 3.7
- Stored energy / Wh: 185
- Dimension (H x W x L) / mm: 113.5 × 43.8 × 171 (0.85 L)
- Mass / kg: 1.7
- Specific energy / Wh kg-1: 109
- Energy density / Wh L-1: 218

There should be no problem to fit 24 or 6x2x2 18650 cells in LEV50 space (18650s would only be 108 x 36 x 130mm (0.50L) wrt 113.5 × 43.8 × 171 (0.85L) )

Current "state of the art" 18650 cells:

"Modded" LEV50 module:

- Nominal capacity / Ah: 82
- Nominal voltage / V: 3.7
- Stored energy / Wh: 311 (+64%)
- Dimension (H x W x L) / mm: 113.5 × 43.8 × 171 (0.85 L)
*(108 x 36 x 130mm (0.50L))* - Mass / kg: 1.24
- Specific energy / Wh kg-1: 250
- Energy density / Wh L-1: 365

**207 km range**(130 Wh/km)

Expected life: 500 cycles / 103000 km

Current cost (march 2016): 11000 Euros

0,10 E/km