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I am looking at a 2012 extremely clean all electric transit in my area. It has 11,000 miles on it. Runs well but my worries are that since the company went belly up who built the system. I won't be able to get parts for it. Some simple could wind up leaving me with a pile of scrap metal. I'm very interested in hearing anyone's thoughts on service and how long I can expect the vehicle''s battery's to last. Also, is there a replacement battery pack for them. Please advise. Thank you

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If electric is your thing then I would get an NV200 EV (106 miles on NEDC) and be done with it. It's an actual brand product with an actual warranty and support structure.

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7 hours ago, mrtn said:

I would get an NV200 EV (106 miles on NEDC) and be done with it

Alas like the adjustable head lights and the Instrument cluster storage We in North America are not allowed  the electric van option!!

Edited by G B L

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Oh, you don't get the e-NV200? Disregard my suggestion.

 

Oops.

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I wouldnt worry about getting replacement parts. Conversions done by companies like this use generic parts and they are not specific to the vehicle and the conversion company makes fixtures and installs the part.  If it has lithium ion batteries I wouldn't worry about needing replacement batteries, if it has lead acid you will probably need to upgrade them within a few years. 

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