The Ariya is back in the the dealer's service department - again - for the 3rd time. This time the car was parked in the medical center parking lot, and when I went to start it, the display showed "EV System Off" before everything went dead. Nissan Roadside Assistance in Westchester, NY sent a highly competent tech who load the car on to a flat bed truck and towed it to the dealer. I had a pay a limousine service to take me home. The car remains as of this writing in the service department. The problem was traced a failure to recharge the 12-Volt battery. The reason for this at present has not been determined. This Ariya Premiere has less than 5000 miles. I've had it about 14 weeks and for a 3rd of this time, it's been in the dealer's service. I have filed a complaint with Nissan's Consumer Affairs and subsequently the Connecticut State Consumer Protection Department, Lemon-Law unit. I have requested a replacement for this car. As is often said, even the finest trees sometimes produce rotten fruit. In this case, the rotten fruit is a lemon.