2015 Leaf prices seem up on Cargurus, they post the history of average advertised prices on their website and today their graph for the 2015 Leaf shows that asking prices bottomed out in February at $10,732 and are back up to $12,465 today.https://www.cargurus.com/Cars/price-trends/Nissan-Leaf-d2077
Still, I'm not sure what that means, because the graph shows advertised prices, not the prices that the cars truly sell for. And many Leafs have been for sale for a long time. So maybe it's a fluke, maybe new 2017 Leafs are so heavily discounted now that the highest priced used Leafs linger longer on Cargurus, and thereby increase the average advertised price?
OrientExpress, would you have an update showing what has happened with transaction prices at the auctions since March? Thanks for all your auction posts!