If you want the 2013 or 2014 because of the 6.6 kWh charging I would buy one with higher miles and if the battery is good or needs to be replaced the warranty will reset.
LeftieBiker wrote:If you want the 2013 or 2014 because of the 6.6 kWh charging I would buy one with higher miles and if the battery is good or needs to be replaced the warranty will reset.
powersurge wrote:If you are willing to put down almost $15,000 on a used Leaf, I would highly recommend that you do not do this until you price a NEW Leaf... A brand new S leaf would run about 29-30, minus the federal and state rebates, and the Nissan rebates when you get 0% financing.
All those discounts should bring down the price of a NEW Leaf to the $18-20K range, and you would have a beautiful car of your choice with no risk, right from the factory.... Plus, you would have a 17' Leaf with good resale value or many years.
In order to Buy used, I would not spend more than $10k on a 2015 with low miles. In my opinion, a 2011-2013 should only cost $6-8K.
Snlj wrote:Hello Everybody,
I'm preparing to purchase my first used Leaf in a couple of weeks. The dealership I'll be going to currently has three in stock:
A 2013 SV with 14,000 miles and Fast Charge for $9,990
Two 2014 SL's with 25,000, 27,000 miles for $13,490 and $12,490 respectively.
I'm leaning more towards one of the SL's because of the features, but it seems, given that all three have Fast Charge, that battery capacity could be a determining factor.
I've ordered a KW902 which will arrive today, so I'll have that all set when I go to look at them.
I'm wondering if folks here can offer suggestions as to what I should be considering when I look at these cars. I'm aware of battery capacity bars, manufacture date, and general condition, but what other things should I be looking at, specifically with LeafSpy? Which factors should I weigh most heavily? Things like that.
Also, if a thread or sticky like this already exists, I'd love to be linked to it so I can read up there too.
you really need to post your location
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