Hi, newbie here looking to buy this week. I have a short commute (15-25 miles) and was considering a used 2013-2016 as our first time with ev. Husband has a Prius. Found the below and was wondering, would the manufacturer warranty still be honored if claimed from not original owner? Is the comments on best practise for charging true (don't use quick charge/trickle charge, dont charge above 80% or below 20%). What issues should I be aware of for the 2015 model? Any advice would be appreciated. I live in Thousand Oaks and this vehicle is in Glendale, https://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/c ... 56162.html
2015 Nissan Leaf S w/ Quick Charge Package & Factory Warranty
Selling my 2015 Nissan Leaf S. The car is basically brand new, with only 13,7XX miles on it. I drive the car every day, but my commute is minimal, so miles will go up slowly. Has factory quick charge port option for 30 minute ultra-fast charging. Car still has 16 months left on the factory 36 month/36K mile bumper to bumper warranty. Battery still has 41 months left on the factory warranty. Even the no-charge-to-charge free charge card that can be used to charge at many charging stations around the country is good until August. This car is basically brand new, showing almost no signs of use.
I baby all of my cars, and this electric car is no exception. I just took it to Nissan for its 15K mile battery check and multi-point inspection. As expected, nothing to fix or maintain, car is perfect! Battery still holds a full 100%, 12 bar charge. As recommended for best battery life, I never use the quick charger or trickle charger. I also never charge the car to more than 80% and never discharge below 20%. The only time the battery has ever been charged to 100% was to this picture for craigslist.
No accidents. Car has one minor scratch on the rear driver fender from a parking lot incident with a white pole. No body damage, dents or any body work needed on the car. Just a little paint touch-up if you can't live with it as is. See picture for detailed image of paint marks.
Car comes with white carpool lane stickers that allow you HOV lane access when driving solo. All factory paperwork, maintenance records, manuals included. Even have the original factory sticker. I paid over $30k new for this car less than 2 years ago. KBB private party value is $11,864. Selling below KBB. It is priced fairly, I am selling because I need something that can drive farther than 100 miles due to changes in my work situation. This is not a 2012 or 2013 Leaf with an old battery that someone is trying to dump on Craigslist. This is a well maintained, basically new car ready for a new home. Always garage kept, both at home and at work.
Please serious inquiries only. Cash in hand to test drive. If this ad is still up, the car is still available. No low ballers, or emails inquiring if I will take paypal or sell it for 2K. The above is a fair understanding of the quality and condition of this vehicle, and my price is fair and reasonable. Please be fair and reasonable in return. You won't find another Leaf as nice as this one. Looking for someone to give this a good home.