I think so, at least so far, its been the right EV for me right now. I'm doing between 12-20 miles per day every day, but not more.
Went hiking last weekend and had to take my wife's outback since it was about 180 miles round trip. I'd love to be able to do that with the EV, but even the plus wouldn't make it since I also did about 10,000 ft of elevation gain.
So I'd love more range and a promise the batteries will last forever, but that's not gong to happen for what I paid.
Still, if one assumes Nissan will make their product better each year, then trading it in in two years ought to get me something better.
I watch Alex on autos, and though I think he has been a bit harsh on the Leaf (I still think the Leaf is my favorite looking EV on the outside), some of his recent videos had some interesting facts.
As an example, the brand new 2019 Kia Niro EV may get a redesign as soon as 2020, as the actual Body is old.
And you have to assume that Nissan will do some mid cycle updates in 2020 or 2021, right?
2018 Leaf SV Pearl White with Tech and All Weather, Purchased New on 5/3/19