great deal! You will get more miles per dollar value than anyone! Drive it like you stole it (because you practically did)!
You've exactly captured my motivation for buying it - buy a 2015 as cheaply as possible and drive - drive - drive it.
I appreciate the concurrence that others think I got a good deal, too. In terms of battery capacity, I'm normally seeing 88-90 miles on the rangeometer that results in ~80 miles of real range for me. My old Mitsubishi couldn't come close to this, so I'm pleased - even if that 80 miles represents 80-85% of what I could have gotten with a pristine battery. I know, I know, it's pretty unusual to see 80 miles of real range as an upgrade - but for me (coming from Mitsu iMiev) - it is!
Despite living in Houston, I'll be cycling the battery much less than the previous owner, keeping it in a garage at home & work, so my hope is that future battery degradation due to heat and cycles will be minimized.
I also found it curious that the previous owner plugged it in every 26.5 miles of driving (on average). I suppose maybe if you're going to drive 24k miles/year you've gotta have a lot of range always on the ready, but that definitely seems excessive charging from my experience.
I've now outfitted the car with a Vantrue N1 dashcam (transferred from the Mitsu) and a new-to-me iottie phone holder: ready to roll!