You should be happy though, as you did your homework and so you didn't get stuck with a Leaf with a not so great battery.
There was recently a guy on the forums who, like the rest of us who purchased a used Leaf, relied on Leaf Spy when making a purchasing decision. He got burned, as over the last month or so the BMS relearned the real state of the battery pack - it appears that his car had the BMS reset.
Unfortunately, the assumption among forum members was that AHr, as reported by Leaf Spy, was a reliable stat - that now seems to be inaccurate. In other words, an unscrupulous dealer can reset the BMS, making a Leaf with a lousy battery look like it has 12 bars and a healthy Leaf Spy report (SOH, AHr).
That's why I encourage you to do the 25% range test (if possible) as a means of verifying what Leaf Spy reports vs what the actual approximate range is under normal driving conditions. It's well worth the time to drive 20 or so miles to get some confidence that a BMS reset hasn't been done to the car...
Vancouver, CA owner of a 2013 Ocean Blue SV + QC, purchased 01/2017 in WA
Zencar 12/20/24/30A L1/L2 portable EVSE
1-1/4" Curt #11396 hitch
After market, DIY LED DRLs
LeafSpy Pro + Konnwei KW902 ELM327 BT OBDII dongle
Loving my first BEV