Luckily for you, the PNW is the perfect climate for Leafs so you should be able to find one with an SOH in the 90% + range, even as high as 95%.
I bought my Leaf at Paramount Motors NW in Seattle:http://www.paramountmotorsnw.com/invent ... By=adprice
They usually have several Leafs in stock and Peter (owner) is well versed with Leaf Spy. Their prices are very competitive, but they don't negotiate.
Other options are Edmonds and Everett Nissan as both those dealerships have a large inventory of Leafs:http://www.campbellnissanofeverett.com/ ... Model/Leafhttp://www.campbellnissanofedmonds.com/ ... Model/Leaf
One of the challenges with PNW Leafs is that they tend to have healthy batteries, but unscrupulous dealers could bring in an out of state Leaf for cheap, reset the BMS counters, then sell it to an unsuspecting buyer. I would encourage you to take it for an extended test drive.
To avoid buying a BMS reset Leaf, arrange for an extended test drive. Reset the trip counter before you start, then drive (ideally, in fairly flat terrain & nice weather) until LeafSpy tells you that the SOC has dropped by 25% (or just monitor the dash % battery display). Multiply the trip counter reading by 4 to get an estimate of total range. If it's not around 80 miles, yet the SOH is over 90%, then be suspicious
See this thread for more details on buying and what to look for (page 4 on has most of the content):viewtopic.php?f=6&t=23775
Also, the "original sticker" trick let's you see the original sales sticker - search on the forums to find that post. A Carfax report should show you the state of origin (buy a WA Leaf only).
Canadian with a US 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
Big grin, enjoying my first BEV