LeftieBiker wrote:Get several quotes, because insurance companies are all over the map on covering the Leaf.
+1, like double the price with some companies
Yes, no doubt a '12, the front fender maker lights and headlight adjustment knob on the dash give it away.
Note the '12s and '11s had a VERY light interior, shows basically EVERYTHING! 13's and on have a much nicer(IMO) darker interior, much more forgiving with kids.
If you get it, you might want to add a ~$25 switch to enable you to turn off the heat. Without the switch, in cooler temps and with the climate control on, you have no way to keep the energy hog heater from coming on. If you live in a warmer climate you might be OK without the switch, I for one consider it indispensable and can't believe Nissan wouldn't have included it in every Leaf, that and no SOC% on the '11s and '12s, another MAJOR gaff IMO. SOC% is basically the only display I look at AFA battery capacity. On my '12 I ended up with a used LeafDD gauge and mounted it on the dash. Not as nice as something built in but again basically mandatory to have IMO. Without LeafDD you could also use a OBDII adapter and old Android smart phone along with LeafSpy, LeafSpy gives you SOC% and lots more info, all of which is MUCH better than the really bad GOM on the '11s and '12s, by '13 the GOM got a little better but still hardly worth looking at IMO.