Short answer: Yes.
I have similar commute needs and free L2 charging at work, 2 hours max. I bought a 2013 SV at the end of May and I expect it to work well for me for at least five years, hopefully more like eight. Currently, I usually use the 80% limit setting that is only on 2013 and earlier cars. This gives me enough range that if some jerks are blocking up the charging stations at work all day instead of moving after two hours (which happened for most of the day yesterday: one Leaf, one Audi and one Volt), I would have no problem with another round trip, and could even limp home the second day to use L1 charging at my house, unless I had gone wild using the heater constantly on all five legs of the trip. (I was *shocked* at how much winter killed the range, even though it's not actually cold here.) At some point, degradation will be bad enough that I will not have the luxury of doing an extra round trip.
I quickly began to regret, a little, not coughing up an extra grand for a QC car. It would be nice to be able to plan some junkets that are farther from home than 40 miles summer, 30 miles winter, even though we still have two ICE cars. I would have taken the Leaf on at least one weekend over the summer which was just a bit outside what I was willing to try without a QC option. OTOH, it will be a LONG time before I spend $1000 on gas for those rare outings. Probably well outside the life of the Leaf.
2013 SV no QC, built July 2013
car grew up in San Jose CA, purchased 5/31/17 in Seattle
on 6/16/17: AHr = 56.4; SOH = 86%; Hx = 84.3; ODO = 39,250
bar 12 lost 8/21/17
on 12/25/18: AHr = 55.5; SOH = 84.9 %; Hx = 80.3; ODO = 53,018