ETnSA wrote:It is a 2015 Leaf S. 19K miles for 12599.
I found a 2015 Leaf S at the Local Nissan place with 33K miles for 11500 I may go look at as well.
I think I'm going to rule out the 2012. Just seems like a risk with the battery.
The later cars have a much better heater/defrost system as well.
Is the 2012 cheap enough so you are paid to worry about the battery? I'm aware of a 4 bar loser 2011 from California sold in Washington. Asking price was $5k. New owner needs about 6 miles of range, should be good for that for a long time. Even in winter. Near Bellingham.
Where do you live? I have rather different advice for someone in Las Vegas than for someone in Bellingham. Please add it to your profile.
RE Leafspy: Useful tool, but only as good as the car's BMS estimates. Which are not that accurate. The reported capacity and health numbers can be impacted a lot by driving style and more by 10% or more.