vickster wrote: SageBrush wrote:
vickster wrote:Getting it under 9k$ ..will update if I get it tomorrow
I recently tried to sell my 10/2013 LEAF with 12/12 battery health, back-up camera and QuickCharge port for $9k.
After one month and one offer for $7k I gave up.
I'm in bay area
2012 SV with nav and rear view cam
2 New tires and brakes
$7.5k before TTL
2013 SV (no cam no nav
) is for $500 more..can check battery level tomorrow
Why would it need new brakes? Brakes being replaced at that point is extremely rare (e.g. person has to go on extended downhill grades, esp. starting from the top of a hill at full charge). If they did start at the top of the hill with a full charge, they likely didn't care about the battery either (e.g. didn't limit it to 80% or cut it off somewhere before 100%).
I'm still on my original brakes past 56K miles. I don't think you'll find many Leafers here who needed new brakes even at the 70 or 80K mile mark.
As for 2013 SV "no nav", that' s impossible. ALL '11 to '17 SV and SL trim have nav system. You can take a look at the Specs tab of http://nissannews.com/en-US/nissan/usa/ ... -press-kit
to see the differences between '13 trim levels. The S trim (started with '13 model year) has no nav.
I'm still not sure why you're posting in this thread and I'm unclear if you know what you're getting yourself into.
Maybe you should start a new thread for purchase advice and answer my questions? Leaf may be unsuitable for you, or it might be just fine.
"Bay Area" means nothing. For those who don't live in the SF Bay Area, here's an example of variation in climate:viewtopic.php?p=467541#p467541viewtopic.php?p=464260#p464260
Remember, the EPA range rating on the '11 and '12 Leafs were 73 miles on a new battery, until the battery's dead. Let's assume this 9 bar car will be an 8 bar car soon and assume that means 30% capacity loss. 73 * 0.7 = 51.1 miles. At those 8 bars, you might be able to make it 51 or 52 miles at 60 mph w/no heater and no AC use on dry pavement w/the car coming to a stop at the end. See 8 bar range chart at viewtopic.php?t=4295
. Go any faster, and your range will be even less.
Please look at https://www.facebook.com/groups/seattle ... 376624365/
Also, to be clear, the capacity bars are the thinnest bars all the way on the right. http://www.electricvehiclewiki.com/File ... bars_s.jpg
is an example of a fully charged 3 bar loser. http://www.electricvehiclewiki.com/Batt ... y_Behavior
is from a table in the '11 service manual. It was removed later model years' service manuals for an unknown reason. Not sure if it ever returned.