Here's the posting https://www.newcitynissan.com/certified/Nissan/2016-Nissan-Leaf-7962fdbe0a0e0a6b2c0a570624aed00b.htm
My wife has a 2012 Leaf SL with 6 capacity bars remaining. We got a quote to replace the battery on her Leaf for around $8,000. Lately, it seems like it is more benificial to trade-in (or sell) the 2012 and get $2,700-$5,000 (based on KBB trade-in/private sale). Use that money and put it towards the 2016. That being said, the 2016 is way over priced (KBB has it right around $11,000).
Long story, replace the battery in the 2012 (with 82,500 miles on it) to get a full 5 yr/60K mile warranty OR sell it and buy the 2016 (with 42,000 miles) with its remaining warranty.