I just got my 2018 Leaf in September and it has been working great for me. I researched EVs and chargers for over a year before deciding to buy one. My determining factors were battery miles [km] range, price, available discounts, user experiences, and appearance.
I was doubtful about the available EV ranges, thinking that I needed a high-range (200+ miles [322+ km]) model, but I found that I was looking at it all wrong, like most people. I had to take my typical/daily driving range into effect, as the main determining factor of range, and expect long distance travel to be a rare occasion. After looking at it from a realistic stand point, I knew that I could do well with the Leaf's 150 mile [241 km] range. Most of my trips are in suburban areas.
Since you'll be mostly making urban trips, I expect that you live in or near a city? It would be wise to start searching now for public charge stations in your area. The number of city chargers are growing here in the US, but are still limited, especially quick chargers. From what I have been reading, I believe that Europe has been increasing the number of city chargers at a faster rate than the US.
I am not sure if you plan on buying a new or used Leaf, 2018 or 2019 model, etc. From what I have been reading, there is not much confirmed data on the 2019 Leaf (e-Plus), but rumors have suggested that it will have a higher range and cost a bit more than the 2018 model.
Another thing: I have been reading articles indicating that many dealerships in Europe have been deterring consumers from buying EVs, so it is best to go in there well prepared and educated before buying one. Check to see if your local government offers discounts or has a list of EV dealerships that they recommend.
2018 Nissan Leaf S w/QC
Placed in action: 9/2018