Well, as much as I've enjoyed time with my Leaf, I wish it had a few features even though when new it was the top trim level. I'm looking at a new Bolt EUV with the Premier package and the sunroof. The only feature that it's missing is the Super Cruise, which I'm fine not using. Back in August I took the vehicle to a Nissan dealership and they offered me $38K with 5,000 miles on the odometer. I'm fast approaching 10,000 miles and with the downturn of the used car market, I'm expecting considerably less money. My guess is maybe $33K-$35K. The part that might actually kill the entire deal is if the interest rate of the Bolt is too high to make the numbers work. Right now I'm enjoying a lovely 0% financing and have seen nothing less than 4.9%. While I'd love to have the features not available on the Leaf, I don't know if I can bring myself to pull the trigger on an extra 5% finance rate. Based on the numbers, it would add about $4000 to the cost of the vehicle.