DCQC Portcwerdna wrote: BTW, I finally got an answer from the used car dealer I've been working with on how much a '13 Leaf SV w/both premium and QC + LED package (like the one I'm leasing now) would be used. It'd probably be $1K to 1.5K more. No thanks.
It's not worth $1K to me, let alone $1.5K. I guess I'm taking a gamble, but I'm hoping that I don't see a delta greater than that when I try to sell later...
Auto On/Off Headlights
Bose 7 Speaker Stereo
Around View Monitor
A lot of stuff for $1,000 to $1,500.
Had it been available on the 2011 I think 90% of people would have taken the two option packages.
But you have been using it for two years on a lease, so it is your judgement on whether you will miss the options or $1,500 more.
But in four years for me, DCQC has enabled at least ten to fifteen trips that would not have happened without it.
And if Nissan will step up and repair their defective DCQC units at dealers (nearly a hundred broken at dealers and dealers are pressuring Nissan to replace the defective design units) DCQC will be important the remaining time I own the car.