I actually watched the entire video. That is a nice car.
Budget I agree is the major factor. We just picked up the 2016 Leaf SL and never looked at any new option due to budget. Had decided to go with a 2015 but at the very last minute went and looked at a 2016 and bought it from a Nissan dealer instead off Craigslist as planned. I wanted to stay under $10K but was not finding SL's that I liked. A local used car dealer suggested I look on the web and pay over $10K and got the 2016 SL for $13.5K. The 2015 SL was priced at $12.5K with more miles from a private seller. This is the 6th Nissan purchase and only one was new and out the door price was $2150 in 1973 but pay was about $2.50 an hour at the time.
So far I am happy and most think it is new. This is the first Nissan without a gas tank that most have ever seen. One guy even tried to find the gas lid because he did not believe me.
I did show him the charging ports.
Deep Blue Pearl was a new color for 2016 so that sets it apart from earlier years. I think this is the first used car in the past 50 years was actually my preferred color. Buying used I try to go with the car that may offer the best value even if the color and interior are not dead on with my wish list.