I never bothered to rotate the OEM tires on my 2019, but was pleasantly surprised to find out that the car relearns the sensor positions. After I left the tire shop with new tires, I noticed one tire was at 51 psi (sidewall maximum) while the other three were at 37 or 38 so the technician probably inflated all to maximum to seat the tires on the rims and forgot to bleed one down. The 51 was showing at left front position and then changed to left rear while driving (probably 4 or 5 miles after leaving the tire shop). I suspected the sensor was damaged or there was electrical interference, but I checked the pressures when I got to my workshop and they matched the displayed positions. I adjusted them to four different pressures and drove a few miles to confirm.
Like LeftieBiker, I use hockey pucks with slots cut in them to spread the load and protect the paint at the jacking points.
In answer to the original question (title of thread): I would definitely buy another if something happened to my SL Plus. Other than premature battery capacity loss on the 2011 (which Nissan replaced under retroactive capacity warranty before the class action lawsuit), my previous cars were very reliable both electrically and mechanically. The 2019 has had no issues so far in 11 months and 18,400 miles.
Silver LEAF 2011 SL rear ended (totaled) by in-attentive driver 1/4/2015 at 50,422 miles
Silver LEAF 2015 SL purchased 2/7/2015; traded 8/10/2019 at 82,436 miles
White LEAF 2019 SL Plus purchased 8/10/2019