4. Comfort is reasonable. My own personal taste is that I find the front seats to have poor lumbar support. Also, the head rest protrudes too far forward, putting me into a hunched position. I solved the latter by turning the head rest around. Front leg room is great and the seat can be positioned comfortably high.
I totally agree with this point and did the same with the headrest.
The really disappointing part of this is that Nissan cars generally have extremely comfortable seating -- it's what turned me onto the LEAF in the first place. And, the demo cars did actually seem to have decent lumbar support.
Has anyone looked into replacement seats? It's a shame to even have to think about that given the cost of the car, but I drive enough miles in it and have enough back issues that I think I'm going to have to do it.