The MSRP is $36900, I assume I could buy it new 1000 under MSRP and get 7500 federal tax credit. So a new one is $28,400. What would induce me to buy one used with 9,000 miles? Given the loss of a battery capacity bar being 9,000 miles sooner, I'd probably need to save another 5,000 to make yours worth it. But, I live in Washington State, so there is no sales tax on the new one, but there is almost 10% tax on a used one, so the transaction would have to be 23400 AFTER sales tax. So, I think it is worth $21,500. Whether there is a customer out there who agrees is the question that only listing it can answer.
2013 lease ended, purchased a red 2015 SL Premium from Ray Ishak at Magic Nissan. Good deal + rebates + $7500 tax credit + no sales tax = Leaf for Sentra money.