I picked up my Leaf 5/31, surprisingly 1 day earlier than the estimates from Nissan. I have run it through its paces, and felt I made the right decision to buy now. We'll see if my opinion changes when winter arrives. I have found, in my limited exposure to the guess o meter, that it is fairly accurate; that is-- I have been resetting the trip odomoeter, and the GOM drops as fast as the odomoeter rises, so it must be fairly accurate. I hope to get to turtle mode this weekend to see what that experience is all about. I really like the pre-heat/pre-cool ability via smartphone or work computer. Navigation seems solid --I used it for the first time this morning and it worked flawlessly. Set the route on the PC last night and uploaded it to the car also. Nice female voice in the morning telling me how to get to work. I also like the great off-the-line acceleration it has. WOW. I have read for two years about ECO mode, and people's complaints, but I have no problem with it defaulting to regular mode, and needing the extra shift to get it into ECO mode, because you can do it while you are driving. I thought you were 'committed' to D instead of ECO when you first start, but not so. Good A/C, quiet car except for the high-pitched whine during any acceleration.
2013 Cayenne SL [70 months][45000 mi][11 bar]
GE Wattstation 7.2kw EVSE + EVSE Upgrade (16A)
5.67 kw PV System. 3-ton GSHP