I envy folks living in places with robust new and used EV market. CA is a good 2000 miles from TN, so I can only wish you good luck on the sale. The black panels and rims make the car really sharp.
The prices for the dealer in Utah seem too low. Aren't they including the federal tax credit? $10k off msrp seems steep.
Yeah SoCal is a good place in the States to be buying or selling EVs. The market is a bit soft for obvious reasons (new LEAF, new EVs, etc.) so hopefully I have this thing priced right now. Glad you like the panels and rims. Normally I would go with a +1 wheel size and a very tasteful lowering (performance springs) but this is an ideal situation for anyone wanting to return to stock wheels, or to continue with the mods. Thanks for the kind words.
Yeah, when they start including tax credits it messes with the perception of price. Even with this used LEAF, SoCal Edison will give a $1000 credit to anyone buying this car once they prove ownership.
Yes, used cars qualify!
--UPDATE-- Carvana.com is offering me $18,184 for this car. So, I'll probably roll with that, sell the car, sell the steel wheels separately to recoup the difference, and not having payments or insurance on a car for a while (I'm primarily a motorcyclist).