That should be "capacity bars." I'm assuming from the high remaining capacity that the car was built after March of 2013, but you may want to look up the build month on the driver's side door sill sticker and include that. A 2013 built after the Summer of 2013 would be worth more, as 2013 was a Hot year. If you can do a LeafSpy reading that would also help.* Well cared-for pack. 11 of 12 power bars.
Pretty important to mention it, though, given how many people use it. Do you think it'd be ethical to sell someone a car without mentioning it has no HVAC by "only listing what the car _does_ have"?
No HVAC, certainly that should be noted. No A/C, well that depends on how common an option it is for the given vehicle. I wouldn't say it's mandatory to mention no QC, but since the question will always come up I see little point in omitting it.Do you think it'd be ethical to sell someone a car without mentioning it has no HVAC by "only listing what the car _does_ have"?
From the OP's description, sounds like he has an SV w/no CHAdeMO. He really should state the trim and which packages it has (if any).jlv wrote: ↑Mon Mar 30, 2020 1:31 pmYou might say which trim (S, SV, or SL) and packages.
(sounds like an SV with no packages; does it have CHAdeMO?)
It might use useful to include a LeafSpyPro screenshot for the battery condition, or at least the AHr & SOH values.
Including this information might help you sell it at that price.