It is still showing +37 kWh of capacity, so that's holding up pretty well. I'm guessing those QC and L1/L2 numbers were carried over from the previous battery. Everything does look fine, but as already suggested, run it down below 20% state of charge to see if any gaps start to form in the battery cells. Especially if a close "group" of them all show the same large degree of cell variance from the other cells.
As long as the rest of it is in good condition, be sure to check all accessories (if it has heated seats, steering wheel heater, rear windshield defroster, etc.) and I would check to see how old the 12V battery looks. I'm not sure if the Leaf was in drive mode or not, but if it was in drive mode, the 12V battery voltage is too low. If it was in ACC or Standby mode, the 12V battery voltage still looks a little low.
I only mention that because it shows a 24 watt power draw that shouldn't be bringing the 12V battery down so low on voltage.