The car is being offered at AUS$20.9K plus Govt taxes. Total is around AUS$21.5K or ~US$14.5K. At a separate location, as a comparison, there is a 2013 Leaf on sale for ~AUS$15K/US$10.3K. May be more than America but, hey, it's a limited market at the moment.powersurge wrote: ↑Mon Sep 09, 2019 11:33 amA 2015, with 60K miles (with 85% SOH battery) is not a bad car... However, it all depends on the price.
I would guestimate that that car should go for about $10K Dollars American? Maybe less?
I would estimate that that car could go another 5 years/ 40-50,000 miles before you need a new battery?? That is not definitive, as I have not experienced the "life cycle" of a Leaf to the end of its battery life yet.
Additionally, I would be sure about availability of spare parts if there are no Leafs, (or Nissans?) in Australia? Your car can be brought down to the status of a paperweight by something. Small.
For example, my 2015 Leaf was hardly drivable when a $50 ABS wheel speed sensor crapped out. If you cannot get a new one, your car is stopped...
Good suggestion on the spare parts, hadn't thought of that. I'll make a few queries.