Also dont forget, EvEzy have a VERY VERY long wait list for any of the vehicles. 4months later one of my friends is still waiting for a Zoe...
If your thinking of OVO and a Leaf, maybe see about their V2G trial if you qualify... good way to charge for free effectively
You have to find it first.
Also, I think your maths is a little off.
Totally agree with you with the 30kwh but i think its too much of a stretch for me its another 3k so around 12k, which is way over my budget. I'd probably do around 80 miles a week so can charge it once or twice if need beIf you can stretch to a 30 you have the added range which you may never use but over the long term will give you the required range for longer. (does that make sense?)
The only thing to get clear before buying is the state of health (SOH). OBDII dongle and leaf spy app will give you this information. As already stated there is not a lot to go wrong. My 2017 30 tekna had both wing mirrors replaced under warranty (squeaking) Just had the earth cable recall done no charge just inconvenience of taking to dealer and 2 hour wait. Done a few 600 mile round trips with no issues. I charge to 60-70% every couple of days in winter to cover commute and local trips. Use charge timer to be complete when I leave on long journey so battery is not sitting at 100% for long. Use myleaf app to turn on heating,seats and steering wheel on these cold mornings 15 minutes before leaving. I have 18K on clock in 30 months still have 12 bars on battery and SOH is 98%. On full charge GOM shows 126 miles but this goes down to 110 after about 5-7 miles. You will soon learn to drive economically and set yourself targets. Once you know what your car can do then you will have no issues.
I bought a used leaf a few years ago through @Miles Roberts and was delighted with it. Sensible pricing too. I had to get the train to Chorley to pick it up but that wasn't exactly difficult!
Its hard to stomach but its a much better car.
The free leafspy dongle will do and there is a thread on here with the reccomended dongle but i have used the LeLink dongle and have bought 3 of them(family and an old friend) and work well.Totally agree with you with the 30kwh but i think its too much of a stretch for me its another 3k so around 12k, which is way over my budget. I'd probably do around 80 miles a week so can charge it once or twice if need be
Any recommendations on the OBDII dongle? is the leaf pro app the one thats needed? its £20