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2018 Nissan LEAF SV Frost Green with less than 10k miles. Located in Pulaski, Virginia. Fully electric car: Just plug it in at night and drive up to 150 miles on a charge. Never buy gas again. SV model with Pro-Pilot Assist - follows the lane and adjusts cruise control speed to match traffic. Less than 10,000 miles with many extras including trailer hitch and wiring, all weather mats, extra power sockets in glovebox and rear cargo area, foot well lighting, all LED back-up and interior lights, switcheable rearview camera to check bike or trailer while towing, switcheable backup lights for camping or loading trailer, upgraded speakers and sub, cargo organizer, heated seats and steering wheel, inside hatch release, carbon fiber effect on interior plastic parts. Very quiet car with quick acceleration. Switchable e-pedal for one-foot driving. $23,800 firm. Local pick-up only with payment by cashiers check from a local bank only. Includes Level 2, 110-240 volt home charger. Electricity costs the equivalent of getting approximately 120 mpg. 150 mile range around town somewhat less at highway speeds.

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It might be worth saying whereabouts you are.
The switchable backup lights sound interesting. Is that the switch for them by the window in the hatch or is that the inside release, and does the car have to be switched on for them to work? Is there a how to guide anywhere?
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Duncan (in the UK so not a potential purchaser)
 

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Thank you very much for your suggestion which I incorporated into the original posting. The switch for the backup lights is on the dash and works regardless of whether the car is on or off. The push button for the rear hatch is located on the hatch itself. I did not do a how to guide for it but will be glad to provide the following summary. The backup lights have an extra wire from the lights in the rear of the car to the switch on the dash then on to a direct connection on the battery. The rear hatch release is a connection between the two wires on the release mechanism of the hatch itself. Hope this helps and thanks again for your helpful suggestion.
 
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