I reckon a dealer would charge around 7 to 7.5K, so private without warranty 5.5 to 6.5K.
Check the battery with Leafspy to make sure that is OK as It will be several years out of warranty now. Don't just rely on the 11 bars showing. However if there are any bad cells they can be replaced but you'd need to budget for that. If all the cells are showing as being fairly even it should be fine.
Something else to check is the top of the offside suspension strut. Due to poor design these may fill with water and can corrode badly. (A problem that continues to this day with all models of the Leaf unless the owner has placed a cap over it.)
I'd also ask to see it charging with the Granny Charger (a type 2 to type1 cable wasn't included by default but the granny charger was.)
Has it got the SD card for the satnav? It'll likely be well out of date however.
Somewhat encouraging that it is real enough to show to the dealers.
I wonder how much we'll get to see next month at Tokyo?
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Has anyone found any real differences other than colour options?
The Nissan site wont let me configure and compare side by side but i can't see anything blindingly obvious.
So for more money you get some more colour choices, Limited edition of 5000 cars made throughout europe....
And thats it...