It's not a Flex.What is it worth? If I were buying an EV right now I'd certainly not expect to pay more than a new model costs, to acquire one that's several years old and at least halfway out of warranty.
So I wouldn't be tempted unless it was significantly less than a new Zoe right now.
It doesn't have the efficient heat exchanger either, does it?
I'd have said £8,500 to £9,000 would have been around the mark, if it's a flex.
A safer bet for an out-of-warranty purchase. You won't find any 'I've lost my first bar' posts on the i-Miev discussion boards. The traction battery by Yuasa is reckoned to be very conservatively engineered with good thermal management.Prices of I-on/i-miev/c-zero are in some cases higher than Leaf on Autotrader, not sure what that is telling us.