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Hello everyone,
I'm going to look at a used Tekna tomorrow. It is at a dealer but not a Nissan dealer. The price is very reasonable and I'm told that the vehicle is battery owned. My question is how can I be certain it is battery owned? What would happen if I purchased it and discovered later that the battery was on flex?

Really appreciate any advice on what to look out for when buying a used Leaf, but tomorrow might be too late.

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John
 

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Is it much cheaper than the used Leaf's at nissan main dealers?

Just wondering, as the £1000 deposit contirbution, free services, free home charger and 0% finance make a canny package.
 

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Put the cars registration in here and if Flex it will say it in the Model name.
Vehicle Check, Car Check , DVLA Vehicle Check | MyCarCheck.com
Nissan updated all of the Flex models at the DVLA and re-issued new V5s, however some may have slipped the net? I would get an HPi or get them to do it, if it's Flex then it will have Nissan RCI as an interested party as they own the batteries.

Here is an example.

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