Originally Posted by dabvu2498
The company intends to notify current owners and dealers early next year that it will make the warranty retroactive to cover all existing Leafs, offering to repair or replace the carís lithium-ion battery if it loses more than 30 percent of its ability to hold a charge after five years or 60,000 miles.
Read more: http://www.autoweek.com/article/2012...#ixzz2LXtwBapW
Well, that will give peace of mind to the buyers of new Leafs but it mentions nothing of buyers of used cars. If I buy a $40K car, I expect it to go 200k miles without too much trouble. Not knowing what the situation is after 60K miles on a Leaf, I'd not touch that with a ten ft pole as a used car buyer