Just saw where a Forum member bought a used BMW i3 and seems to have gotten a great deal, so I had to check what they're going for used. A quick search shows that there are about 828 used i3's out there at the moment, and the lowest prices are in the $13,XXX neighborhood -- these are pretty much all 2014's -- which strikes me as being a really, really good deal. Even found this one with a range extender (ReX) for $13,999. The price jumps considerably if you're looking a a new model year. The 2016's seem to be around $25,000ish. Of course, these have the original, smaller battery, but they seem to hold up better than, say, those in the Nissan LEAF. This experience shows a loss of .8 kWh after about 4 years and 70,000 miles. I can probably score a 2014 LEAF for a lot less, though. And actually, looking at this particular deal -- 2015 Leaf with 17,500 miles for $7,805 -- makes me want to grab it right now (except I live in Florida, and I'm not entirely convinced the battery will hold up as well.) Argh. What to do?