I need a car, and soon. The sooner, the better, in fact. This 2014 BMW i3 just popped up on my radar and I'll probably go look at it tonight or tomorrow. The owner is asking $13,000 and it has 24,100 miles on it. According to the seller, it has the "Mega World" trim level, hasn't been in an accident and has no damage. It doesn't have a range extender (ReX). (side note: I was advised to avoid the 2014 model year with ReX) Now, I understand these could have suffered some battery degradation if left for long periods on a hot lot with a low state of charge (SoC), so I will try to check the battery health. There's a neat video that shows the trick of finding that info, which I'll post below here, in case it's useful for others. I'm told, though, that in order to get a more accurate reading with this method, it's recommended to deplete the pack down to 10%, then fully charged it twice before checking the reading. So, what do you think? Is it worth $13K? What if it doesn't have a DC fast charging option?