At least I hope I did. Gas prices had been low for a while and I have been looking at nissan leafs. Those battery powered cars. When gas prices are low no one cares about fuel efficient cars so the price tends to drop. I was looking for a 2011 because they have the worst battery, a slower 3.3kw built in charger, but the 2011s accelerate faster and are by far the cheapest. I have a very specific list of specifications: Has to have the charging port for the rapid external DC charger, which was an option in 2011. Has had the battery replaced under warranty, so no more 2011 battery issues, for some reason having a newer better battery does almost nothing for resale. A car that's been up north in cooler climate, the cooler overall temperatures are easier on the battery. One that has the cold weather battery heater option. The optional charge port for the external DC rapid charger, I don't have or have access to the DC charger right now but I maybe able to get one. It should be here any day now I want to get it and drive the crap out of it and see if it's going to work for us. If not by the time gas is up near $4 a gallon resell it. Because when gas goes up near $4 a gallon people tend to over react and pay a lot more for these things. So I should easily be able to resell it if it's not going to work for us. It should be able to do most of our driving around, still going to keep the gas powered cars and drive those when it's an exceptionally hot or cold day. I will be charging it off 120v power until I can get 240v power out to the drive way. Charging with 120v power can take up to 16 to 20 hours to charge up a very low battery. So that's why I think they don't work for a lot of people, they only have access to 120v power and don't realize how slow 120v charging is.