Not a bad deal if you really want a leaf, though disappointing that even these basic leafs are so expensive. When you can lease an equivalent petrol car for far less even considering the fuel savings they really don't make sense unless you drive inside the London congestion zone.
Just to try and give some info of real world numbers. Had my 24Kwh Leaf nearly a year. Costs: Average consumption is 4.1miles/Kw. I pay 12p per Kw so that equates to just over 3p per mile. Bonus that service stations are often offline so free to use. Range: Average range of about 80 miles - dependant upon conditions. Charging: Got a free home charger fitted. Full charge takes about 8 hours. Although I never do that. Public charging speeds vary but are at least twice as quick. Most are even faster.
The problem with the Visia is the lack of heat pump. So winter range in a Acenta/Tekna 30kwh will likely be greater. They've actually stopped making the Visia in the UK due to poor demand. So what's left is what's already made.
You here for the crac?
I fortunately do not have a vested interest and my previous reply was sincere. I also do not speak with opinion but with observance of current practicality and knowledge of bureaucracy when it comes to the car industry. It's simply a hard fact that supercaps will not be the main energy source for EVs. The mindset will go the way it organically goes, as is the case with any application. Additionally, EVs being the most eco-unfriendly devices one can imagine is just egregious hyperbole. I agree that they are not as clean as perceived. Yes, there is mining needed for the metals used and an EV is only as clean as the power source it receives it's electricity from (power stations) etc, but this is incomparable to extracting oil and burning it, especially with us moving more and more towards renewable energy. Lastly, even recycling of EV batteries is improving with some recycers reclaiming up to 90% of materials used in the battery packs - and that is 2018; it'll be better every year. 'wireless charging' isn't my phrase but a completely common industry phrase.