RE: none on auto trader.
Yeah. Price is the thing. I have parked up my diesel plodder in anticipation of a troublesome end-of-lease, which in practice is actually cheaper to run than the Fluence. Still have the issue of whether it will start again though, parked up for a year already! Thing is, it could be ideal in that I can go back to driving that for a year or two then, as suggested, have a bigger range of options to consider. That being said, I like the Fluence! Not sure we will see an affordable quality of EV again like that again for a decade, rather than a couple of years.
My main mental block on the Fluence is the warranty. Being a pre Mar/2012 it only has the 3 year warranty, so lease and warranty expire together. If the purchase price includes a further 3 year warranty then that's a different matter to whether I would want to keep new-tech that's out of warranty and offered it on take-it-or-leave-it.