The Visia is the entry spec and one of the key features it doesnt have is 6.6kW on board charger, the Acenta spec and the Tenka top spec do. The 3.3 kW Charger would be a proper overnight job to charge up at home, either with the Granny Charger (3-pin plug) or a Home Charging point. The Chademo DC plug on on the road rapid chargers will do 20% to 80% in 30-45mins.
The other advantage with the Acenta and Tenka Spec is they are likely to have the "Heat pump" which saves a bit of range in the winter months. Not sure if the 2017 Visia has that.
The ad is a bit "Shouty" for my liking. Low mileage and 12 bars of battery state of health, which you would expect at that low mileage. Mine recently lost the 12th bar at 43,000 miles ish roughly equating to 85% of original usable capacity when new.
Its 24 kW battery like mine, so its a low range EV. I operate between 20% and 80% charge never run it down to 0 and just occasionally charge it to 100%. Nissan build in a safety margin so the usable capacity is round about 22kWh when new and reducing over time and number of charging cycles.
I drive mine in a manner which wouldn't suit everyone. Maximum economy/range preservation. Things that reduce range are doing normal motorway speeds, a heavy right foot, and cold weather especially with the heating on even if you have the heat pump. Its capable enough, its acceleration is more than fast enough, but you pay in reduced range.
For me the car as it stands at face value would be a decent entry to EV's, with a capacity to do a lot of round the immediate locality journeys, but you would have to accept the slow charging from the 3.3 kW charger and a bit of a nightly routine if its used every day.
Just assume on the road charging at rapid Chargers will be the same price roughly as Petrol, its still a bit less for me but not much, and petrol does appear to be going up. Cheapest £1.31 at ASDA round here.
I have never bought anything off E-Bay. I'm afraid that however good the car the "shouty" presentation puts me off!