Keep in mind that although the above from a degradation POV was definitely true of the Leaf 24 kWh and 30 kWh packs (esp. the builds before 4/2013 and the 30 kWh pack seems not so good), gen 2 Leafs (model year 2018+) with 40 and 62 kWh packs seem to be holding up better.The knock on the Leaf (other than its relatively short range which is not an issue for you) is it's lack of thermal management for the battery, resulting in more battery degradation than the Bolt, especially if you live in a hot, cold, or hot and cold climate. If you live near the coast between SF and Seattle, that might not be too much of an issue.
I've only heard of 2 40 kWh Leafs that have lost any capacity bars: one in Portugal that is nearing 100K miles (https://mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?p=608089#p608089) and the mention of another somewhere w/nearly that many miles: https://mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?p=609847#p609847. Some are in hot climates like Phoenix which really killed 24 and 30 kWh packs.
The 62 kWh Plus versions are still kinda new as the first ones shipped in the US around Spring 2019. It shipped here a few months after I bought my '19 Bolt at end of Jan 2019. I knew it was coming and only heard "Spring" from Nissan and nothing more specific.
Nissan still sells both the non-Plus 40 kWh version and Plus 62 kWh versions.
I was active on MNL when https://mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?t=10040 happened and actually loaned some equipment to one of the drivers who flew over to Phoenix to help w/that range test. Back then, Leaf had been out only about 21 months and one car was already down 4 capacity bars (~30ish+% capacity loss).