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Hi, I'm new to leasing and looking for a decent sized family car, I've came across the following Qashqai through Vertuleasecars.co.uk and it seams to be a decent deal, the best I can see for a Qashqai…
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4w, 1d agoPosted 4 weeks, 1 day ago
Hi, I'm new to leasing and looking for a decent sized family car, I've came across the following Qashqai through Vertuleasecars.co.uk and it seams to be a decent deal, the best I can see for a Qashqai. I'm just after your thoughts on the deal and any reviews of the car itself?

Deal info

£1502.64 Initial Payment,

£166.96 Per Month (36 months)

10.000 miles p/a

Nissan Qashqai Diesel Hatchback 1.5 dCi Acenta [Smart Vision Pack] 5dr

Link

http://www.vertuleasecars.co.uk/car-lease-deals/nissan/qashqai/1.5-dci-acenta-smart-vision-pack-5dr/business/1069111/
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4w, 1d agoPosted 4 weeks, 1 day ago
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#1
Don't forget you need to add VAT to those prices.
#2
savgeax
Don't forget you need to add VAT to those prices.

The prices in the post are Personal prices so are inclusive of the VAT. When I click the link it does revert you to business prices however
#3
you are right. my mistake. I think you have a pretty good deal there.

Solent Car Leasing and Select Car Leasing are two very good companies and it appears they struggle to get close to those prices.
#4
Think qashqai is due a mid life refresh about now. Only small updates I think not a complete new model
#5
alexyorks
Think qashqai is due a mid life refresh about now. Only small updates I think not a complete new model


​I won't matter to much on the lease then of the price goes down so good for the op.
#6
I always check on contracthireandleasing.com
#7
Thanks for the info people 8)
#8
personally i think 2 years is a better term to keep a lease, 3 years you'll have to pay more servicing / tyres etc.
plus i think the wear and tear too high on 3 years..

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