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Brand New Micra 1.2 Visia Ltd Ed for £115.80 pm (BEAT the car tax change in April!!) TFS VEHICLE LEASING

£115.80 @ TFS Vehicle Leasing
Not a lot of people know this - Band C car tax (110-120g/km of CO2) at the moment is £30 per year; forever. However, new vehicles registered from the beginning of next month, will cost you at least £1… Read More
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1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago
Not a lot of people know this - Band C car tax (110-120g/km of CO2) at the moment is £30 per year; forever. However, new vehicles registered from the beginning of next month, will cost you at least £140 per year for the exact same band.

So to beat the system & try and save some money over the next few years, people need to get a new car this month. So i've been looking at getting a personal contract hire deal and this Nissan Micro 1.2 Visia Ltd Edition seems to be the best bang for the cost. It's a decent runaround car, 10,000 miles per annum, it has a higher 1.2 engine for this price range, it'll be £30 a year tax forever and the initial deposit to put down is extremely low.

first payment
3x months rental = £347.40
Administration Fee = £360
= £707.40 then £115.80 for 35 months.

I'm guessing the £360 admin fee must be like a finders fee or something. But just think, total peace of mind for the next 3 years all for £27.43 per week! You never need to MOT it, no repair costs ever as it comes with the 3 year Nissan warranty. All you have to do, and it might seem obvious to some, is tax and insure it. Oh and put petrol in it :)
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#1
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Edited By: esclad on Mar 01, 2017 23:52
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Interior
https://www.rivervaleleasing.co.uk/car-gallery/nissan-micra-1_2-visia-limited-edition-5dr-72951-600-interior.jpg

Edited By: esclad on Mar 01, 2017 23:59
#3
Old model and new "cool" micro is coming to market soon.
#4
What is the reasoning behind the new tax scheme? The low/no tax was a big plus for alternative fuel cars.
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K0YS
What is the reasoning behind the new tax scheme? The low/no tax was a big plus for alternative fuel cars.

It's just another way of squeezing money out of us.
#6
well you want to drive a micra, your choice. fine to go shopping in but terrible for noise and seats on a journey of 100 miles . your choice, crap car.
1 Like #7
Was your Micra ok up to 7O miles and then felt worse, or was it terrible from the start? My Gran's car is not very exciting but she has always been very happy with it.
1 Like #8
Doesn't the lease company pay the VED / tax so it's irrelevant unless you are buying rather than leasing.
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gallopingbanker
Doesn't the lease company pay the VED / tax so it's irrelevant unless you are buying rather than leasing.
Well yes, but not out the goodness of their heart - they package it up into the monthlies.

Lets be honest though, no one is going to care about an extra £300 over 3 years on nearly 5k of payments on this Indian built POS.
#10
gallopingbanker
Doesn't the lease company pay the VED / tax so it's irrelevant unless you are buying rather than leasing.


I was thinking the same thing, but then again this additional cost will ultimately be passed onto person leasing the car via higher lease price?
#11
If I was to choose a 1.2L vehicle it would be the VW Polo everytime. It's the most composed and practical of the tiny engine cars.
#12
VED tax bands and payment amounts have been changed several times over the last 20 years. There is no way that the new system will remain unchanged forever.
#13
had a couple of these as courtesy car for 10 weeks and have to say its the worst car we have ever driven, engines are so under powered you struggle to go up a hill. seats have no support so even the passenger never mind kids in the back have to hold on for dear life just going slowly round a corner. Build quality is a million miles away from what it used to be and as an owner of a old micra as a second car I cannot believe that Nissan could put this car on sale in the UK, yes its a Global car built in India if memory serve me correct but surely they could have put more effort in it. New one is just around the corner but still wouldn't buy or lease one of these even if it was cheap.
#14
Love my Micra- comfortable and has never let me down
#15
"You never need to MOT it, no repair costs ever as it comes with the 3 year Nissan warranty. All you have to do, and it might seem obvious to some, is tax and insure it. Oh and put petrol in it"

Not quite, OP, you will still have to have it serviced properly (check terms, may have to be main dealer) both to satisfy the warranty and the lease conditions, unless this is included, but I can't see it. Plus, if you want to be pedantic, may need tyres etc.

Fair enough promote this based on being a deal for this car (or type) at this price, if you think it is, but not as an all inclusive, VED saver etc.
1 Like #16
I throughly recommend a Citroen C1. Great car with a brilliant spec and surprisingly nippy.
#17
We looked into buying one of these a couple of years ago. For a small car they have plenty of space, especially in the back and they also have a decent boot. They are a bore to drive though, but what do you expect. When we looked it was around £6000 for a new Visia - half the price of the new 2017 model at £13,795!
#18
Slightly cheaper to take the 9+35 deal with the same provider but it truly is an awful car with known clutch issues.

For the money there are better alternatives IMHO.
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hadyanth
If I was to choose a 1.2L vehicle it would be the VW Polo everytime. It's the most composed and practical of the tiny engine cars.

Yet unreliable - Polo and Ibiza 1.2 with timing chains can have timing chain trouble.
#20
hooray.henry
Old model and new "cool" micro is coming to market soon.

New model is already out: a rehashed Clio

http://images.honestjohn.co.uk/imagecache/file/width/640/media/11505866/Nissan~Micra~(1).jpg
#21
Hot will let Nan know
#22
Rickardo
"You never need to MOT it, no repair costs ever as it comes with the 3 year Nissan warranty. All you have to do, and it might seem obvious to some, is tax and insure it. Oh and put petrol in it"

Not quite, OP, you will still have to have it serviced properly (check terms, may have to be main dealer) both to satisfy the warranty and the lease conditions, unless this is included, but I can't see it. Plus, if you want to be pedantic, may need tyres etc.

Fair enough promote this based on being a deal for this car (or type) at this price, if you think it is, but not as an all inclusive, VED saver etc.

+1

Would need an interim service and a full service for a 36-month term.
#23
esclad
I'm guessing the £360 admin fee must be like a finders fee or something

No - it's called commission.
#25
£1132 per month seems steep for a Juke. Also appears that deal is no longer available.
#26
I'm still mulling it over.
1 Like #27
m5rcc
hadyanth
If I was to choose a 1.2L vehicle it would be the VW Polo everytime. It's the most composed and practical of the tiny engine cars.
Yet unreliable - Polo and Ibiza 1.2 with timing chains can have timing chain trouble.
My sister had one and it had just done over 50,000 miles and had the dreaded cam chain stretch.

Edited By: ath007 on Mar 03, 2017 18:36
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ath007
m5rcc
hadyanth
If I was to choose a 1.2L vehicle it would be the VW Polo everytime. It's the most composed and practical of the tiny engine cars.
Yet unreliable - Polo and Ibiza 1.2 with timing chains can have timing chain trouble.
My sister had one and it had just done over 50,000 miles and had the dreaded cam chain stretch.


My wife was the same after second child
#29
hugh_jorgans
£1132 per month seems steep for a Juke

Or even £123.32/net/mth
#30
Times ticking....
#31
I wonder what the new rates will do to car sales, I can't see people being very happy to pay a lot more one day than they did the last...
#32
m5rcc
hadyanth
If I was to choose a 1.2L vehicle it would be the VW Polo everytime. It's the most composed and practical of the tiny engine cars.

Yet unreliable - Polo and Ibiza 1.2 with timing chains can have timing chain trouble.


new ones are belt driven. I should know I lease a 66 plate 1.2TSI.

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