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Nissan Note Hatchback 1.2 Acenta 5dr £4,513.80 cortvehiclecontracts

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Another lease deal. Not the most exciting car in the world, but will suit a family and comes well spec' d and in a half decent colour. In stock as well. Price is £113.10 per month with a 3 mont…
mechanicalman Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago3 Comments
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m5rcc
Poor deal - cheaper here.

I could agree with you, but then we would both be wrong.
With the same initial rental it's not any cheaper, £4536.60. If you put down a larger deposit then it's cheaper, but it is on the link I posted to originally as well.
Poor deal - cheaper here.
3 + 35?
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Vauxhall Mokka Diesel Hatchback 1.7 CDTi SE 5dr Auto - Cort Vehicle Contracts - £153.60 / month plus £921.60 initial

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Great price for a high spec model. Manufacturer RRP: £23,729.00 £153.60 incl VAT rental per month £921.60 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire Contract term : 24 months Renta…
theshiznit Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago27 Comments
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admando
Wow, that Astra is pretty rank.


​Yeah I preferred the pre-facelift
theshiznit
HaraldBB
theshiznit
[quote=HaraldBB]
care to provide a link to the Astra - I'm genuinely interested.
Click on Vauxhall on the the tree starting from "You are here" and then on Astra.
You'll find offers like this:http://www.cortvehiclecontracts.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/vauxhall/astra-hatchback/astra-diesel-hatchback-16-cdti-16v-ecoflex-design-5dr-start-stop-37388388
Initial payment is higher but you'll save on insurance and road tax (Mokka £130 and Astra £0) etc.
And as mentioned before - much bigger car, 10k miles instead of 8k etc. Not to mention fuel savings (1.7 CDTi is an ancient engine and 1.6CDTi is one of the latest)

You don't pay car tax when you lease.

That 'deal' works out as about £260 / month when you take the initial payment into account.

Plus its not an auto.

and its a basic spec

and Astra's are not very sexy.

​Exactly! who on earth wants to change gear in 2015? lol

Edited By: OrribleHarry on Sep 08, 2015 16:42
Wow, that Astra is pretty rank.
HaraldBB
theshiznit
[quote=HaraldBB]
care to provide a link to the Astra - I'm genuinely interested.
Click on Vauxhall on the the tree starting from "You are here" and then on Astra.
You'll find offers like this:http://www.cortvehiclecontracts.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/vauxhall/astra-hatchback/astra-diesel-hatchback-16-cdti-16v-ecoflex-design-5dr-start-stop-37388388
Initial payment is higher but you'll save on insurance and road tax (Mokka £130 and Astra £0) etc.
And as mentioned before - much bigger car, 10k miles instead of 8k etc. Not to mention fuel savings (1.7 CDTi is an ancient engine and 1.6CDTi is one of the latest)

You don't pay car tax when you lease.

That 'deal' works out as about £260 / month when you take the initial payment into account.

Plus its not an auto.

and its a basic spec

and Astra's are not very sexy.
HaraldBB
topss
t may well be 'top of the range', but my point was about the general car market, not specifically this model. Even so, I have driven one of these (albeit for a few days) and imo, it's no way a £23,000+ car.

Silly price for silly car.
Pumped-up Corsa for pumped-up price offered to people with pumped-up ego.

If you want reasonable prices get reasonable car - like original Corsa. Or even Meriva.
Corsa - lower price, lower running cost, same space
Meriva - more space for same money. lower running cost. but wait... top of the range Meriva with better diesel engine, digital radio and sat-nav is well under 19,000
And it's bigger inside. But you need to have IQ bigger than your shoe size to realize that. But having IQ bigger than a shoe size why would you buy wannabe-offroad town car?


​​Did you get violated by a Mokka driver or something? :D
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Skoda CITIGO HATCHBACK 1.0 MPI GreenTech Elegance 5dr on 24 month lease with 8k 3+23 at CortVehicaleLeasing £127.93

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Skoda CITIGO HATCHBACK 1.0 MPI GreenTech Elegance 5dr 24 month lease with 8K per year. £383.80 initial payment including vat £127.93 including vat Metallic colours are usually extra on the C…
ANDY597 Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago9 Comments
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Cristiano
I got a 30k Nissan Leaf for not much more.
If you do less than 80 miles a day - it's practically free motoring. If you are just pootling around town the lead woul be great - as you would have zero petrol costs.
It cost around £2 to charge from zero.
Where from please?
Speak with Derby Nissan. Jono is the guy to ask.

They would do a top of the range Tekna model with a 6.6kw charger in a metallic colour of your choice for £1999 deposit and £99 a month for 2 years. You may be able to spread the cost of the deposit over the 2 years, but you would have to ask.

I have no affiliation with Nissan, but do hope this helps you.
You can get some decent deals on the Nissan note at the minute and the basic model is kitted up pretty well, decent size and fuel economy . 3 year deal was 3 mths up front £393 and 35 payments of £131

I got mine at UK car line
Dyslexic_Dog
Cristiano
I got a 30k Nissan Leaf for not much more.
If you do less than 80 miles a day - it's practically free motoring. If you are just pootling around town the lead woul be great - as you would have zero petrol costs.
It cost around £2 to charge from zero.
Where from please?

Probably talking about the deal that finished weeks ago which does not help anyone except himself feeling satisfaction :{
Cristiano
I got a 30k Nissan Leaf for not much more.
If you do less than 80 miles a day - it's practically free motoring. If you are just pootling around town the lead woul be great - as you would have zero petrol costs.
It cost around £2 to charge from zero.


Where from please?
I got a 30k Nissan Leaf for not much more.

If you do less than 80 miles a day - it's practically free motoring. If you are just pootling around town the lead woul be great - as you would have zero petrol costs.

It cost around £2 to charge from zero.
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