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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE 2 year lease with 8k miles. £4,546 at Motordepot £4,546.00

£4546.00 @ Motor Depot
I spent ages looking for a good value lease, as soon as I give in and buy an older car this pops up in my facebook feed! Best price lease I've seen for a while and seems a good car. £8,000 miles, c… Read More
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2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago
I spent ages looking for a good value lease, as soon as I give in and buy an older car this pops up in my facebook feed!

Best price lease I've seen for a while and seems a good car.

£8,000 miles, choice of colour (Obsidian Black, Blade Silver, Liquid Copper or Ink Blue)

£250 deposit
£179 per month for 2 years
Total £4,546

If you increase the deposit the total cost is more, you'd think it would be the other way.

From Lucas_0224 - Collection from Hull, or £150 delivery fee. And only colour available at £179 is black, others are an extra £7 per month
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2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago
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17 Likes
groenleader
Most people are looking at this and thinking what is this!Some perspective from a fleet manager:The Q30 is version of Nissan Qashqai, Infiniti is a premium mark from Nissan and has been popular in the US for many years.The Q30 was more expensive then the Qashqai and quite frankly it was not worth the money. Some how the steering was soggy, it corners softly compared to the Nissan. All around Infiniti were offering a less capable car with a better interior.If you drove the Nissan and then the Infiniti back to back you would see that Infiniti got the raw deal on the how the car drives. Even the other car, The Renault Kadjar based on the Qashqai is neater and tidier to drive. Now at £179 PCM you might well find this to be better value for money then it was at list price its certainty a tempting proposition. But there is reason why, its simply that you would not buy a Q30 over the Qashqai at smaller price difference.


Sorry but your very wrong, this car may be made by Nissan but is based on Mercedes A class, same chassis as well as most parts. The q30 Is a car not a crossover / 4x4.

Clearly a fleet manager who knows his onions
16 Likes
Jaybeam
If you're only doing >8000 miles a year better off buying a petrol Cold


> is greater than
7 Likes
Awful car

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7 Likes #1
Awful car
#2
puddles9999
Awful car


why
#3
great deal!
#4
(although I'd be tempted by the higher spec models)
1 Like #5
mrjackson90
puddles9999
Awful car
why

One opinion.
4 Likes #6
moby_matt
mrjackson90
puddles9999
Awful car
why

One opinion.


I wouldnt trust clarkson reviewing a family style car as this is. for 200 a month you couldnt buy anything near this value of vehicle
#7
Sat in QX30, the interior does feel very upmarket
4 Likes #8
Most people are looking at this and thinking what is this!

Some perspective from a fleet manager:

The Q30 is version of Nissan Qashqai, Infiniti is a premium mark from Nissan and has been popular in the US for many years.

The Q30 was more expensive then the Qashqai and quite frankly it was not worth the money. Some how the steering was soggy, it corners softly compared to the Nissan. All around Infiniti were offering a less capable car with a better interior.

If you drove the Nissan and then the Infiniti back to back you would see that Infiniti got the raw deal on the how the car drives. Even the other car, The Renault Kadjar based on the Qashqai is neater and tidier to drive.

Now at £179 PCM you might well find this to be better value for money then it was at list price its certainty a tempting proposition. But there is reason why, its simply that you would not buy a Q30 over the Qashqai at smaller price difference.





Edited By: groenleader on May 06, 2017 23:21
17 Likes #9
groenleader
Most people are looking at this and thinking what is this!Some perspective from a fleet manager:The Q30 is version of Nissan Qashqai, Infiniti is a premium mark from Nissan and has been popular in the US for many years.The Q30 was more expensive then the Qashqai and quite frankly it was not worth the money. Some how the steering was soggy, it corners softly compared to the Nissan. All around Infiniti were offering a less capable car with a better interior.If you drove the Nissan and then the Infiniti back to back you would see that Infiniti got the raw deal on the how the car drives. Even the other car, The Renault Kadjar based on the Qashqai is neater and tidier to drive. Now at £179 PCM you might well find this to be better value for money then it was at list price its certainty a tempting proposition. But there is reason why, its simply that you would not buy a Q30 over the Qashqai at smaller price difference.


Sorry but your very wrong, this car may be made by Nissan but is based on Mercedes A class, same chassis as well as most parts. The q30 Is a car not a crossover / 4x4.

Clearly a fleet manager who knows his onions
#10
groenleader
Most people are looking at this and thinking what is this!
Some perspective from a fleet manager:
The Q30 is version of Nissan Qashqai, Infiniti is a premium mark from Nissan and has been popular in the US for many years.
The Q30 was more expensive then the Qashqai and quite frankly it was not worth the money. Some how the steering was soggy, it corners softly compared to the Nissan. All around Infiniti were offering a less capable car with a better interior.
If you drove the Nissan and then the Infiniti back to back you would see that Infiniti got the raw deal on the how the car drives. Even the other car, The Renault Kadjar based on the Qashqai is neater and tidier to drive.
Now at £179 PCM you might well find this to be better value for money then it was at list price its certainty a tempting proposition. But there is reason why, its simply that you would not buy a Q30 over the Qashqai at smaller price difference.

You don't buy a car like this for "the drive" - if it's a nicer place to sit than it's the better car.
1 Like #11
As above, nothing to do with a qashqai apart from coming out if the same factory, shares most components with Merc a class, but that's not necessarily a good thing, people put up with a lot of faults in the a class because they can say they drive a Merc, you don't get that benefit in this. Can't think of a single reason to recommend this car, it's not fast, practical, luxurious, much of a looker but this deal is cheap for this car. But I would recomend getting a different car car that ticks whichever of the above criteria fits your need (for this price nothing will tick every box. My 2 cents.
1 Like #12
how much for excess miles?
1 Like #13
tattertatter
As above, nothing to do with a qashqai apart from coming out if the same factory, shares most components with Merc a class, but that's not necessarily a good thing, people put up with a lot of faults in the a class because they can say they drive a Merc, you don't get that benefit in this. Can't think of a single reason to recommend this car, it's not fast, practical, luxurious, much of a looker but this deal is cheap for this car. But I would recomend getting a different car car that ticks whichever of the above criteria fits your need (for this price nothing will tick every box. My 2 cents.


Without being all jingoistic; it's built in Britain , quite tidy looking and spec/price/image wise can't really be touched .... Not my cup of tea but I can't see why they won't sell loads
1 Like #14
It's an average car, but at least it's at a good price.
2 Likes #15
so which amazing vehicles are available right now for £180a month? I'd be keen to know..
#16
good price for something different on the roads. Shame it a low spec but can't complain at that price.
#17
Premium car for Fiesta money.You will be hard pushed to find any equivalent diesel for the price spec not bad all in all a great deal.
#18
I've seen this model generally bouncing about at this price point. Looks like a lot of car for the money.
#19
Are there any decent lease on a 7 seater suv like this? Thanks
#20
united4eva
how much for excess miles?


£200pm for 12k miles pa.
#21
Good deal.. just bear in mind this is Renault DCI 1.5 K9K engine... same as in Renault Clio & Megane, some Nissan cars, Dacia Logan & Sandero and even Mercedes A Class... Good for 2 years I suppose...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renault_K-Type_engine#K9K_dCi


Edited By: DrLamok on May 07, 2017 08:13
1 Like #22
anyone got experience of motordepot for leasing or in general?
#23
montana78
Are there any decent lease on a 7 seater suv like this? Thanks

This is neither a 7 seater or a SUV.
#24
Any idea what the servicing charges are for these?
1 Like #25
mrjackson90
anyone got experience of motordepot for leasing or in general?
Current buying a Ford kuga off them. So far so good lease finance is through santander
#26
Hot from me as it's not a car from the usual "lady garden group" :D
#27
Bargain. Tempted to sell mine and get this. Probably won't, but it's definately tempting.
#28
mrjackson90
puddles9999
Awful car


why


Because I only like ford and Land Rover and hate the front number and the interior neighbour has one and he hates it but his wife does
#29
If you're only doing >8000 miles a year better off buying a petrol Cold
1 Like #30
£150 delivery unless you collect from Hull...
1 Like #31
Jaybeam
If you're only doing >8000 miles a year better off buying a petrol Cold

Have you got a link to a petrol Q30 cheaper than this deal?
#32
Lease cars are only cheap for a reason - they're hard to shift. The obvious problem here is that no sane private buyer is going to buy a small car with the letter 'd' in its designation. Not unless they've never heard of depreciation and probable diesel restrictions and taxation, that is. With leasing you rent it cheap and give it back.
1 Like #33
Macdory
Jaybeam
If you're only doing >8000 miles a year better off buying a petrol Cold
Have you got a link to a petrol Q30 cheaper than this deal?

Of course he hasn't.
#34
Decent price but I can't imagine how sluggish this vehicle must be after having driven a Golf 7 with 1.6D engine last week.
16 Likes #35
Jaybeam
If you're only doing >8000 miles a year better off buying a petrol Cold


> is greater than
#37
Has anyone managed to get a quote? I have enquired yesterday but yet no answer. good deal nevertheless OP
#38
Jaybeam
If you're only doing >8000 miles a year better off buying a petrol Cold
That's a more than sign, also this is a lease so no uploaded diesel purchase price, so why on daily running is a petrol cheaper than a diesel?
1 Like #39
£255 a month for heavy use 25k a year is very tempting for a £22k car.
1 Like #40
What happen after 2 years ? I will have car for £5000 worth £25000?

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