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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE Lease £147.34 pm 24 months 8000miles pa Total £4,618.00 - Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

£4618.00 @ Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
Looks a good spec, 68.9mpg, 18" 5 double spoke light alloy wheels Choose 24 months Initial Rental £884.04 Processing Fee: £198.00 24 x 147.34 = £3536 Total for 2 years £4,618 Read More
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3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Looks a good spec, 68.9mpg, 18" 5 double spoke light alloy wheels

Choose 24 months
Initial Rental £884.04
Processing Fee: £198.00
24 x 147.34 = £3536
Total for 2 years £4,618
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3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
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23 Likes
Harley Roadking
Great deal. I've bought the wife new mini coopers since the BMW version came out but leasing, if you are a low mileage user, makes economical sense & saves having to sell before getting a new one. I held the Mini's for three years and traded in with around 19k on the clock so always got a good deal each time. However, over that three years my total expenditure was always more than most lease deals available today, so that's the way to go now. next month our latest mini is a mint condition 3 years old and has 13.5k on the clock. High spec so won't have a problem selling. Putting just over a grand down on a lease like this then just £147 / month leaves me with a big chunk to put into savings.

Can I ask a daft question? I understand that some people don't want secondhand cars. But if you keep the mini you have, it won't be secondhand. It's a great car, with loads of equipment, and low mileage. The worst of its depreciation is over, and it's not going to cost a lot in servicing. So, the daft question is simply, why not keep the mini?
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INDUSTRYHATER
bowdiddly
Choose 24 months
Initial Rental £884.04
Processing Fee: £198.00
24 x 147.34 = £3536
Total for 2 years £4,618
That's it, got that price now. Shame about the initial rental bit.

Looking for jam on it aren't we?

Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Feb 01, 2017 21:52
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I'd really recommend getting the version with the business pack which comes out at just over £5000 is my maths is correct...
https://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/Infiniti_q30-1-5d-se-5-door-business-pack-70491.htm

You get loads of extras with the business pack like sat nav, heated seats, automatic wipers, cruise control, auto-folding and dimming mirrors and possibly some other bits that I'm forgetting.

I've got one of these by the way, so feel free to ask if you have any questions about the car.
6 Likes
smellyonion
My gosh. my c1 is faster

I wouldn't be boasting about that too much.

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2 Likes #1
Cracking deal, although Nationwides price on contract hire and leasing is much dearer. I'll be interested if the price is correct. Hot Deal Bowdiddly.
#2
looks a decent deal
1 Like #3
Where's the missing grand or so? And how do you get the payments down to £147 on personal?
1 Like #4
INDUSTRYHATER
Where's the missing grand or so? And how do you get the payments down to £147 on personal?
24 or maybe 23 months with 8000 miles plus 6 months upront deposit.
2 Likes #5
Choose 24 months
Initial Rental £884.04
Processing Fee: £198.00
24 x 147.34 = £3536
Total for 2 years £4,618

Edited By: bowdiddly on Feb 01, 2017 21:35
#6
bowdiddly
Choose 24 months
Initial Rental £884.04
Processing Fee: £198.00
24 x 147.34 = £3536
Total for 2 years £4,618


That's it, got that price now. Shame about the initial rental bit.
1 Like #7
:D:D:D:D
7 Likes #8
INDUSTRYHATER
bowdiddly
Choose 24 months
Initial Rental £884.04
Processing Fee: £198.00
24 x 147.34 = £3536
Total for 2 years £4,618
That's it, got that price now. Shame about the initial rental bit.

Looking for jam on it aren't we?

Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Feb 01, 2017 21:52
1 Like #9
Bilbo1968
INDUSTRYHATER
bowdiddly
Choose 24 months
Initial Rental £884.04
Processing Fee: £198.00
24 x 147.34 = £3536
Total for 2 years £4,618
That's it, got that price now. Shame about the initial rental bit.

Looking for jam on it aren't we?


Sort of, I'm one of those who normally just buys new and doesn't bother with or know too much about leasing.
1 Like #10
Are these the cars you can get that insanely pristine looking aqua blue paint job? It looks like a liquid metallic coating, or as if someone has anodised the whole car.
#11
sixfingers
Cracking deal, although Nationwides price on contract hire and leasing is much dearer. I'll be interested if the price is correct. Hot Deal Bowdiddly.
I generally find they're more expensive on the monthly payments but are often the cheapest on the upfront required.
Still worked out to be £900 more over 2yrs for a BMW 120d M-Sport (compared to Tilsun).
1 Like #12
I used Nationwide for my current (first) lease, found the very good to deal with. Had a few teething problems in the beginning but all their staff were fantastic, will be using them again.
1 Like #13
not a bad deal....would have jumped on it had i not bagged an A4 last month
#14
monkeyhanger75
Are these the cars you can get that insanely pristine looking aqua blue paint job? It looks like a liquid metallic coating, or as if someone has anodised the whole car.
nope there not mate ...they don't do a aqua blue
1 Like #15
bowdiddly
Choose 24 months
Initial Rental £884.04
Processing Fee: £198.00
24 x 147.34 = £3536
Total for 2 years £4,618
68 mpg where you get that from?????
2 Likes #16
hepton
bowdiddly
Choose 24 months
Initial Rental £884.04
Processing Fee: £198.00
24 x 147.34 = £3536
Total for 2 years £4,618
68 mpg where you get that from?????


Easy. EC COMBINED MPG quoted in the tech detail...
2 Likes #17
Great deal. I've bought the wife new mini coopers since the BMW version came out but leasing, if you are a low mileage user, makes economical sense & saves having to sell before getting a new one. I held the Mini's for three years and traded in with around 19k on the clock so always got a good deal each time. However, over that three years my total expenditure was always more than most lease deals available today, so that's the way to go now. next month our latest mini is a mint condition 3 years old and has 13.5k on the clock. High spec so won't have a problem selling. Putting just over a grand down on a lease like this then just £147 / month leaves me with a big chunk to put into savings.
2 Likes #18
Arent these just a Renault Kadjar underneath?
2 Likes #19
Harley Roadking
Great deal. I've bought the wife new mini coopers since the BMW version came out but leasing, if you are a low mileage user, makes economical sense & saves having to sell before getting a new one. I held the Mini's for three years and traded in with around 19k on the clock so always got a good deal each time. However, over that three years my total expenditure was always more than most lease deals available today, so that's the way to go now. next month our latest mini is a mint condition 3 years old and has 13.5k on the clock. High spec so won't have a problem selling. Putting just over a grand down on a lease like this then just £147 / month leaves me with a big chunk to put into savings.


'Having to sell'..
2 Likes #20
Ross81
Arent these just a Renault Kadjar underneath?
It's a Mercedes A Class, same chassis interior, engine and key
#21
wow these are ugly, shame as interior looks nice and decent specs.
#22
Any 7 seat options?
#23
HUX1
Ross81
Arent these just a Renault Kadjar underneath?
It's a Mercedes A Class, same chassis interior, engine and key

For that size diesel engine, Mercedes uses Renault 1.5DCI in their A-class (as do all Nissans - which this is) , so this car almost certainly will too.

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Feb 02, 2017 08:26
23 Likes #24
Harley Roadking
Great deal. I've bought the wife new mini coopers since the BMW version came out but leasing, if you are a low mileage user, makes economical sense & saves having to sell before getting a new one. I held the Mini's for three years and traded in with around 19k on the clock so always got a good deal each time. However, over that three years my total expenditure was always more than most lease deals available today, so that's the way to go now. next month our latest mini is a mint condition 3 years old and has 13.5k on the clock. High spec so won't have a problem selling. Putting just over a grand down on a lease like this then just £147 / month leaves me with a big chunk to put into savings.

Can I ask a daft question? I understand that some people don't want secondhand cars. But if you keep the mini you have, it won't be secondhand. It's a great car, with loads of equipment, and low mileage. The worst of its depreciation is over, and it's not going to cost a lot in servicing. So, the daft question is simply, why not keep the mini?
1 Like #25
Three month option comes out to the same albeit with a lower upfront and higher payments.
4 Likes #26
GDB2222
Harley Roadking
Great deal. I've bought the wife new mini coopers since the BMW version came out but leasing, if you are a low mileage user, makes economical sense & saves having to sell before getting a new one. I held the Mini's for three years and traded in with around 19k on the clock so always got a good deal each time. However, over that three years my total expenditure was always more than most lease deals available today, so that's the way to go now. next month our latest mini is a mint condition 3 years old and has 13.5k on the clock. High spec so won't have a problem selling. Putting just over a grand down on a lease like this then just £147 / month leaves me with a big chunk to put into savings.
Can I ask a daft question? I understand that some people don't want secondhand cars. But if you keep the mini you have, it won't be secondhand. It's a great car, with loads of equipment, and low mileage. The worst of its depreciation is over, and it's not going to cost a lot in servicing. So, the daft question is simply, why not keep the mini?
Because it's not well maintained for those 3 years and he don't ever want to risk an MOT.
And you have to keep with the jones's too of course.
1 Like #27
Harley Roadking
Easy. EC COMBINED MPG quoted in the tech detail...

So not really 68mpg but more like 50mpg as per the A-Class it's based on.
#28
One saves £147.04 if you opt for the 9 month initial rental option.
3 Likes #29
Annoys me how the pictures of the car they use on these lease sites (and on this post) are of the top model i.e. the Sport model which looks much nicer than the SE which is the car you'd be getting. If that isn't false advertising, I don't know what is.
6 Likes #30
I'd really recommend getting the version with the business pack which comes out at just over £5000 is my maths is correct...
https://www.nationwidevehiclecontracts.co.uk/Infiniti_q30-1-5d-se-5-door-business-pack-70491.htm

You get loads of extras with the business pack like sat nav, heated seats, automatic wipers, cruise control, auto-folding and dimming mirrors and possibly some other bits that I'm forgetting.

I've got one of these by the way, so feel free to ask if you have any questions about the car.
#31
Ross81
Arent these just a Renault Kadjar underneath?


nope its mostly all Mercedes and daimler parts
#32
monkeyhanger75
HUX1
Ross81
Arent these just a Renault Kadjar underneath?
It's a Mercedes A Class, same chassis interior, engine and key

For that size diesel engine, Mercedes uses Renault 1.5DCI in their A-class (as do all Nissans - which this is) , so this car almost certainly will too.


infinitys also come in 2.2 diesels too
#33
Coming up at £150.57 for me?
#34
stevenprior1
monkeyhanger75
HUX1
Ross81
Arent these just a Renault Kadjar underneath?
It's a Mercedes A Class, same chassis interior, engine and key

For that size diesel engine, Mercedes uses Renault 1.5DCI in their A-class (as do all Nissans - which this is) , so this car almost certainly will too.


infinitys also come in 2.2 diesels too


2.2 diesel is the mercedes diesel engine used in the c and e class
2 Likes #35
ben14
If that isn't false advertising, I don't know what is.

Mrs. B, Essex
#36
Does it work for Northern Ireland as well or just U.K mainland?
1 Like #37
stevenprior1
infinitys also come in 2.2 diesels too

Infiniti's, surely?
#38
INDUSTRYHATER
Bilbo1968
INDUSTRYHATER
bowdiddly
Choose 24 months
Initial Rental £884.04
Processing Fee: £198.00
24 x 147.34 = £3536
Total for 2 years £4,618
That's it, got that price now. Shame about the initial rental bit.
Looking for jam on it aren't we?
Sort of, I'm one of those who normally just buys new and doesn't bother with or know too much about leasing.

Where did you buy a £22,000 car new for £147 per month with £0 deposit please - interested.
#39
Shame about the 1.5 Renault engine. Wish it had a Mercedes engine.
Also note that the infotainment unit is not Mercedes and is a bit crappy.

I have an Infiniti dealer close by and there's about 30 Q30s gathering dust in the front lot.... I don't know why Autotrader is only listing 8 though, I think they are limiting the number because they don't want to flood the market and risk bringing the price down?

Edited By: dush_yant on Feb 02, 2017 12:36
1 Like #40
dush_yant
Shame about the 1.5 Renault engine. Wish it had a Mercedes engine.
Also note that the infotainment unit is not Mercedes and is a bit crappy.
I have an Infiniti dealer close by and there's about 30 Q30s gathering dust in the front lot.... I don't know why Autotrader is only listing 8 though, I think they are limiting the number because they don't want to flood the market and risk bringing the price down?

OK I changed the search in Autotrader and it's showing 26 New/Nearly New Q30s plus 8 used ones at that dealer's location, so they are not hiding anything. Still that's a lot of unsold stock to have at just one dealer which explains the discounted lease deals.


Edited By: dush_yant on Feb 02, 2017 12:52

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