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NISSAN 0% APRREPRESENTATIVE FINANCE £189pm (£5799.48 deposit) - 23,190.00

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No insurance costs for one year and no servicing costs for three years. Switch to the 100% electric Nissan LEAF, and say goodbye to fuel costs and hello to electric. Read More
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No insurance costs for one year and no servicing costs for three years. Switch to the 100% electric Nissan LEAF, and say goodbye to fuel costs and hello to electric.
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4 Likes #1
Say goodbye to fuel costs and hello to losing 25 grand, massive residual losses, huge waiting times to recharge and mileage anxiety in what is little more than a basic 7k micra with an electric motor.
Sounds very tempting.
#2
fireman1
Say goodbye to fuel costs and hello to losing 25 grand, massive residual losses, huge waiting times to recharge and mileage anxiety in what is little more than a basic 7k micra with an electric motor.
Sounds very tempting.
You're not a fan then?
4 Likes #3
fireman1
Say goodbye to fuel costs and hello to losing 25 grand, massive residual losses, huge waiting times to recharge and mileage anxiety in what is little more than a basic 7k micra with an electric motor.
Sounds very tempting.

Poor residuals, yes.... never buy this car new, but the rest of your post is pure hyperbole and deserves to be called out Firstly you get a free home charger, that will charge on the 6,6kw version in 4 hours, most sensible people would do that overnight...rapid chargers charge in 30 mins...

it does 120 miles, these cars are not meant for salesmen who charge up and down the country,far from it. I would say if you do under 60 miles a day they are perfect..A taxi firm a little while ago used these leafs, did 100,000 miles, not one thing wrong, no tyres, brakes anything.... they simply don't go wrong, it is not just the 'no fuel' it is the no maintenance, no tax, no congestion charge... and £99 servicing.

you enjoy your soon to be £1.50 fuel again and £300 servicing costs with engines that break, and if you own a diesel, enjoy getting **** over by the Government real soon....For me, I will enjoy my leaf, and the free rapid charger the council provide, where I can charge in 30 mins, for a cost of £0.00p.. ICE drivers are the fools

oh and one more thing, my Nissan leaf will leave your car looking like a little baby at the traffic lights, as I zoom of into the distance


Edited By: Aeschylus on Mar 07, 2017 20:48
#4
Is a 120 miles on a full charge real world driving?
Nissan Leaf/Acceleration 0-62 mph 11.5 seconds, you'll leave a pushbike standing maybe :p

Edited By: Geemac on Mar 07, 2017 21:35
1 Like #5
I bought one for my wife second hand - its brilliant. She does around 70miles a day and she loves it. Its pretty nippy too on the motorway. It charges overnight and though that is feasible, we're having a charge point installed too - the government give you a £500 grant towards the cost and that will charge the car up 3 times faster. If It could do a few more miles - I would get one for myself - great car but don't buy new.
#6
Geemac
Is a 120 miles on a full charge real world driving?
Nissan Leaf/Acceleration 0-62 mph 11.5 seconds, you'll leave a pushbike standing maybe :p


How many journeys do you make where 0-62 mph time is relevant? On local roads an electric car will out accelerate the average petrol or diesel, so 0-30 mph times are more relevant. No gears means that there is no loss of power in between gear changes, which helps achieve the acceleration. :{
#7
apparently these do 0-30 in under 3.5 seconds that's quite worrying if it's true for 2 reasons it's a rally car for local runs. but going on a motorway this will be really bad joining a motorway at 40/50mph isn't very nice with massive juggernauts up the rear end doing 70+mph even though they are supposedly restricted to 50mph. 7 more seconds to 60 and how many to 70mph. but then again it really is a car for the local roads. this is going to go cold as u can pick up the larger 30kwh one for around similar prices and the 40kwh is coming out soon. it's not justified as this will really give u around 80 miles if the 30kwh one gives around 100 miles in real world if ur lucky.
#8
fedex1401
Geemac
Is a 120 miles on a full charge real world driving?
Nissan Leaf/Acceleration 0-62 mph 11.5 seconds, you'll leave a pushbike standing maybe :p
How many journeys do you make where 0-62 mph time is relevant? On local roads an electric car will out accelerate the average petrol or diesel, so 0-30 mph times are more relevant. No gears means that there is no loss of power in between gear changes, which helps achieve the acceleration. :{


as I zoom of into the distance Your words not mine.
#9
Aeschylus
fireman1
Say goodbye to fuel costs and hello to losing 25 grand, massive residual losses, huge waiting times to recharge and mileage anxiety in what is little more than a basic 7k micra with an electric motor.
Sounds very tempting.
If it deserves to be 'called out' then I deserve a response.
Poor residuals, yes.... never buy this car new, (This is a post for buying it New) but the rest of your post is pure hyperbole and deserves to be called out Firstly you get a free home charger, that will charge on the 6,6kw version in 4 hours, (If you don't call 4 hours a long time to fuel a car that's equivalent fuelling takes about 2 minutes, I would probably have to assume your a tortoise with a broken leg) most sensible people would do that overnight...rapid chargers charge in 30 mins...

it does 120 miles, (it will not do and will never do 120 miles. You even confirmed the range anxiety issues yourself by not wanting to do more than 60 miles a day. So why wouldn't you do 115 and then drive the mile home to charge if your not anxious?) these cars are not meant for salesmen who charge up and down the country,far from it. I would say if you do under 60 miles a day they are perfect..A taxi firm a little while ago used these leafs, (used these leafs? why do they still not use these leafs then? I don't find it surprising as a car this small with mileage limits would make a ludicrous taxi. 20 miles home sir, afraid not, that will mean I have to drive it straight back and charge it for 4 hours after my single fair) did 100,000 miles, not one thing wrong, no tyres, brakes anything.... they simply don't go wrong, (it's a car and it's mechanical and electric. it simply will go as wrong as any other car. If your claiming a car will not need tyres after a hundred k because it's electric then you are deluded, gullable or insane) it is not just the 'no fuel' it is the no maintenance, no tax, no congestion charge... and £99 servicing.

you enjoy your soon to be £1.50 fuel ( I will enjoy my fuel at £1.17. that only gives me about 16 thousand pounds of fuel over the next 2 years to break even on this deal, how will I cope with my £95 service in that time?) again and £300 servicing costs with engines that break, and if you own a diesel, enjoy getting **** over by the Government real soon....(Diesels make up a huge share of car sales, show me any govt who put morals before their revenues) For me, I will enjoy my leaf, and the free rapid charger the council provide, where I can charge in 30 mins, for a cost of £0.00p.. ICE drivers are the fools

oh and one more thing, my Nissan leaf will leave your car looking like a little baby at the traffic lights, as I zoom of into the distance
There is only one fool here and I will leave that up to others to decide. And coincidentally the voting system which is not looking too hot as I write.)
Oh, and one more thing, I will look forward to many a Nissan leaf leaving my golf r estate in the dust, and I shall be sure to wave at them as they pull off into the services for an hour after just 50 miles as I drive on home.

#10
Geemac
fedex1401
Geemac
Is a 120 miles on a full charge real world driving?
Nissan Leaf/Acceleration 0-62 mph 11.5 seconds, you'll leave a pushbike standing maybe :p
How many journeys do you make where 0-62 mph time is relevant? On local roads an electric car will out accelerate the average petrol or diesel, so 0-30 mph times are more relevant. No gears means that there is no loss of power in between gear changes, which helps achieve the acceleration. :{


as I zoom of into the distance Your words not mine.

G
Geemac
fedex1401
Geemac
Is a 120 miles on a full charge real world driving?
Nissan Leaf/Acceleration 0-62 mph 11.5 seconds, you'll leave a pushbike standing maybe :p
How many journeys do you make where 0-62 mph time is relevant? On local roads an electric car will out accelerate the average petrol or diesel, so 0-30 mph times are more relevant. No gears means that there is no loss of power in between gear changes, which helps achieve the acceleration. :{


as I zoom of into the distance Your words not mine.

I believe a word you could use about his comments, facts and opinions could be 'hyperbole'
Not sure if it's a even word or it's meaning but at least on his level he will understand.
#11
Oh, and incidently I think my 0 to 30 is claimed about 1.5 seconds. That's pretty much double the speed of your leaf. When you say 'zoom off into the distance, are you in reverse?
Catch you later little baby.
#12
Aeschylus
fireman1
Say goodbye to fuel costs and hello to losing 25 grand, massive residual losses, huge waiting times to recharge and mileage anxiety in what is little more than a basic 7k micra with an electric motor.
Sounds very tempting.

Poor residuals, yes.... never buy this car new, but the rest of your post is pure hyperbole and deserves to be called out Firstly you get a free home charger, that will charge on the 6,6kw version in 4 hours, most sensible people would do that overnight...rapid chargers charge in 30 mins...

it does 120 miles, these cars are not meant for salesmen who charge up and down the country,far from it. I would say if you do under 60 miles a day they are perfect..A taxi firm a little while ago used these leafs, did 100,000 miles, not one thing wrong, no tyres, brakes anything.... they simply don't go wrong, it is not just the 'no fuel' it is the no maintenance, no tax, no congestion charge... and £99 servicing.

you enjoy your soon to be £1.50 fuel again and £300 servicing costs with engines that break, and if you own a diesel, enjoy getting **** over by the Government real soon....For me, I will enjoy my leaf, and the free rapid charger the council provide, where I can charge in 30 mins, for a cost of £0.00p.. ICE drivers are the fools

oh and one more thing, my Nissan leaf will leave your car looking like a little baby at the traffic lights, as I zoom of into the distance



What utter tripe lol
1 Like #13
fireman1
Oh, and incidently I think my 0 to 30 is claimed about 1.5 seconds. That's pretty much double the speed of your leaf. When you say 'zoom off into the distance, are you in reverse?
Catch you later little baby.

you still miss the whole point, while you race round in your car spending money, mine costs me nothing, everytime you accelerate, pound signs come out of your exhaust, not only does mine not have an exhaust to worry about repairing, no pennies or pounds can escape....

oh, I apologise... mine costs me £99 for a service each year.... what are your running costs... I suspect we wont hear the truth even if you do tell us
#14
slashformayor
Aeschylus
fireman1
Say goodbye to fuel costs and hello to losing 25 grand, massive residual losses, huge waiting times to recharge and mileage anxiety in what is little more than a basic 7k micra with an electric motor.
Sounds very tempting.
Poor residuals, yes.... never buy this car new, but the rest of your post is pure hyperbole and deserves to be called out Firstly you get a free home charger, that will charge on the 6,6kw version in 4 hours, most sensible people would do that overnight...rapid chargers charge in 30 mins...

it does 120 miles, these cars are not meant for salesmen who charge up and down the country,far from it. I would say if you do under 60 miles a day they are perfect..A taxi firm a little while ago used these leafs, did 100,000 miles, not one thing wrong, no tyres, brakes anything.... they simply don't go wrong, it is not just the 'no fuel' it is the no maintenance, no tax, no congestion charge... and £99 servicing.

you enjoy your soon to be £1.50 fuel again and £300 servicing costs with engines that break, and if you own a diesel, enjoy getting **** over by the Government real soon....For me, I will enjoy my leaf, and the free rapid charger the council provide, where I can charge in 30 mins, for a cost of £0.00p.. ICE drivers are the fools

oh and one more thing, my Nissan leaf will leave your car looking like a little baby at the traffic lights, as I zoom of into the distance


What utter tripe lol

no, it uses electric not tripe.....some people
1 Like #15
Aeschylus
fireman1
Oh, and incidently I think my 0 to 30 is claimed about 1.5 seconds. That's pretty much double the speed of your leaf. When you say 'zoom off into the distance, are you in reverse?
Catch you later little baby.
you still miss the whole point, while you race round in your car spending money, mine costs me nothing, everytime you accelerate, pound signs come out of your exhaust, not only does mine not have an exhaust to worry about repairing, no pennies or pounds can escape....
oh, I apologise... mine costs me £99 for a service each year.... what are your running costs... I suspect we wont hear the truth even if you do tell us
My whole point, which I can assure you I haven't missed, is that your post was complete rubbish and you got just about every point you made wrong.
I don't concern myself with my running costs as I am fortunate enough to have money to cover them. I do not have a life where I get all excited and happy because I managed to save 2 pounds this week because of my superb economic driving style. I am happy to be driving a fantastic car and not a leaf.
And by the way, we really got hammered with the budget like you said didn't we. No changes to any diesel policies and petrol duty frozen. Yet another thing you got completely wrong.
Even your jokes are rubbish!

Edited By: fireman1 on Mar 08, 2017 15:24
#16
fireman1
Aeschylus
fireman1
Oh, and incidently I think my 0 to 30 is claimed about 1.5 seconds. That's pretty much double the speed of your leaf. When you say 'zoom off into the distance, are you in reverse?
Catch you later little baby.
you still miss the whole point, while you race round in your car spending money, mine costs me nothing, everytime you accelerate, pound signs come out of your exhaust, not only does mine not have an exhaust to worry about repairing, no pennies or pounds can escape....
oh, I apologise... mine costs me £99 for a service each year.... what are your running costs... I suspect we wont hear the truth even if you do tell us
My whole point, which I can assure you I haven't missed, is that your post was complete rubbish and you got just about every point you made wrong.
I don't concern myself with my running costs as I am fortunate enough to have money to cover them. I do not have a life where I get all excited and happy because I managed to save 2 pounds this week because of my superb economic driving style. I am happy to be driving a fantastic car and not a leaf.
And by the way, we really got hammered with the budget like you said didn't we. No changes to any diesel policies and petrol duty frozen. Yet another thing you got completely wrong.
Even your jokes are rubbish!

You did not follow the budget then...he just put diesel drivers on notice...changes in next budget


the Government will continue to explore the appropriate tax treatment for diesel vehicles and will engage with stakeholders ahead of making any tax changes at Autumn Budget 2017

Edited By: Aeschylus on Mar 08, 2017 16:15
#17
Geemac
fedex1401
Geemac
Is a 120 miles on a full charge real world driving?
Nissan Leaf/Acceleration 0-62 mph 11.5 seconds, you'll leave a pushbike standing maybe :p
How many journeys do you make where 0-62 mph time is relevant? On local roads an electric car will out accelerate the average petrol or diesel, so 0-30 mph times are more relevant. No gears means that there is no loss of power in between gear changes, which helps achieve the acceleration. :{


as I zoom of into the distance Your words not mine.


I think you'll find that they were someone else's words not mine :{

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