Nissan Juke Visia 1.6, 2yr lease, 10k/annum, £157.03 Initial Deposit, £157.03 monthly £4068.72 @ Yes Lease - HotUKDeals
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Nissan Juke Visia 1.6, 2yr lease, 10k/annum, £157.03 Initial Deposit, £157.03 monthly £4,068.72 @ Yes Lease

£4068.72 @ Yes Lease
Deal provided by Yes Lease - Quoting reference DPCHC-120351195. Call them on 01782 254444 or complete the form for a callback request. Nissan Juke Visia 1.6 petrol 10,000 miles per annum Con… Read More
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6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago
Deal provided by Yes Lease - Quoting reference DPCHC-120351195.

Call them on 01782 254444 or complete the form for a callback request.

Nissan Juke Visia 1.6 petrol
10,000 miles per annum

Contract term 24 months
Rental profile 1 + 23
Annual mileage 10000
Processing fee £300.00
Finance doc fee £0.00
Production status Current model
Warranty included yes
Breakdown cover yes

Equates to £4,068.72 total cost for term.

Seems like a decent deal considering such a small Initial deposit.

What do you guys think?
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16 Likes
ruc
must be the ugliest car of century.

I raise you a...

http://dreamaticl.com/images/fiat-multipla-4.jpg
7 Likes
Processing fee £300
Can I offer to process it myself and only charge them £250 for it?

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3 Likes #1
Just over £2000 per year for a brand new car is a good deal imo
2 Likes #2
Does it have to be this colour?
banned#3
good deal but how economical is this compared to my 1.9 diesel . I'm currently saving £400 a year from a 1.4 petrol .
7 Likes #4
Processing fee £300
Can I offer to process it myself and only charge them £250 for it?
2 Likes #5
that seems a good deal for a new vehicle, spec is ok, we had one and it was fine, looks aren't to everyones taste, but drove nicely and was pretty comfortable, if a little lacklustre (imho), we have a Mokka now which is far better. We are on our third lease car after some second hand disasters.
1 Like #6
DexMorgan
Processing fee £300
Can I offer to process it myself and only charge them £250 for it?


X)
#7
I looked into this last week, it only comes in red or white and delivery isn't till December.
#8
xynthian
Does it have to be this colour?
Under Optional Extras Flame Red is free, Arctic White is plus £250 and more colours from £575 extra
2 Likes #9
JustSapphire
xynthian
Does it have to be this colour?
Under Optional Extras Flame Red is free, Arctic White is plus £250 and more colours from £575 extra


Flame Red is a lovely colour, I had a RenaultSport Clio in that. Got a real depth to it.

This is a good deal, it's just a shame the Juke isn't that nice of a car to drive. I really wanted to like it too, had one as a hire car in Italy and it was just awful really. Poor ride, noisy, iffy feeling controls and a useless boot. I was also the first person to hire the car and it only had a few KMs on it, yet it had more rattles than Mothercare.

Edited By: ollie87 on Nov 13, 2016 17:15: More detail
1 Like #10
can you add a tow bar to a lease car.
not necessarily this 1.6 but a diesel version?
banned 1 Like #11
just searched auto trader for one, you can get 1.5 diesel , 63 reg with 60,000 miles on clock £7,000. not bad
2 Likes #12
Can you turn the fog lights off in this model on a clear day or does it always have to be switched on like a horrendous looking Christmas tree all the time?
1 Like #13
Got one of these last week, 12 plate with 60k miles, 1.5dci for 6.5k. I would suggest getting the acenta model, premium pack if possible. Can't complain.

Thought about leasing a little over a year ago, ended up putting that money aside monthly until my car gave up, paid for more than half this car.
1 Like #14
Toybhoy
Can you turn the fog lights off in this model on a clear day or does it always have to be switched on like a horrendous looking Christmas tree all the time?

Fog lamps on when no foggy is illegal and definitely can be switched off.
#15
birkang
Just over £2000 per year for a brand new car is a good deal imo

Very low spec new car though.
#16
you can pick the nissan option (I have the VW one on my leased passat alltrack) or I guess you can fit one with their approval but I am quite sure it will have to taken off before giving the car back
#17
What in the blue hell is a 'processing fee'? And also, does it really cost essentially 2 months of payments?
#18
Have they resolved the low gearing with this particular engine?
#19
sofiasar
good deal but how economical is this compared to my 1.9 diesel . I'm currently saving £400 a year from a 1.4 petrol .

The real MPG of this model is 39.7 mpg.
3 Likes #20
Yuk, awful looking vehicle IMHO
3 Likes #22
absolutely ugly duckling car. .must be the ugliest car of century.
16 Likes #24
ruc
must be the ugliest car of century.

I raise you a...

http://dreamaticl.com/images/fiat-multipla-4.jpg
1 Like #25
Absolutely loath the car (wouldn't want to drive one if it was given to me for free), but £2k a year for a brand new car, 20k of mileage and a guarantee of no garage repair bills, is great deal. Heat added

Edited By: MrSweeney on Nov 14, 2016 09:55
3 Likes #26
m5rcc
ruc
must be the ugliest car of century.
I raise you a...http://dreamaticl.com/images/fiat-multipla-4.jpg

Good shout - easily the ugliest front end of any car. My ace of spades is the sans.. syans...sssany, some sh*tty car called the 'rodius'
Imagine the front end of the multipla with the rear end of this

http://images.car.bauercdn.com/upload/9298/images/3ssangyongrodiuscarreview.jpg
#27
Wait! A late entry, another ssanssaasysongasa, this time a Mahindra (nope, I've never heard of it either until now)

Warning - NSFW, its that bad


http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/images/2016/09/01/Mahindra-e20-side-xlarge_trans++BdnEeBDLJJ3dGFO4IYDRmBAAEYsxWVDpdsG1K_KHZPU.jpg

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Nov 14, 2016 10:57
1 Like #28
jaydeeuk1
Wait! A late entry, another ssanssaasysongasa, this time a Mahindra (nope, I've never heard of it either until now)
Warning - NSFW, its that badhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/images/2016/09/01/Mahindra-e20-side-xlarge_trans++BdnEeBDLJJ3dGFO4IYDRmBAAEYsxWVDpdsG1K_KHZPU.jpg

I'm all-in!

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00842/motoring-graphics-2_842471a.jpg
#29
m5rcc
jaydeeuk1
Wait! A late entry, another ssanssaasysongasa, this time a Mahindra (nope, I've never heard of it either until now)
Warning - NSFW, its that badhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/images/2016/09/01/Mahindra-e20-side-xlarge_trans++BdnEeBDLJJ3dGFO4IYDRmBAAEYsxWVDpdsG1K_KHZPU.jpg
I'm all-in!http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00842/motoring-graphics-2_842471a.jpg


WTF is that? Looks like a pontiac badge
#30
jaydeeuk1
m5rcc
jaydeeuk1
Wait! A late entry, another ssanssaasysongasa, this time a Mahindra (nope, I've never heard of it either until now)
Warning - NSFW, its that badhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/images/2016/09/01/Mahindra-e20-side-xlarge_trans++BdnEeBDLJJ3dGFO4IYDRmBAAEYsxWVDpdsG1K_KHZPU.jpg
I'm all-in!http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00842/motoring-graphics-2_842471a.jpg
WTF is that? Looks like a pontiac badge

A Pontiac Aztek (not seen Breaking Bad?!), bizarrely designed by the same guy who would later design the C7 Corvette
#31
m5rcc
jaydeeuk1
m5rcc
jaydeeuk1
Wait! A late entry, another ssanssaasysongasa, this time a Mahindra (nope, I've never heard of it either until now)
Warning - NSFW, its that badhttp://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/images/2016/09/01/Mahindra-e20-side-xlarge_trans++BdnEeBDLJJ3dGFO4IYDRmBAAEYsxWVDpdsG1K_KHZPU.jpg
I'm all-in!http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/00842/motoring-graphics-2_842471a.jpg
WTF is that? Looks like a pontiac badge
A Pontiac Aztek (not seen Breaking Bad?!), bizarrely designed by the same guy who would later design the C7 Corvette
Nope, ashamed to admit I haven't seen it!
#32
I looked at these a couple of years ago when they were originally posted via leasing. The boot was tiny and they are much smaller than you would expect. They seem aimed at people who want a 4x4 high up experience but don't necessarily care what they drive.

Most people would be no worse off driving a super mini. I see very little benefits of going for one of these unless the deal is brilliant (this isn't bad but not mind blowing).
1 Like #33
Oh what a surprise, another lease thread being dragged off topic by the same people.

Reload this thread and look at how much of a mess it looks for anyone genuinely interested in this deal with pointless images of ugly cars. And to make matters worse people are quoting the same images over and over, ridiculous.

Edited By: Mada06 on Nov 14, 2016 11:38
1 Like #34
Mada06
Oh what a surprise, another lease thread being dragged off topic by the same people.
Reload this thread and look at how much of a mess it looks for anyone genuinely interested in this deal with pointless images of ugly cars. And to make matters worse people are quoting the same images over and over, ridiculous.

Calm down dear, it's just an ugly lease car deal!
#35
I got a Fiesta Zetec S Black Edition with spare wheel and privacy glass arriving next week on a 3+36 month deal. 15k mileage allowance with 3.3ppm excess mileage. £162.01 per month (£486 up front + £299 fee).

Was that any good?
#36
ses6jwg
I got a Fiesta Zetec S Black Edition with spare wheel and privacy glass arriving next week on a 3+36 month deal. 15k mileage allowance with 3.3ppm excess mileage. £162.01 per month (£486 up front + £299 fee).
Was that any good?

It's OK - cheaper deals over the term available. Do you really need 15k miles/yr?
#37
m5rcc
ses6jwg
I got a Fiesta Zetec S Black Edition with spare wheel and privacy glass arriving next week on a 3+36 month deal. 15k mileage allowance with 3.3ppm excess mileage. £162.01 per month (£486 up front + £299 fee).
Was that any good?
It's OK - cheaper deals over the term available. Do you really need 15k miles/yr?

Yes definitely.
1 Like #38
Mada06
Oh what a surprise, another lease thread being dragged off topic by the same people.
Reload this thread and look at how much of a mess it looks for anyone genuinely interested in this deal with pointless images of ugly cars. And to make matters worse people are quoting the same images over and over, ridiculous.

How is it off topic? Pictures of ugly cars are about as on topic as you can get with a juke. And as a cactus owner there aren't many cars we can look down upon in that department.
#39
jaydeeuk1
Mada06
Oh what a surprise, another lease thread being dragged off topic by the same people.
Reload this thread and look at how much of a mess it looks for anyone genuinely interested in this deal with pointless images of ugly cars. And to make matters worse people are quoting the same images over and over, ridiculous.

How is it off topic? Pictures of ugly cars are about as on topic as you can get with a juke. And as a cactus owner there aren't many cars we can look down upon in that department.


Hey, Jay! To keep off topic and anger the above poster :).....

What do you think of your Cactus? I bloody love the look of them and am wishing the death of my 8yr old v50 to justify having one.
1 Like #40
villageidiotdan
jaydeeuk1
Mada06
Oh what a surprise, another lease thread being dragged off topic by the same people.
Reload this thread and look at how much of a mess it looks for anyone genuinely interested in this deal with pointless images of ugly cars. And to make matters worse people are quoting the same images over and over, ridiculous.
How is it off topic? Pictures of ugly cars are about as on topic as you can get with a juke. And as a cactus owner there aren't many cars we can look down upon in that department.
Hey, Jay! To keep off topic and anger the above poster :).....
What do you think of your Cactus? I bloody love the look of them and am wishing the death of my 8yr old v50 to justify having one.

I actually rather like it. Had been looking at a Lexus CT, Prius plugin and Vauxhall ampera. The cactus was the cheapest of the 4 by far, but i loved the looks (and couldn't justify over £25k on a Vauxhall!). Incredibly comfy - even more than the other directors £100k range rover. The touchscreen can be a bit fiddly if you're shooting down b roads and wanting to change the temp, but it's the first new car I've bought and not been worried about parking next to an old couple in a micra. Rear view camera is excellent even in pitch black.
The only engine to go for is the 1.2 turbo petrol, much quicker and quieter than the diesels, and mpg is pretty damn good imo. Off the line nothing less than a 2.0 diesel can keep up. The auto is supposed to be crap though. Mines the flair model, can't remember what's extra on that though.

Only things I miss after coming from an IQ (other than ability to park in ridiculous places) is the auto dimming rear view mirror and the windows don't automatically wind down - you have to keep the button pressed down! The Sat nav does postcode search, although not obvious.The press give it 5 star reviews, I'd knock a star off for the minor annoyances above.

My PCP finishes in 12 months or so, really not sure what to go for next, enjoyed my 2 years so far with it.

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