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I have seen a couple of deals on the Leaf recently but none this good.
Only a £129 deposit (although technically £282 after you add on the PCP fee they charge).
£129 a month for 2 years for a brand new 15 plate Visia+ Leaf (the model with the alloys, sat nav, bluetooth, aircon).
After the 2 years you just give the car back.

The price goes up to
£138 for 7000 miles a year or
£142 per month for 8000 miles a year.
Sorry i don't know any higher, I never asked.

This is not the flex model so no extra payments for the battery.

This is from Trenton Garage in Hull. The car must be registered before end of March.

No Tax, No MOT, No Congestion charge, No Petrol

EDIT: £100 per 1000miles you go over when you hand it back. So 5k miles per year. After the two years you hand it back with 12k miles, you will pay an extra £200.
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regcar
Sorry to be thick, but I do not understand electric cars. If the range is 90 miles, does that mean it is impossible to use this car for long journeys? If one wanted to visit Northern Scotland the distance could be 500 miles, so would seem impossible without spending several days recharging. Is there a sensible solution?. If one of the experts could enlighten me I would be grateful.

Tick the 500 mile extension cable on the options list
17 Likes
m1chaels
Anyone know what the pence per mile is for the electric if 1 unit costs 11p?

Empty to full charge is about 25kWh.
If 1kWh = 11p then 25kWh = £2.75.
A full charge gives you roughly 90 miles, speaking realistically (not the 124 miles or whatever it is that Nissan claims).
Therefore £2.75 = 90 miles, so 1 miles = £0.03.
If you’re on Economy 7 and charge at night time (making use of the Leaf’s charge timer), and your night kWh rate is 5.5p, then the cost per mile is halved - so just 1.5 pence per mile.
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terriclarkfan
I predict the queues at charging posts will suddenly get worse next month when all the HukDers get their cars too!Maybe we should all get a HukD bumper sticker to recognise each other? ;)
And a funny handshake too :-)
I wonder how many of us have taken the plunge and bought one. I'm holding my hand up....

Edited By: zedcred on Mar 24, 2015 08:33
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yellowbadger
Massive thanks to OP. A lot of us have managed to get a brand new car here with a cracking deal. I notice that the Hull dealer now has 219 down and 219 per month now.
Joebuckton (the OP) deserves a free leaf from Nissan due to the amount of sales generated from this post. If Nissan won't then maybe all the dealers that ended up hitting their leaf sale targets should all chip in. I had no intention of running a leaf before seeing this thread...now I'll be picking up a brand new one up in a couple of days. All in the space of a week!

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#1
I got 6 gunshots. I bet my insurance on this toycar is still £2k.
1 Like #2
Does this price include battery retail?
1 Like #3
emiratesstadium
Does this price include battery retail?

I would like to know this too
1 Like #4
Yes it does, these are not the flex models. So the battery is included.

emiratesstadium
Does this price include battery retail?
Yep
teerex
emiratesstadium
Does this price include battery retail?
I would like to know this too
Yep
1 Like #5
Sounds like a cracking deal, have some heat
1 Like #6
5 million miles a year...should just about do me
#7
dieselevil
5 million miles a year...should just about do me
Haha woops
#8
What is the all in cost over the term?

Could this be purchased through a company to save via the low bik?

Edited By: m1chaels on Mar 16, 2015 22:54
1 Like #9
m1chaels
What is the all in cost over the term?
Could this be purchased through a company to save via the low bik?

24 x 129 + 282 = £3378 for 2 years.
Don't forget to take into account the usual amount you would spend on petrol too :)

This deal isn't available for business. I asked.
#10
joebuckton
m1chaels
What is the all in cost over the term?
Could this be purchased through a company to save via the low bik?
24 x 129 + 282 = £3378 for 2 years.
Don't forget to take into account the usual amount you would spend on petrol too :)
This deal isn't available for business. I asked.

That's a shame as the BIK is only 5/7% or 1322 tax for a 40% tax payer over 2 years.

Is this available from all Nissan dealers?
1 Like #11
m1chaels
joebuckton
m1chaels
What is the all in cost over the term?
Could this be purchased through a company to save via the low bik?
24 x 129 + 282 = £3378 for 2 years.
Don't forget to take into account the usual amount you would spend on petrol too :)
This deal isn't available for business. I asked.
That's a shame as the BIK is only 5/7% or 1322 tax for a 40% tax payer over 2 years.
Is this available from all Nissan dealers?

I'm not sure mate. I think it is just this one but worth ringing your local dealer to see if he will match it.
#12
Anyone know what the pence per mile is for the electric if 1 unit costs 11p?
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m1chaels
Anyone know what the pence per mile is for the electric if 1 unit costs 11p?

Empty to full charge is about 25kWh.
If 1kWh = 11p then 25kWh = £2.75.
A full charge gives you roughly 90 miles, speaking realistically (not the 124 miles or whatever it is that Nissan claims).
Therefore £2.75 = 90 miles, so 1 miles = £0.03.
If you’re on Economy 7 and charge at night time (making use of the Leaf’s charge timer), and your night kWh rate is 5.5p, then the cost per mile is halved - so just 1.5 pence per mile.
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qwerta369
m1chaels
Anyone know what the pence per mile is for the electric if 1 unit costs 11p?
Empty to full charge is about 25kWh.
If 1kWh = 11p then 25kWh = £2.75.
A full charge gives you roughly 90 miles, speaking realistically (not the 124 miles or whatever it is that Nissan claims).
Therefore £2.75 = 90 miles, so 1 miles = £0.03.
If you’re on Economy 7 and charge at night time (making use of the Leaf’s charge timer), and your night kWh rate is 5.5p, then the cost per mile is halved - so just 1.5 pence per mile.
Excellent explanation,
#15
Damn shame I've nowhere to plug it in.
#16
fugly ,id sooner The bus / "waste" 1700 quid on repairs / mot to summat id WANT to drive

Edited By: logohigh on Mar 18, 2015 07:10
#17
Do you get the deposit returned , out of interest ?
#18
According to the Nissan site the Visia+ doesn't include sat nav and quite a few of the desired extras including the improved heat pump heater. I wonder how much a teckna would be on this deal?
http://www.nissan.co.uk/GB/en/vehicle/electric-vehicles/leaf/prices-and-equipment/compare-leaf-models.html
#19
damm, I ordered renault zoe in january for similar deal, but still waiting. received nothing but appaling customer service from renault uk. the dealership said car should be at dealer 6/3, and renault uk say 18/3 but it still waiting prep at import.
debating whether to cancek if I can nissan leaf at this price
#20
Wife's car costs around 60 quid to do 400 miles. So you are saving an extra 50 quid a month roughly which can go towards the car lease costs making it about 80 a month. Very rough figures. Hot.
#21
dversteeg
According to the Nissan site the Visia+ doesn't include sat nav and quite a few of the desired extras including the improved heat pump heater. I wonder how much a teckna would be on this deal?
http://www.nissan.co.uk/GB/en/vehicle/electric-vehicles/leaf/prices-and-equipment/compare-leaf-models.html
pity the Tekna is the one you want.
#22
phillsmit3
Wife's car costs around 60 quid to do 400 miles. So you are saving an extra 50 quid a month roughly which can go towards the car lease costs making it about 80 a month. Very rough figures. Hot.
ginettejackson7
damm, I ordered renault zoe in january for similar deal, but still waiting. received nothing but appaling customer service from renault uk. the dealership said car should be at dealer 6/3, and renault uk say 18/3 but it still waiting prep at import.
debating whether to cancek if I can nissan leaf at this price
cancel things can only get worse !!
#23
very hot.
#24
this looks to good to be true.

a brand new car for a cost of under £4000 to own for 2 years and then hand back? is that right?
#25
Sorry to be thick, but I do not understand electric cars. If the range is 90 miles, does that mean it is impossible to use this car for long journeys? If one wanted to visit Northern Scotland the distance could be 500 miles, so would seem impossible without spending several days recharging. Is there a sensible solution?. If one of the experts could enlighten me I would be grateful.
#26
furbars
dversteeg
According to the Nissan site the Visia+ doesn't include sat nav and quite a few of the desired extras including the improved heat pump heater. I wonder how much a teckna would be on this deal?http://www.nissan.co.uk/GB/en/vehicle/electric-vehicles/leaf/prices-and-equipment/compare-leaf-models.html
pity the Tekna is the one you want.
On second look it does include sat nav just not the fancy touch screen one with extras. This is very hot IMO :)
#27
regcar
Sorry to be thick, but I do not understand electric cars. If the range is 90 miles, does that mean it is impossible to use this car for long journeys? If one wanted to visit Northern Scotland the distance could be 500 miles, so would seem impossible without spending several days recharging. Is there a sensible solution?. If one of the experts could enlighten me I would be grateful.
not designed for distance driving,so yes impossible without recharge
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regcar
Sorry to be thick, but I do not understand electric cars. If the range is 90 miles, does that mean it is impossible to use this car for long journeys? If one wanted to visit Northern Scotland the distance could be 500 miles, so would seem impossible without spending several days recharging. Is there a sensible solution?. If one of the experts could enlighten me I would be grateful.

Plenty of motorway service stations (and other locations) have rapid chargers. They take 30 minutes to charge to 80%. They're free. :)
#29
regcar
Sorry to be thick, but I do not understand electric cars. If the range is 90 miles, does that mean it is impossible to use this car for long journeys? If one wanted to visit Northern Scotland the distance could be 500 miles, so would seem impossible without spending several days recharging. Is there a sensible solution?. If one of the experts could enlighten me I would be grateful.

It's a fair point. Electric cars are suited to town driving, so for long drives you either need a long range electric (e.g. Tesla Model S with careful planning for one stop) or some hybrid/PHEV really. The Leaf would need such careful planning and micromanagement you wouldn't realistically want to drive to Northern Scotland.
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I drove from London to Yorkshire recently. Stopped twice for 30 minutes each. Toilet, coffee, nappy change.. 30 minutes is quickly over.
1 Like #31
qwerta369
regcar
Sorry to be thick, but I do not understand electric cars. If the range is 90 miles, does that mean it is impossible to use this car for long journeys? If one wanted to visit Northern Scotland the distance could be 500 miles, so would seem impossible without spending several days recharging. Is there a sensible solution?. If one of the experts could enlighten me I would be grateful.
Plenty of motorway service stations (and other locations) have rapid chargers. They take 30 minutes to charge to 80%. They're free. :)

I didnt know that but my god what a trip....assuming 90 mile max , thats 5 half hour stops, in reality if they only charge to 80% add in a few more half hour stops in that 500 mile trip, assuming there were charging points in the right places, it just wouldnt work

Edited By: jukie on Mar 18, 2015 07:32
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regcar
Sorry to be thick, but I do not understand electric cars. If the range is 90 miles, does that mean it is impossible to use this car for long journeys? If one wanted to visit Northern Scotland the distance could be 500 miles, so would seem impossible without spending several days recharging. Is there a sensible solution?. If one of the experts could enlighten me I would be grateful.

Tick the 500 mile extension cable on the options list
#33
13 miles per day. no thanks
#34
0-60 in a week
#35
regcar
Sorry to be thick, but I do not understand electric cars. If the range is 90 miles, does that mean it is impossible to use this car for long journeys? If one wanted to visit Northern Scotland the distance could be 500 miles, so would seem impossible without spending several days recharging. Is there a sensible solution?. If one of the experts could enlighten me I would be grateful.
you could do it but would be stressful, would have to plan location of every rapid charge motorway station. if you only waited enough time for an 80 perc charge ( assuming charger available and working) that would give you a range of 70 miles, so if doing 70mph on motorway you would need to stop every hour to charge.
not sure if all leafs can charge to 80 perc in 30 minutes , might just be some models
1 Like #36
benjammin316
0-60 in a week
These are actually quite nippy, really nice to drive. But designed for comuters not long distance trips
1 Like #37
As someone that owns a Leaf, I'd say the deal is good, but you the Visia+ is not the model to get, mainly because I believe that it uses the old stlye heater that is not as efficient as the one in the higher models, and as other have pointed out I'm not sure the SatNav is included in this model. To put this deal in perspective, I put £1k deposit down, pay £163 a month do 10k miles a year, and drive the Tekna model. So with a little bit more money upfront I reckon you can negotiate your way upto a Tekna for very similar money.
1 Like #38
phatbhoy
benjammin316
0-60 in a week
These are actually quite nippy, really nice to drive. But designed for comuters not long distance trips


Was just kidding, I do like Nissan, heat added btw op
#39
Miss wants one but we dont have a drive we have to park on the road so we cant charge it :(
Also what the deal about damage to the car ? Like scratches and if someone hits u ect whilst parked on the road
#40
dversteeg
According to the Nissan site the Visia+ doesn't include sat nav and quite a few of the desired extras including the improved heat pump heater. I wonder how much a teckna would be on this deal?http://www.nissan.co.uk/GB/en/vehicle/electric-vehicles/leaf/prices-and-equipment/compare-leaf-models.html
The visia+ does have satnav/Bluetooth etc. not the heat pump tho.
http://cdn.raccars.co.uk/image/upload/c_limit,f_auto,q_60,w_533/v1/9252041/9.jpg


Edited By: joebuckton on Mar 18, 2015 07:45

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