Nissan Pulsar 1.5 dCi Acenta 24 month Lease 106.48 pm with 1198.31 upfront 10K miles £3407.36 from NVS - HotUKDeals
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Nissan Pulsar 1.5 dCi Acenta 24 month Lease 106.48 pm with 1198.31 upfront 10K miles £3407.36 from NVS £3,647.35

£3647.35 @ National Vehicle Solutions
Seems quite a lot of car for the money. 10k miles. has to be ordered before the end of September for delivery in October. Price includes solid colour (which is red). Service pricing available here:… Read More
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
Seems quite a lot of car for the money. 10k miles. has to be ordered before the end of September for delivery in October. Price includes solid colour (which is red).

Service pricing available here:

https://www.nissan.co.uk/ownership/nissan-services/service-care.html

Configuration to show what is standard available here:

http://experience.nissan.co.uk/GB/en/tool/car-builder/pulsar.html

admin fee is 239.99 and is included in the final price

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There are plenty of cars on the market for less than 3.5K pounds. Therefore if you are not interested in brand new vehicles please refrein from getting involved. Thanks
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#1
I think you forgot

Admin Fee
£239.99

£151.97 a month


Edited By: bigwheels on Sep 19, 2016 16:28
#2
bigwheels
I think you forgot
Admin Fee
£239.99
indeed. will edit it
#3
My lease company were trying to push one of these onto me last year. I turned it down and added another year on my Focus. It just didn't appeal to me!
#4
The biggest problem with car leasing is the dishonesty of the brokers most deals are lures and don't exist!
2 Likes #5
biggysilly
My lease company were trying to push one of these onto me last year. I turned it down and added another year on my Focus. It just didn't appeal to me!
is that normal for them to offer you an extension to the lease towards the end?
I assume they lower the monthly payments?

I'm getting my first lease car delivered next week
3 Likes #6
biggysilly
My lease company were trying to push one of these onto me last year. I turned it down and added another year on my Focus. It just didn't appeal to me!


Cool story.
#7
"There are plenty of cars on the market for less than 3.5K pounds. Therefore if you are not interested in brand new vehicles please refrein from getting involved"

Well that saved me from having to wade through about 75% of the probable comments on this deal :p
1 Like #8
£159 for oil, oil filter, sump washer and screenwash. Ouch!
#9
5000 miles pa?!

Not 10k... so low
1 Like #10
redduck
"There are plenty of cars on the market for less than 3.5K pounds. Therefore if you are not interested in brand new vehicles please refrein from getting involved"
Well that saved me from having to wade through about 75% of the probable comments on this deal :p
Fun spoiler. That's all I'm on here for! :D
#11
Any good electric vehicle lease deals at the moment?
1 Like #12
biggysilly
I saw this on Honest John "20-7-2016: Report of 2015 Nissan Pulsar 1.2 DIG-T using 1.5 litres of oil in 6,000 miles, then a further litre in a further 1,500 miles. Dealer told owner it needed new piston rings, but there was a supply problem (possibly due to French holiday season)"

Different engine and different fuel, doesn't matter what make car someone will get a lemon from new at some point
#13
Is this using Renault engine?
#14
qbs
£159 for oil, oil filter, sump washer and screenwash. Ouch!

Actually it's a diesel, so it's 'from' £179..lol.
2 Likes #15
KnightInd2000
redduck
"There are plenty of cars on the market for less than 3.5K pounds. Therefore if you are not interested in brand new vehicles please refrein from getting involved"
Well that saved me from having to wade through about 75% of the probable comments on this deal :p
Fun spoiler. That's all I'm on here for! :D


Fun spoiler not included with this model, you would need to add the sports pack.
#16
loofer
biggysilly
My lease company were trying to push one of these onto me last year. I turned it down and added another year on my Focus. It just didn't appeal to me!
is that normal for them to offer you an extension to the lease towards the end?
I assume they lower the monthly payments?

I'm getting my first lease car delivered next week


I'm also curious to know about this
1 Like #17
"Nissan is expecting the Acenta to be the best selling Pulsar yet. It is sophisticated, sporty and stylish with a sleek design and is extremely easy to drive. It is excellent at driving down roads"

Well I'm sold from the last sentence!
3 Likes #18
lockwoodisbored
biggysilly
My lease company were trying to push one of these onto me last year. I turned it down and added another year on my Focus. It just didn't appeal to me!
Cool story.
It seems my last post was deleted as it mentioned a banned Merchant who I use for lease cars. also another comment was removed about honest john but not the subsequent quotes to my post. Anyway I must have annoyed a mod somewhere?
So in answer to your question "Loofer" "mcaf123" and sorry to "Lockwoodisbored" for another cool story.
I got a good deal with xxxx for a titanium focus 2014 6+23m £169/m when the lease was coming up for expiry they started emailing me about deals to renew and this Pulsar was their biggest drive saying how top spec it was. I looked around for reviews but could't find any as it was a newly released car, I thought it was odd that a newly released car was being pushed so hard by the lease company when you look at Evokes and Discovery Sports they charge massive premiums (although the Evoke is now getting cheaper). The firm couldn't find anything close to what I already had so I requsted a quote to extend the lease for another year. They came back with a £6/m increase so £174/m. I have to factor in another service (£229 2nd, the first was £99) and maybe two front tyres.It's cheap for this deal but look at what you get!
#19
biggysilly
My lease company were trying to push one of these onto me last year. I turned it down and added another year on my Focus. It just didn't appeal to me!


I have owned both. currently have the pulsar tekna diesel. much better car
#20
biggysilly
My lease company were trying to push one of these onto me last year. I turned it down and added another year on my Focus. It just didn't appeal to me!


I have owned both. currently have the pulsar tekna diesel. much better car
#21
Possibly the most boring car ever invented.

Me: Hello Derek what's that car you've leased
Derek: A Nissan Pulsar
Me: Sorry Derek I have fallen to an instant coma
Derek: Meh

Edited By: fishmaster on Sep 20, 2016 22:46
1 Like #22
Shambolic
qbs
£159 for oil, oil filter, sump washer and screenwash. Ouch!
Actually it's a diesel, so it's 'from' £179..lol.
I heard about a bloke who took his BMW in for a service. Accepted their kind offer of a lift back into town and their offer of coffee and rolls. All added to the bill! :D
#23
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice
1 Like #24
No point posting here saying it's a boring car as that is obvious. It's just as boring as a Golf or AUDI A3 and plenty of people drive them!
I have a Golf GTD lease car outside and it's really good. Boring, but good. For most folk this car would do the same job and for half the price of my Golf. That makes it a good deal in my book.

Anyway someone asked about keeping the car after 2 years. This is what I have done. It depends on the lease company, but my experience is that if you are with one of the big companies (I'm with Network/leaseplan) they really don't care about getting the car back as long as you keep paying for it. This works out better for me as it was 1600 up front and 239 a month so it saves me finding another lump sum payment to order another car. Also the lease company will keep servicing it and putting tyres on which works out great. If you check the small print on your contract it will say if you are allowed to not hand it back and keep it longer.
#25
leechuter
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice


Really? The engine that gets praise in every car it's fitted to isn't very good? Obviously all the car mags must be wrong then. It's zero road tax, great on fuel and quiet.
#26
Has this deal changed? I'm getting £121.70 a month (£2799.10 for 23 months) and £1095.30 (9 month upfront) for a total of £3894.40 without an admin fee
#27
pugboy
leechuter
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice


Really? The engine that gets praise in every car it's fitted to isn't very good? Obviously all the car mags must be wrong then. It's zero road tax, great on fuel and quiet.


Has this got the same engine as used in the Qashqai?
#28
These engines are excellent imo.
#29
shininghero
pugboy
leechuter
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice
Really? The engine that gets praise in every car it's fitted to isn't very good? Obviously all the car mags must be wrong then. It's zero road tax, great on fuel and quiet.
Has this got the same engine as used in the Qashqai?

yes it does have the same engine, the one that sounds like a 15 year old Citroen van
#30
leechuter
shininghero
pugboy
leechuter
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice
Really? The engine that gets praise in every car it's fitted to isn't very good? Obviously all the car mags must be wrong then. It's zero road tax, great on fuel and quiet.
Has this got the same engine as used in the Qashqai?

yes it does have the same engine, the one that sounds like a 15 year old Citroen van


I had the 1.5diesel in the Qashqai+2 for a week as a courtesy car and IMO it wasn't bad at all and felt much quieter than my Countryman SD which sounds like a tractor at best. I dread to think what a 15 y/o **** sounds like

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