Nissan Pulsar Hatchback 1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr Lease - 2 years - 6k pa - £92.64pm Total £3324.48 OR 3 years - 8k Pa £92.34p/m - Total £4422.96 @ Vehicle Savers - HotUKDeals
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Nissan Pulsar Hatchback 1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr Lease - 2 years - 6k pa - £92.64pm Total £3,324.48 OR 3 years - 8k Pa £92.34p/m - Total £4422.96 @ Vehicle Savers

£3324.48 @ Vehicle Savers
Okay, so this is the best I could see this motor for at the moment. Some have a smaller admin fee but work out around £10pm extra throught the term anyway and from what I can see goes over the 4k mar… Read More
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[mod] 7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Okay, so this is the best I could see this motor for at the moment.
Some have a smaller admin fee but work out around £10pm extra throught the term anyway and from what I can see goes over the 4k mark. (on 8k deal)

2 years 6k (only) per annum non maintained

Ex vat £77.20 x 23 + up front payment £694.80 + admin fee £300 = £27704
Inc Vat £92.64 x 23 + up front payment £833.73 + admin fee £360 = £3324.48

3 years 6k (Only)per annum non maintained

Ex vat £76.95 x 35 + up front payment £692.55 + admin fee £300 = £3685.80
Inc Vat £92.34 x 35 + up front payment £831.06 + admin fee £360 = £4422.96

A few of the many features
Steering wheel mounted audio controls
DAB Digital radio
USB/iPod connection
Automatic headlights
Daytime running lights
Rear passenger heating ducts
Dual zone automatic air conditioning
Air re-circulation and pollen filter
Gear shift indicator
Illuminated boot
Driver and passenger airbags
Front seat belt height adjuster

Info
Engine Size - 1197 cc
MPG Urban - 65.7mpg
MPG Extra Urban - 65.7 mpg
MPG Combined - 56.5 mpg
Fuel Type - Petrol
0-62 mph - 10.8 sec
Doors - 5
Transmission - Manual

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#1
Had it as a hire car and its horrible to drive. So make sure you at least go for a test drive at a dealership because 3 years is a long time to be stuck with this car
#2
colinmckenna
Had it as a hire car and its horrible to drive. So make sure you at least go for a test drive at a dealership because 3 years is a long time to be stuck with this car


What makes the car horrible to drive? Poor braking, vibration, too much in corners, uncomfortable seats? I don't think it's a bad car to drive compare to cars in its class. If you went from an A3 or A class or even a Focus the difference in driveability may be obvious, but after a short while you won't notice it.
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2 calculation errors:

- the 2 year lease costs £3324 over the term (6k pa), not £2583.
- the 3 year lease costs £4610 over the term (8k pa), not £3837.
#4
Actual costs are :

2 year lease + 9 month initial rental and based on 6k miles per year.

Initial Payment is 9 months - £833.76
Followed by :
£92.64 x 23 Months = £2130.72
+ £360.00 Fees
= £3,324.48

3 year lease +9 month initial rental and based on 8k miles per year.

Initial Payment is 9 months - £869.49
Followed by :
£96.61 x 35 Months = £3,381.35
+ £360.00 Fees
= £4,610.84

Not such a great deal for a Nissan.
#5
oqey
colinmckenna
Had it as a hire car and its horrible to drive. So make sure you at least go for a test drive at a dealership because 3 years is a long time to be stuck with this car
What makes the car horrible to drive? Poor braking, vibration, too much in corners, uncomfortable seats? I don't think it's a bad car to drive compare to cars in its class. If you went from an A3 or A class or even a Focus the difference in driveability may be obvious, but after a short while you won't notice it.

I had one as a courtesy car and I didn't find it horrible in any way at all. It felt like a good competent car.
I have driven cars that I didn't like, but I think that was because they just didn't suit me.


Edited By: androoski on Oct 12, 2016 11:52
#6
Also, list price of this car is £17.4k but there are huge discounts on these models currently.

Can get this car for £10.6k - an effective 40% off the list price. Leasing this car isn't necessarily the cheapest option.
#7
Surely it can't be as horrible as driving a Picasso...
#8
cost is £3325, not the £2583 quoted. misleading.
#9
No you don't own the car at the end, yes, sometimes leasing is worth it,
#10
Hey guys the price seems correct now! Many apologies for the confusion, its completely out of our hands! If you guys need any advice on leasing in general or have any questions regarding the car give us a shout anytime!

Edited By: NeoTrix on Oct 13, 2016 16:33: contact removal
#11
Hot! Good adjustability on the mileage and term. 10k miles not much more. Nice one!
1 Like #12
great car, great spec for the money comparing to the competition
#13
Anyone used this company before? Been looking around at a Pulsar and getting various quotes for the last week, thought I'd found the cheapest, until now!
#14
karlie88
Also, list price of this car is £17.4k but there are huge discounts on these models currently.
Can get this car for £10.6k - an effective 40% off the list price. Leasing this car isn't necessarily the cheapest option.

Where from?
#15
united4eva
karlie88
Also, list price of this car is £17.4k but there are huge discounts on these models currently.
Can get this car for £10.6k - an effective 40% off the list price. Leasing this car isn't necessarily the cheapest option.
Where from?

http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/Buy/New_Car.jsp?capID=74040&dt
#16
karlie88
united4eva
karlie88
Also, list price of this car is £17.4k but there are huge discounts on these models currently.
Can get this car for £10.6k - an effective 40% off the list price. Leasing this car isn't necessarily the cheapest option.
Where from?
http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/Buy/New_Car.jsp?capID=74040&dt

For yourself and anyone else - What are these guys like and how do they work? The prices for an auto Pulsar are very good.

Do they simply refer me to dealer? Whats the general reputation of them? I have done some light googling but most posts are from a good few years back.
1 Like #17
united4eva
karlie88
united4eva
karlie88
Also, list price of this car is £17.4k but there are huge discounts on these models currently.
Can get this car for £10.6k - an effective 40% off the list price. Leasing this car isn't necessarily the cheapest option.
Where from?
http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/Buy/New_Car.jsp?capID=74040&dt
For yourself and anyone else - What are these guys like and how do they work? The prices for an auto Pulsar are very good.
Do they simply refer me to dealer? Whats the general reputation of them? I have done some light googling but most posts are from a good few years back.

My understanding is that the broker will work to match or beat the quoted price with several dealers that they have contact with. They'll put you in touch with a dealer and you order direct from them. The broker may get a referral fee and if you order, they'll get commission.
#18
karlie88
united4eva
karlie88
united4eva
karlie88
Also, list price of this car is £17.4k but there are huge discounts on these models currently.
Can get this car for £10.6k - an effective 40% off the list price. Leasing this car isn't necessarily the cheapest option.
Where from?
http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/Buy/New_Car.jsp?capID=74040&dt
For yourself and anyone else - What are these guys like and how do they work? The prices for an auto Pulsar are very good.
Do they simply refer me to dealer? Whats the general reputation of them? I have done some light googling but most posts are from a good few years back.
My understanding is that the broker will work to match or beat the quoted price with several dealers that they have contact with. They'll put you in touch with a dealer and you order direct from them. The broker may get a referral fee and if you order, they'll get commission.

Perfect, thanks for that.
#19
Did anyone else order this? I did (9 days ago) and they've still not confirmed I'm getting the order (it's with the dealer to authorise). Wondering if the price was legit. First time lease and let down by the waiting/unknowing.

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