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Nissan Leaf Tekna 30KW £199.00 deposit £199 per month for 24 months

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Amazing Nissa leaf pcp deal for 24 months at Birmingham Central Nissan dealership £199 deposit £199 per month for 24 months just in time for the new model which will launch in about 18 months with mo… Read More
Amazing Nissa leaf pcp deal for 24 months at Birmingham Central Nissan dealership £199 deposit £199 per month for 24 months just in time for the new model which will launch in about 18 months with mo…
dr_saf Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago109 Comments
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Hello Sunilm,
Sorry to bother you but do you think your contact will get in touch with me about the Leaf deal as no contact has been made yet
Thanks
sunilm
SS1973
Hello sunilm,
Sorry to bother you but did you receive that form ok with my contact information.
Thanks
Yeah I passed it on to my mate he should email you next week. Let me know if he can give u a good deal.

Hi sunilm,

can i have more info regarding this deal too? thank you
Hello sunilm,
Thanks for that much appreciated I will look out for his email.
Awesome deal.
Electricity works out around 3p per mile...

A normal car for £200 would cost 9p per mile.

6p per mile saved. If you do 10000 miles a year, that's £600 saved a year, or £50 a month.


However, there is also the new 41kw Renault Zoe which does 140-170 miles on one charge. And is much cheaper. £17k new on carwow with battery included. Or £13k with battery lease.
SS1973
Hello sunilm,
Sorry to bother you but did you receive that form ok with my contact information.
Thanks
Yeah I passed it on to my mate he should email you next week. Let me know if he can give u a good deal.
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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
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.
timinata Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago17 Comments
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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 :{
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
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
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
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
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Nissan Leaf Teckna £198pm 2yrs, £199 deposit, inc. Gap ins ++!! £4,951.00

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Just been into my local Nissan branch (Wakefield) to test drive the Leaf Teckna and see if they would price match a deal that another HOT UKer has got - they've beaten it by so much! What I have got i… Read More
Just been into my local Nissan branch (Wakefield) to test drive the Leaf Teckna and see if they would price match a deal that another HOT UKer has got - they've beaten it by so much! What I have got i…
fairyjen88 Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago417 Comments
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Well that's the last time I put a deal up - cancelled by Nissan :(
You was never going to get it Jen, as I said in previous posts, none of it stacked up (I'm in the industry and have a very good understanding of how most of these things work).
I honestly think they have made a BIG mistake, and are now using you posting it as a scapegoat, don't beat yourself up x
I spoke to the Pontefract branch this week, in hope... and they said that the Wakefield branch often get mixed up and combine 3 or 4 seperate deals into 1 that cannot be fulfilled.
skgwho
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SO this has no engine right? If I needed to do a long motorway journey of 240 miles, I couldn't do one without charging, could I?
It has a electric motor.
It wouldn't go 240 miles without charging, you would need at least 2 extra charges for that distance, and motorways that are clear (70mph) also eat the juice up a bit more so you might need an extra 3 charges.
Clearly this is not the car for you, the majority of people in the UK don't drive 1/3 of the distance of the country every day. Charging is quite easy but a rapid charge cost £6 and that will make it on par, or more expensive than ICE (Petrol/Diesel). Some bright spark told me the other day he wouldn't have a lekky car because he might need to drive 200 miles. I asked when the last time was he drove 200 miles and he said he had never drove that far. I got rid of my estate and got a Nissan Leaf. Loved it. Needed to move some stuff around so rented a Van for 24 hours, cost me like £35.. But I could have kept the old Estate and not got the leaf (Hope you can understand why I show this example).
To everyone else, 4000 miles a year is not an awful lot. I know the PCP fee went from 8p/mile up to 10p/mile and not too sure what it is now but you should clearly check!. You can pick up a 2nt hand Electric car for 5-7k (2-3 years old) without too much hassle.
Also the free home charging points went away a few years ago, so you should really check if that's going to be the case for you. Basically the subsidy went too low and now your charged for a good chunk of the "actual" cost.
How long does a "fast charge" take? Majority of my driving is well within the the 100mile window but every month I go and see the rents who are 250 miles away so you are right, wouldn't work for me :(
Tesla does upto 400 miles but the price tag is just too extortionate.

The Onboard charger doesn't make a difference here (Just to point it out).
CHAdeMO can charge a lot faster than the Leaf can cope with, but to answer the question.
Nissan says you can go from 0% to 80% in half an hour, but charging is non-linear so the higher you go is the slower it goes. Basically I would work off the idea that a half hour charge is going to get you to about 80%, another half hour would be required for the last 20%!.
The new 30kw leaf will go farther than mine did, but for your 250 mile journey I would probably leave full and stop twice, then charge perhaps 3 times on the way home. So that's at least £30 in charging.
https://www.zap-map.com/live/ <-Click filters, then click CHAdeMO under the connector.

For me it would be a pain. Your car might only need to charge once going, and twice on the way back (once at start of journey). The problem is that sometimes the place your going doesn't have rapid chargers so you want to top up before you head out there.

The 6.6kw charger is also a better option for non-rapid charging public areas. You can find plenty of free charging around - even my asda do it!, but without the 6.6kw charger you don't get much of a boost while doing your shopping (good for keeping the ac/heater running tho).
richardp2020
Decided to get the leaf in the end, £500 deposit, £199 a month, free servicing, 8000 miles PA, charging point, free recovery, smart insurance and a good deal on part-ex. Pain to have lost the car/gap insurance though :(

This is basically the 199/199 deal that everywhere is doing. The difference is you're paying an extra £300 deposit which covers the extra 4000 miles. The bonus is the free service which is worth about £80.
I'm reporting them to trading standards and watchdog for how it's been sold and handled - wish I'd been an undercover buyer ;)
Aeschylus
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jaydeeuk1
Wow, carnage.
Note to self, never trust a Nissan dealer.
I'd try watchdog.
It's really put me off signing for any deal with them - what will they be like once the sales gone through and the cars delivered?!
Nearly every dealership I've dealt with, across many different brands, are the same. There's nothing special about your experience, I'm afraid.
They move mountains to get a sale, but after you sign everything changes.

I once bought a Vauxhall from a main dealer, had problems from the get go, ALarm going off, engine lights etc, I invoked the legal right to return the car under the new law, and the sales guy who sold it to me refused to speak to me, gave me the stink eye and everything when I was sitting with the manager, he even ignored me when I said hello...

could not believe it, Vauxhall lost my business that day


Bought my Vauxhall Vectra from Arnold Clark a while ago. Firstly the salesman was about to let me drive away without even paying for the car. Secondly the cruise control kept disengaging. After they tried to repair it to no avail their response was you only bought a £3.5k car from our "value" range so what do you expect? Needless to say I haven't given them any custom since!
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Nissan Leaf 30kWh Tekna down £199pm 2 years £500 deposit @ Nissan £5,276.00

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Best electric deal around at the moment PCP 6000 miles a year. Free home charger Non metallic (i.e. Red) No 6.6kW charging Official deposit is £499 but dealers will price match Bromsgrove (Ar… Read More
Best electric deal around at the moment PCP 6000 miles a year. Free home charger Non metallic (i.e. Red) No 6.6kW charging Official deposit is £499 but dealers will price match Bromsgrove (Ar…
tuohy16 Avatar4m, 5d agoFound 4 months, 5 days ago178 Comments
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Common.Sense
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of course these are not for everyone, but another plus point is their reliability, they are rock solid, when my clutch went in my diesel it cost me £750...normal engines will break a lot more than these electric ones.... but you either like them or you dont... oh and we all know the Government is about to **** over diesel drivers in a big way...Chris Grayling just this week said diesel drivers need to have a big think.... you are about to be screwed over from a great height, I expect a levy just on diesel fuel
I never had a clutch "go" in an automatic (I have only ever driven automatics). I have never had a repair costing even £500 in a car. Where is the actual evidence electric cars will break down less. They depreciate more!
Gordon "conartist" Brown told people to buy a diesel, so I did and pay £20 excise duty. I cannot see such cars being outlawed. Political suicide.
I do not dislike electric cars. In my case I see no massive savings and the range is not sufficient. The hassle of charging daily, finding a charging point not being used etc is also not worth the saving for me. Give me a real life 250 mile range, then it's an option.
Does this mean children will not learn to drive a manual as electric cars are effectively automatic? I passed a test on a manual and never drove once thereafter. Seemed rather backward to me!
over 90% in driver power for reliability http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/nissan/leaf/reliability
and you are correct they depreciate faster than a rock in water, a 3 year old one can be had for £11k easily, whether you like it or not Diesels are now considered bad by the Government, I agee with you Brown screwed us all over by promoting diesel, that has now changed though (just look at London, you are stuffed if you own a diesel now in London) 50% of sales are diesel, what the government does I have no idea, but they have fired the warning shots, they are coming, it just depends on what measures they take...
in a strange way though Brexit may change things if the Government no longer has to stick to EU pollution rules
Not sure there's any proof the Government itself is anti diesel just a Government Minster suggesting city dwellers should think twice about buying a diesel, but not really sure what that means as the only way diesel owners could be penalised is by all towns imposing congestion charges on diesel engined cars but there's no signs of that happening at perhaps. Gayling thinks London is the only "city" in the UK!

With all the dpf filter issues for people who only run diesels in cities anyway it may become self policing :)
Unfortunately as soon as your proof appears the bottom will fall out of the older diesel market. The only glimmer of hope for people with older diesels i.e. Pre 2007 is a rumoured diesel scrappage scheme which is rumoured to consist of up to 3k for the car and up to 5k for the replacement. I suspect this will replace the electric grant.
There is talk of measures in several cities across the country e.g. Nottingham and Southampton and some others.
There's a budget on March the 8th....

Edited By: tuohy16 on Feb 28, 2017 20:40: Explanation
Aeschylus
Common.Sense
Aeschylus

of course these are not for everyone, but another plus point is their reliability, they are rock solid, when my clutch went in my diesel it cost me £750...normal engines will break a lot more than these electric ones.... but you either like them or you dont... oh and we all know the Government is about to **** over diesel drivers in a big way...Chris Grayling just this week said diesel drivers need to have a big think.... you are about to be screwed over from a great height, I expect a levy just on diesel fuel
I never had a clutch "go" in an automatic (I have only ever driven automatics). I have never had a repair costing even £500 in a car. Where is the actual evidence electric cars will break down less. They depreciate more!
Gordon "conartist" Brown told people to buy a diesel, so I did and pay £20 excise duty. I cannot see such cars being outlawed. Political suicide.
I do not dislike electric cars. In my case I see no massive savings and the range is not sufficient. The hassle of charging daily, finding a charging point not being used etc is also not worth the saving for me. Give me a real life 250 mile range, then it's an option.
Does this mean children will not learn to drive a manual as electric cars are effectively automatic? I passed a test on a manual and never drove once thereafter. Seemed rather backward to me!
over 90% in driver power for reliability http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/nissan/leaf/reliability
and you are correct they depreciate faster than a rock in water, a 3 year old one can be had for £11k easily, whether you like it or not Diesels are now considered bad by the Government, I agee with you Brown screwed us all over by promoting diesel, that has now changed though (just look at London, you are stuffed if you own a diesel now in London) 50% of sales are diesel, what the government does I have no idea, but they have fired the warning shots, they are coming, it just depends on what measures they take...
in a strange way though Brexit may change things if the Government no longer has to stick to EU pollution rules


Not sure there's any proof the Government itself is anti diesel just a Government Minster suggesting city dwellers should think twice about buying a diesel, but not really sure what that means as the only way diesel owners could be penalised is by all towns imposing congestion charges on diesel engined cars but there's no signs of that happening at perhaps. Gayling thinks London is the only "city" in the UK!
Common.Sense
Aeschylus

of course these are not for everyone, but another plus point is their reliability, they are rock solid, when my clutch went in my diesel it cost me £750...normal engines will break a lot more than these electric ones.... but you either like them or you dont... oh and we all know the Government is about to **** over diesel drivers in a big way...Chris Grayling just this week said diesel drivers need to have a big think.... you are about to be screwed over from a great height, I expect a levy just on diesel fuel
I never had a clutch "go" in an automatic (I have only ever driven automatics). I have never had a repair costing even £500 in a car. Where is the actual evidence electric cars will break down less. They depreciate more!
Gordon "conartist" Brown told people to buy a diesel, so I did and pay £20 excise duty. I cannot see such cars being outlawed. Political suicide.
I do not dislike electric cars. In my case I see no massive savings and the range is not sufficient. The hassle of charging daily, finding a charging point not being used etc is also not worth the saving for me. Give me a real life 250 mile range, then it's an option.
Does this mean children will not learn to drive a manual as electric cars are effectively automatic? I passed a test on a manual and never drove once thereafter. Seemed rather backward to me!

over 90% in driver power for reliability http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/nissan/leaf/reliability

and you are correct they depreciate faster than a rock in water, a 3 year old one can be had for £11k easily, whether you like it or not Diesels are now considered bad by the Government, I agee with you Brown screwed us all over by promoting diesel, that has now changed though (just look at London, you are stuffed if you own a diesel now in London) 50% of sales are diesel, what the government does I have no idea, but they have fired the warning shots, they are coming, it just depends on what measures they take...

in a strange way though Brexit may change things if the Government no longer has to stick to EU pollution rules

Edited By: Aeschylus on Feb 28, 2017 11:04
Aeschylus

of course these are not for everyone, but another plus point is their reliability, they are rock solid, when my clutch went in my diesel it cost me £750...normal engines will break a lot more than these electric ones.... but you either like them or you dont... oh and we all know the Government is about to **** over diesel drivers in a big way...Chris Grayling just this week said diesel drivers need to have a big think.... you are about to be screwed over from a great height, I expect a levy just on diesel fuel

I never had a clutch "go" in an automatic (I have only ever driven automatics). I have never had a repair costing even £500 in a car. Where is the actual evidence electric cars will break down less. They depreciate more!

Gordon "conartist" Brown told people to buy a diesel, so I did and pay £20 excise duty. I cannot see such cars being outlawed. Political suicide.

I do not dislike electric cars. In my case I see no massive savings and the range is not sufficient. The hassle of charging daily, finding a charging point not being used etc is also not worth the saving for me. Give me a real life 250 mile range, then it's an option.

Does this mean children will not learn to drive a manual as electric cars are effectively automatic? I passed a test on a manual and never drove once thereafter. Seemed rather backward to me!


Edited By: Common.Sense on Feb 28, 2017 10:41
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Nissan Leaf Tekna 30KW £5,276.00/2years PCP Deal @ Chorley Nissan

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Chorley Nissan were offering a 3 year PCP deal, but this seems to have been revised down to just a 24 month agreement. Terms otherwise remain the same. Slightly more expensive than the recent lease de… Read More
Chorley Nissan were offering a 3 year PCP deal, but this seems to have been revised down to just a 24 month agreement. Terms otherwise remain the same. Slightly more expensive than the recent lease de…
mgowans Avatar5m, 6d agoFound 5 months, 6 days ago49 Comments
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panrix
My deal: Black 24Kw Tekna, 6K miles... £500 upfront and 23 x £153.38 = £4027.74 and free 1st service


Which branch was this at? Thanks
what is the insurance like. do you have to insure the car and the battery or is it just normal .
It seems each dealer is given a Leaf target by Nissan with a cash bonus... They're willing to discount (share bonus) to hit that target. But once they do, they can not sell / offer further discount... So even going to the same dealer may not yield the same offer... In fact, my dealer said don't refer any body as we won't sell anymore..

Similarly, where a 24kwh car is concerned, surely they're just clearing older stock as the 30kwh has been here for a long time and there are rumours that 40kwh are currently being built and will be released soon... In any case, Zoe 40 is here today, so the Leaf 24 is due some discount.....
panrix
My deal: Black 24Kw Tekna, 6K miles... £500 upfront and 23 x £153.38 = £4027.74 and free 1st service
Yes would also like to know please
panrix
My deal: Black 24Kw Tekna, 6K miles... £500 upfront and 23 x £153.38 = £4027.74 and free 1st service


Where did you get that deal from?
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Nissan Leaf £125 Month no deposit 24 month - £3,006.00 Nissan

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I was looking to lease my next vehicle, and saw that Nissan have an offer on the leaf's Basically they are paying £5000 for your deposit, and the 24 months at £125, over two years, optional final p… Read More
I was looking to lease my next vehicle, and saw that Nissan have an offer on the leaf's Basically they are paying £5000 for your deposit, and the 24 months at £125, over two years, optional final p…
bubblin77 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago226 Comments
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looks like I am always late for good lease deals, as i it hard to find cheap leaf now
Accenta £150 a month

Edited By: pas8 on Apr 30, 2016 09:18: correction
pas8
thanks op we now have the car


what deal did you go for?
thanks op we now have the car
leaf_blower
Amazingly Nissan have managed to mess up their finance examples, again!:
All other offers state an optional final payment - this example suggests the car is yours (even though the figures don't add up!)
Payment DurationMonthly Calculations
ENTER YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENT*£
Your term would be
26months
Representative APR
0.00%
Send your Enquiry to your local dealer
Monthly Payment £179.00
Nissan Deposit Contribution £2,000.00
Customer Deposit £6,006.00
Cash Price £23,630.00
Amount of Credit £15,624.00
Total Amount Payable £23,630.00
Representative APR 0.00%
Duration 26 months
Rate 0.00%
linkhttp://www.nissan-offers.co.uk/new-vehicles/leaf/q1-2016-leaf-pcp-p7cp/295

It doesn't suggest the car is yours at all, the full breakdown of the finance figures is not given.
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4 days test drive Nissan Leaf

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Take New Nissan Leaf for 4 days extended drive. Charging points map: zap-map.com Call to book: 01923 899 899 or go to website and let them call you. Offer runs until 30 Septemebr 2015 Read More
Take New Nissan Leaf for 4 days extended drive. Charging points map: zap-map.com Call to book: 01923 899 899 or go to website and let them call you. Offer runs until 30 Septemebr 2015
exdido Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago72 Comments
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Thanks op. Have booked a drive next week. Been looking at a Leaf or a Zoe.
Now extended until 30 September 2015
Gooner77
Do you need a special card for motorway charging points or can you just pay normally?
as i recall there is one off payment for lifetime card @ abt £12
Do you need a special card for motorway charging points or can you just pay normally?
HondaLad
A 5 speed car? Which showroom did he go to? One in the 90's?

Also there is no engine braking on an electric motor, it's like riding a two stroke, none there either. He also forgot to mention that on overrun a petrol car uses no fuel. I suspect electric cars will go through brakes like autos do. Constantly on the brakes because of no engine braking, then once they've come to a stop the pad is left pressed against the disc putting loads of heat through it in one place and warping it.


Time to go back to school lad! What do you think regenerative braking is?

Idiot.....
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Nissan Leaf PCP, £159 per month. £3,816.00 @ Nissan

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I know its not for everyone but thought i would share. Nissan Leaf on 2 year PCP, no deposit and £159 p/m 6000 miles p/a. This is for the Accenta, the lowest model but still well specced. I actually Read More
I know its not for everyone but thought i would share. Nissan Leaf on 2 year PCP, no deposit and £159 p/m 6000 miles p/a. This is for the Accenta, the lowest model but still well specced. I actually
ianbradders Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago47 Comments
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sharaz90, I can only refer you to the speakev forum. They have all the best deals. There are several dealer employees who will give you full quotes depending on your requirements.
As to the LEAF. Absolutely love it. Biggest problem is my wife always seems to get priority on it and I am left with the brand new Clio. A really fantastic car.


Any good deal for leaf at this moment pls ?
Any good deal for leaf at this moment pls ?
sharaz90, I can only refer you to the speakev forum. They have all the best deals. There are several dealer employees who will give you full quotes depending on your requirements.
As to the LEAF. Absolutely love it. Biggest problem is my wife always seems to get priority on it and I am left with the brand new Clio. A really fantastic car.
ianbradders
Have been a long time lover of electric vehicles, would prefer the Twizy but wife wouldnt drive it.
Ordered Saturday, a friend ordered one Sunday and another is ordering one tomorrow.


Hi ian
Do u know if this offer is still available i am tryong to et a 65 plate but getting quotes at £279

How is your nissan leaf anyways?
Does any one know if this deal is still available
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NEW Nissan Juke Visa Personal Contract Hire 3+23 - £3,693 @ Nissan Waterlooville £3,703.00

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Shopped around this week for new contract hire and got this spectacular deal. White, diesel 1.5tdci. Base model with aircon. Brand new on latest 63 plate. 20k miles, 3 payments down (£427) and th… Read More
Shopped around this week for new contract hire and got this spectacular deal. White, diesel 1.5tdci. Base model with aircon. Brand new on latest 63 plate. 20k miles, 3 payments down (£427) and th…
GeorgeJungle Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago112 Comments
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Apologies for resurrecting this old thread but what's the service interval on this.? I'm at 16000 miles and haven't bothered yet...
Cheers
Mine was delivered on Monday. Actually got a slightly different deal to this as WKB said they pulled the original deal. Got it on 23+6 for £120/month. 10k/yr.
Can't fault the car nor Chris @ WKB... Top marks all round. :-)
I dont think they want the business. Seemed like a nice chap. Typical mail car dealership attitudes.
I've left 2 voicemails and an email, no-one got back to me.

I did find similar deals, not as low as this though [3+23, 6k/yr].
alera
If you want a new car every couple of years I guess it's a cheap,way of doing it if you want this car. It is horrible looking though and the most basic spec. You are just renting it plus make sure you hand it back immaculate and with next to no wear and tear. A friend ended up having to replace tyres and and alloys on a lease car he returned it cost him a fortune.


yup. family under orders not to kerb it.
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NISSAN LEAF from £15,990(withaout battery) £20,990 with battrey. £15,990.00

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Had email about this offer. you can just buy the car and rent the battery @ £70 PM. it has range of 124 miles per fully charged battery. I don't know how good this thing is. open to debate !!! Read More
Had email about this offer. you can just buy the car and rent the battery @ £70 PM. it has range of 124 miles per fully charged battery. I don't know how good this thing is. open to debate !!!
littel helper Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago53 Comments
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I have a mobility car and tax is paid for me. I would like to help environment and save fuel costa but not sure this is ready for the job and Nissan don't relly have proven data to convince me to choose one.
oddballjamie
UnclePotter
I think the cost of batteries will put people off
Does the price of petrol put all people off buying cars?

Yes...In fact the price of motoring in general puts people off.

Next question.
littlejaffa
amazing car... but many local 'green' initiatives offer better deals. I have mine on £150 month incl 25% cash back on my home charging costs... it's local so not much user to must but there are so many deals is worth googling before buying at this price.
What? Sign me up!
I've had a bit of a Google and can't find anything. Can you give a bit more of a clue? What sort of green initiative, and where are you?
amazing car... but many local 'green' initiatives offer better deals. I have mine on £150 month incl 25% cash back on my home charging costs... it's local so not much user to must but there are so many deals is worth googling before buying at this price.
Battery aside, that is one fugly vehicle.
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Free Nissan LEAF 24H Test Drive

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Text from the site Experience the thrill of electric driving for yourself with your own LEAF for 24 HOURS. You can pick up the 100% electric car in the morning and even take it home with you the… Read More
Text from the site Experience the thrill of electric driving for yourself with your own LEAF for 24 HOURS. You can pick up the 100% electric car in the morning and even take it home with you the…
elixir Avatar5y, 3d agoFound 5 years, 3 days ago12 Comments
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dga
I have to laugh at members rubbishing electric cars, who here travels more than 90 miles a day? A Leaf is not designed to travel from Leicester to Cornwall but neither is a Top Fuel Funnycar, horses for courses. One day we will laugh at the complexities of what we call the modern day car.

@chapchap This has been successful with diesel locomotives and is the best intermediate solution.

Top fuel funny car, like a GT40? Thats why theres petrol stations up & down the country. Not many places to charge your electric car and will take hours to charge.
The solution for now is the engine should charge the battery, but the car will be running completely on battery power, the engines job will be to just charge, less moving engine parts, much lighter to reduce weight & very little fuel is needed. Combine with solar panels if possible to power lights, heater, radio etc. Cars like the prius are only useful in traffice jams, city driving but still very poor mpg.
The leaf is only useful for a grocery getter, a very expensive grocery getter but if you dont drive much, whats wrong with having a 1.2liter car that you hardly use?

Edited By: eltaf350z on Jun 23, 2012 12:35
Anyone know if there is a minimum age?
Electric motor powering the wheels, and a diesel engine supplying electricity, is a much better idea than these current 100% electric cars.
To drive down to Cornwall from Leicester in one of these I would need to book an overnight stay somewhere I could recharge the car. Garbage idea electricity. Powerstations still have to work to give you that electricity and you can simply top up the car in 5 minutes when it's running low.

I'm all for saving the eviroment but I don't see electric cars as the answer. Hydrogen maybe.
it is kind of too complicated for me
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Free Use of A Nissan Micra For 24 Hours @ Nissan

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Nissan is currently offering a free 24 hour test drive with the new nissan micra. Call 0845 7669966 to book. Read More
Nissan is currently offering a free 24 hour test drive with the new nissan micra. Call 0845 7669966 to book.
bargainseeker Avatar6y, 3m agoFound 6 years, 3 months ago34 Comments
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Do you think they will let me drive it from Hertfordshire to Devonshire... if i win the devon compo?
i think ill try this out see if hmmm i wonder what happens if it get stolen when in you care?
or lay some o shaped rubber in the ikea car park, red line it in 1st gear down the m4
mrmr25
chalkysoil
I've got two. Love them.

Why on earth would you want to own two identical cars????

they aren't identical. One's blue the other is grey. So cheap to run & reliable I can afford to have two.
Hmm, not so sure this is all that great a freebie. :I
Good luck getting this. Once my local dealership finally called me, they offered me a 15 minute test drive on a second hand Nissan Micra and wanted £100 deposit... :{
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