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Nissan Leaf Visia+ 5000 miles £129.00 Deposit £129pm 2 Year PCP @ trentonhull

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£129.00 @ Trenton Hull
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 Read More
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
joebuckton Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago1052 Comments
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I had my inspection done this morning by Manheim. I was a bit concerned as the car did have a few marks, but the guy said the only thing that was chargeable was the alloy wheel scuff which I thought was reasonable. 55 quid for that. FYI, I did notice from a documentation checklist he was holding that there was mention of main dealer service stamps so I would assume from that that there would be a penalty if this was not adhered to. A bit sad to see it going back after 2 years.
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£3 keyfob battery
These are 99p for 8 in IKEA. £3 would have bought 24, and that's not even trade. Talk about profiteering.
That includes fitting tho.
LOL
:) well the bloke in Ikea isn't going to do it for you. And if you've never done it before you might be worried.
Sorry, I thought you were joking? It's as easy as changing the battery on a TV remote.
It needs a screw driver to prise the unit apart.
My grandparent knows how to change a remote battery and knows what AAs are. She wouldn't know where the battery is on my keys or how to replace them or what a cr2023 battery is or where to buy them.
I agree it isn't difficult. But I can also see why someone would rather nip to nissan and pay £3.

I'd agree, the procedure is easy if you know how, but the keys are definitely not designed to make it as easy as a TV remote. As you say you need to put a screwdriver into the tiny slot and rotate it to crack, and then carefully prise the other side open. It would be easy to damage the slot if you use a screwdriver the wrong size. For somebody older perhaps with poor near vision it would be a fumble.

BTW the correct battery is the less common CR2025. A CR2032 might well fit but is 3.2mm thick rather than 2.5.
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I used a local garrage. They charged me £45. I don't imagine they did much but I don't care. Just a tick in my book for the PCP.
Interesting, was that accepted when you returned it? I thought the GMFV was only guaranteed when the vehicle is main-dealer serviced. The warranty isn't affected by going outside of main dealers, but the finance agreement is separate matter of course. Clearly a car with main dealer servicing is worth more than one that doesn't have it.
I was never told this. I'll have to look into it before it's due on my newone. The car was traded in so it never came down to it.



Edited By: joebuckton on May 07, 2017 19:32
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Gareth79
£3 keyfob battery
These are 99p for 8 in IKEA. £3 would have bought 24, and that's not even trade. Talk about profiteering.
That includes fitting tho.
LOL
:) well the bloke in Ikea isn't going to do it for you. And if you've never done it before you might be worried.
Sorry, I thought you were joking? It's as easy as changing the battery on a TV remote.
It needs a screw driver to prise the unit apart.

My grandparent knows how to change a remote battery and knows what AAs are. She wouldn't know where the battery is on my keys or how to replace them or what a cr2023 battery is or where to buy them.

I agree it isn't difficult. But I can also see why someone would rather nip to nissan and pay £3.

Edited By: joebuckton on May 07, 2017 19:35
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I used a local garrage. They charged me £45. I don't imagine they did much but I don't care. Just a tick in my book for the PCP.

Interesting, was that accepted when you returned it? I thought the GMFV was only guaranteed when the vehicle is main-dealer serviced. The warranty isn't affected by going outside of main dealers, but the finance agreement is separate matter of course. Clearly a car with main dealer servicing is worth more than one that doesn't have it.



Edited By: Gareth79 on May 07, 2017 17:20
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