1.6T SE 2 year lease with 8k miles £4845.25 delivered at Nationwide Vehicle Contracts
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1.6T SE 2 year lease with 8k miles £4845.25 delivered at Nationwide Vehicle Contracts

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Found 7th May
there were quite a few diesel Infiniti Q30 deals posted previously, so here is a one with a petrol engine.

8000 miles annually

Admin fee £198.00
Deposit £961.50
23 x 160.25 = 3,685.75 total for 2 years £4,845.25

Maintenance extra £29.05 a month

Average a month without maintenance £201.88
Average a month with maintenance £230.93

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Slightly cheaper at £4828.22 if 3 month deposit not 6 month

Good find - especially when compared to A-Class Merc price

At last a petrol post Heat just for that alone

So nearly 5 grand for two years and car not yours !!!! Lol bargain NOT !!

ianjury

So nearly 5 grand for two years and car not yours !!!! Lol bargain NOT !!



£20k car would have more than £5k depreciation over 2 years, so I don't think this is too bad. Unless your going to keep a car for 7+ years to justify cost of maintenance (cambelt, servicing, 4 tires etc) leasing is the way to go for hassle-free ownership

Slim2k

£20k car would have more than £5k depreciation over 2 years, so I don't t … £20k car would have more than £5k depreciation over 2 years, so I don't think this is too bad. Unless your going to keep a car for 7+ years to justify cost of maintenance (cambelt, servicing, 4 tires etc) leasing is the way to go for hassle-free ownership



I totally agree with you but at least if you buy a £5000 car which these days you can get a real good deal after 2 years will still be £2500 - £3000 depends on what type of car or is it that just driving a new car !! Im driving a 10 year old car BUT its bought and paid for and its all mine

Yes but it's 10 years old.

This car is brand new. It's not the leasing part that makes it more expensive. For some people handing the car back when they're finished with it is seen as an advantage rather than haggle with a salesman over trade-in values.

Not suggesting that your philosophy of buying a used car over a new one is in any way wrong, just that different people have different requirements. My employer pays a car allowance for me to use my own car for business purposes. However they will only pay this on vehicles up to 6 years old, at which point the allowance would be suspended until I swap to a newer vehicle. This leasing deal gives you fixed costs over the term. No depreciation to worry about, no MOT test needed, no road tax to pay, and a brand new set of tyres from day one. It will also have a full manufacturers warranty until you hand it back. This is why people are starting to wise up to the benefits of leasing.

Of course it's not for everyone, and if you're happy to run around in your 10 year old car then that will probably save you quite a bit of money. But just because it isn't right for you, doesn't mean it's not right for anyone.

Just saying, that's all.
Edited by: "Guzzle" 8th May

ianjury

I totally agree with you but at least if you buy a £5000 car which these … I totally agree with you but at least if you buy a £5000 car which these days you can get a real good deal after 2 years will still be £2500 - £3000 depends on what type of car or is it that just driving a new car !! Im driving a 10 year old car BUT its bought and paid for and its all mine



​And that is your prerogative. Plenty of people, myself included don't want to do that, which is my/our choice. If I want a new car every couple of years then leasing tends to be cheaper than finance or cash because you lose far too much on depreciation.

Cold, why would you lease a petrol car when the diesel is available for less? It's less economical.

manbearpig

Cold, why would you lease a petrol car when the diesel is available for … Cold, why would you lease a petrol car when the diesel is available for less? It's less economical.



​What if you don't do massive mileage and therefore want to avoid the issues you can have with the dpf if you don't do long enough trips... And with petrol itself being cheaper too.

Different people have different wants and needs from things like cars. Which is precisely why you can buy both petrol and diesel models of most cars.
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