Infiniti Q30 1.5d Premium 2015 Model Solid Paint £4703.70 over 2 years at Gateway2Lease
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d Premium 2015 Model Solid Paint £4703.70 over 2 years at Gateway2Lease

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Found 14th Jul 2016
Premium car with a book price of over £20k, 8,000 miles per annum.

Deposit = £935.93
23 Payments of £155.99 = £3,587.77
Administration Fee = £180
Total £4,703.70
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New to market so hard to judge the true residual value on this, but premium hatch on a sub 5k 2 year lease is always a winner in my book.

8k per annum is Ok but what is the ppm with these guy's?

MM
Love the Nissan Infinity!! I drove one of these when I was working in the States 10 years back. They are very nice and smooth drive.
£195.99 a month for those who can't do the mathS.
muffboy

£195.99 a month for those who can't do the mathS.



You can't pay the deposit or admin fee in instalments, so it's £155.99 pm, plus the other 2 fees upfront.
0-60 in 12 seconds my soul just died. Sorry OP couldn't help myself
alexc100

0-60 in 12 seconds my soul just died. Sorry OP couldn't help myself



You're right, that is a lot of money to drive around in a car with a Renault engine.
Is this the 1.5d Renault provided engine? I think alot of manufactures are using this engine including Mercedes in their a class
toonarmani

You can't pay the deposit or admin fee in instalments, so it's £155.99 … You can't pay the deposit or admin fee in instalments, so it's £155.99 pm, plus the other 2 fees upfront.



I know that, just pointing out actual overall COST PER MONTH!
komi

Is this the 1.5d Renault provided engine?



Yes. Mercedes have a partnership with Renault, they share platforms now too. For example the new Smart is a Twingo. This car is the A-Class platform, same as the GLA. Engine code is K9K 846 I believe.

Also Infiniti is Nissan, which the controlling stake is owned by Renault.

komi

alot



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Edited by: "ollie87" 14th Jul 2016
Cold, don't keep car at end of it
Can someone explain why this is worth looking at when you HAVE to return it withing few years? Don't get it. It's like hiring a car.
KopCity

Can someone explain why this is worth looking at when you HAVE to return … Can someone explain why this is worth looking at when you HAVE to return it withing few years? Don't get it. It's like hiring a car.



Because cars are depreciating assets. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, like a house, buy it. Very simple economics.
KopCity

Can someone explain why this is worth looking at when you HAVE to return … Can someone explain why this is worth looking at when you HAVE to return it withing few years? Don't get it. It's like hiring a car.



It's been covered multiple times. Advantages are:

1) Can be cheaper if the cost is less than the depreciation if you were to buy it privately
2) You don't have to pay VED
3) It's a brand new car, so if anything happens you've got a decent warranty
4) No MOT
5) You don't have to find the money to finance the entire car

Disadvantages:

1) Can be more expensive if cost is more than depreciation
2) You don't own it at the end
Edited by: "ollie87" 14th Jul 2016
ollie87

You're right, that is a lot of money to drive around in a car with a … You're right, that is a lot of money to drive around in a car with a Renault engine.



Renault 1.5D engine is lovely, if you like economy. You'll get 62mpg on the motorway with this. In a combination of town and motorway I'm averaging 55mpg.

If you want thrills then it's not so good, but if you just want to go long distances comfortable and cheaply then it's ideal.
If anyone is interested I picked up the buisness executive version of this car (it's the 1.5 with a DCT auto transmission, all the extras like sat nav, seat heating, automatic lights, cruise control blah blah blah) direct from Infinity last week. Same milage with a total cost of about £1200 more then this deal.
thekanester

Renault 1.5D engine is lovely, if you like economy. You'll get 62mpg on … Renault 1.5D engine is lovely, if you like economy. You'll get 62mpg on the motorway with this. In a combination of town and motorway I'm averaging 55mpg.If you want thrills then it's not so good, but if you just want to go long distances comfortable and cheaply then it's ideal.



I hired a Juke in Italy with this engine and was VERY disappointed. It was really loud and rattly. Despite the car being brand new (only 1500 km on the clock).

Granted this car will probably have better sound deadening.

Edited by: "ollie87" 14th Jul 2016
ollie87

It's been covered multiple times. Advantages are:1) Can be cheaper if the … It's been covered multiple times. Advantages are:1) Can be cheaper if the cost is less than the depreciation if you were to buy it privately2) You don't have to pay VED3) It's a brand new car, so if anything happens you've got a decent warranty4) No MOT5) You don't have to find the money to finance the entire carDisadvantages:1) Can be more expensive if cost is more than depreciation2) You don't own it at the end



If I tell you what I drive, how much I pay will you tell me if this is worth it please?
I drive 2003 fiat punto ( lol ) I pay £1200 annual insurance, £120 roadTax. Also have 6pts on license.
KopCity

If I tell you what I drive, how much I pay will you tell me if this is … If I tell you what I drive, how much I pay will you tell me if this is worth it please?



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I can't tell you that, it's personal preference and whether you can afford it or not. But since you're paying £1200 a year for insurance on an old Punto I imagine you're young (under 20). In which case I wouldn't lease a car.
Edited by: "ollie87" 14th Jul 2016
The 1.5 engine is shiite, get the 1.6 engine which is from mercedes
ollie87

...I can't tell you that, it's personal preference and whether you can … ...I can't tell you that, it's personal preference and whether you can afford it or not. But since you're paying £1200 a year for insurance on an old Punto I imagine you're young. In which case I wouldn't lease a car.


Is 30 young? Insurance is high due to postcode and IN10 ( 6 pts )
Just want to know if I'll b paying more..
m5rcc

Because cars are depreciating assets. If an asset depreciates, lease it. … Because cars are depreciating assets. If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, like a house, buy it. Very simple economics.



If it depreciates more than it would cost to fund the purchase with loan or cash, lease it. If it doesn't assuming you can afford it and want the hassle of selling or part exchanging then buy it.

I'm just going into my second lease. Both Golf R's. Previous cars have depreciated around 3-4K per annum with maintenance costs on top. My leases have cost £3.7k per year maintained and £3.2k for the next two non-maintained. Easy motoring in a nice car in my eyes.
Gibss

If anyone is interested I picked up the buisness executive version of … If anyone is interested I picked up the buisness executive version of this car (it's the 1.5 with a DCT auto transmission, all the extras like sat nav, seat heating, automatic lights, cruise control blah blah blah) direct from Infinity last week. Same milage with a total cost of about £1200 more then this deal.


Please can I have details of who this is with?
Shayno

Cold, don't keep car at end of it



It's a lease, of course you don't own it?
KopCity

Is 30 young?



Not for insurance! **** hell I only pay £200 a year on a 2014 car I got on PCP back in March 2014 and I'm not even 30 yet.

It's easy to work out the costs by entering the details of the car into an insurance comparison site. Bare in mind this is classed a luxury car so will be more expensive than most to insure unless you're old and have a lot of no claims.

Another thing is credit rating, is yours good? Do you have the £935.93 ready for the initial rental? If not don't bother even looking.
dush_yant

The 1.5 engine is shiite, get the 1.6 engine which is from mercedes



The 1.6 is Sunni presumably then?
Yes I do, have money ready. I'm gonna check insurance for this car now n I'll get back to you. Its insurance group 14, which ain't that bad.
KopCity

Yes I do, have money ready. I'm gonna check insurance for this car now n … Yes I do, have money ready. I'm gonna check insurance for this car now n I'll get back to you. Its insurance group 14, which ain't that bad.



Can you also save the £1000 to pay for your next lease initial rental when you hand this one back?
Edited by: "ollie87" 14th Jul 2016
ollie87

Can you also save the £1000 to pay for your next lease initial rental … Can you also save the £1000 to pay for your next lease initial rental when you hand this one back?


Guess not lol. just need to cut down costs on my car, paying far too much for a car with too little value.
If it's any use, Fleet News predict a residual value after 2 years and 20,000 miles of £9,824 - list price of £21,445. Even allowing for the lower mileage, shows what a bargain this is.

fleetnews.co.uk/car…000
Great deal get it ordered!
As I see it, if you normally buy your cars new, drive them less than 10,000 miles per year, and keep them for 3 years or less -- leasing is a bit of a no-brainer. It gets more difficult to assess if you have high mileage, normally buy nearly new or keep your cars longer. Everybody's circumstances will be different but I have warmed to leasing over the last 2/3 years.
Shayno

Cold, don't keep car at end of it


That's because its a lease you blert
YouDealTroll

That's because its a lease you blert


hahaha
Is it an auto (picture of the inside suggests so), and is it in that vile colour!

Interesting how they call it a 2015 model, I thought it was 2nd hand at first. It doesn't much matter that it's a 2015 model as its still new.
Edited by: "thelatics" 14th Jul 2016
PeterTrapy

Please can I have details of who this is with?



It was direct from Infinity - I just went into the show room and had a chat with them.
Also to add that this car is built in the UK for anyone considering that a plus.
thelatics

Is it an auto (picture of the inside suggests so), and is it in that vile … Is it an auto (picture of the inside suggests so), and is it in that vile colour!Interesting how they call it a 2015 model, I thought it was 2nd hand at first. It doesn't much matter that it's a 2015 model as its still new.


It's a manual - when I spoke to them the colour was obsidian black.
ollie87

It's been covered multiple times. Advantages are:1) Can be cheaper if the … It's been covered multiple times. Advantages are:1) Can be cheaper if the cost is less than the depreciation if you were to buy it privately2) You don't have to pay VED3) It's a brand new car, so if anything happens you've got a decent warranty4) No MOT5) You don't have to find the money to finance the entire carDisadvantages:1) Can be more expensive if cost is more than depreciation2) You don't own it at the end




6) If you have a company car allowance, you can spend it on something like this.
Gibss

It was direct from Infinity - I just went into the show room and had a … It was direct from Infinity - I just went into the show room and had a chat with them.



Can I get the dealer and salesmans name please as I cant get near your price
Gibss

It's a manual - when I spoke to them the colour was obsidian black.



Just rechecked and they are right, the £22,550 is for the 6 speed manual.
Edited by: "Lowtrawler" 14th Jul 2016
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