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Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE Business 5dr DCT Automatic [Sat Nav] 24 month lease
Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE Business 5dr DCT Automatic [Sat Nav] 24 month lease

Infiniti Q30 1.5d SE Business 5dr DCT Automatic [Sat Nav] 24 month lease

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The Q30 SE Business Automatic comes with a choice of colours (Obsidian Black, Moonlight White*, Graphite Shadow*, Ink Blue*, Malbec Black* or Blade Silver*) - the spec-filled Infiniti Business Pack (Infiniti InTouch navigation system, DAB digital radio, Traffic sign recognition, Lane Departure Warning, Auto dimming rear view & driver door mirrors, Driver’s electric adjustable lumbar support, Cruise control and speed limiter, LED front fog lamps, Heated front seats, Black laquer fog-lamp finishers, Heated electric exterior mirrors, Dual-zone climate control, Rain sensing wipers),

8000 miles a year

23x £195
1x £250 deposit

£4735

More expensive than previous Q30 deal but this is a slightly higher spec

£150 delivery or free collection from Hull

Top comments

KareemSaid

Is Infiniti a Chinese brand? Never heard of them



No it's BT.

plath

these look ugly. the front looks like a hamster's face



​You've obviously seen some wierd-looking hamsters

Ha Ha - I think your comment says something about your own perceptions and priorities!
BTY I have company car that is from one of the perceived "premium" marques but it's interesting that you can't actually provide an answer to my question but rather prefer to have a lighthearted sideswipe at someone that's got the audacity to ask it!

admpgk

I always wonder what people mean when they describe a car marque as a … I always wonder what people mean when they describe a car marque as a "premium" brand? Does this mean that they're products are more reliable, better warranty, better mpg, rarer, or is it simply that they're more expensive and perceived by some to have "snob" value therefore appealing to those with such low self esteem that they think ownership of a particular brand will in some way boost how others view them?


I bet that is posted from your 10 year old entry level Focus. "It's only a car" you say, as you cry yourself to sleep.
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lol no price

Is Infiniti a Chinese brand? Never heard of them

KareemSaid

Is Infiniti a Chinese brand? Never heard of them



No it's BT.

KareemSaid

Is Infiniti a Chinese brand? Never heard of them



It's the premium offshoot of Nissan, like Lexus to Toyota or Acura to Honda.

Rob_1304

It's the premium offshoot of Nissan, like Lexus to Toyota or Acura to … It's the premium offshoot of Nissan, like Lexus to Toyota or Acura to Honda.



Thanks for the explanation, I genuinely thought Acura was just a model of Honda

Under the shell they are all Mercedes, switches, dash etc are all the same.

They are premium brands in the US and japan. Infinity Q35 are impressive.

I always wonder what people mean when they describe a car marque as a "premium" brand? Does this mean that they're products are more reliable, better warranty, better mpg, rarer, or is it simply that they're more expensive and perceived by some to have "snob" value therefore appealing to those with such low self esteem that they think ownership of a particular brand will in some way boost how others view them?

I've often wondered why it costs more per month, the longer you have the lease?

I thought that the bulk of depreciation occurs in the first year, so by the end of year 2 it's lost more in percentage terms than a year later.
So on a 3-yr deal you have then paid another £2,412 to them in yr 3, compared to £2,340 in yr 2.

It's just that I think it's better these days to hold the car for 3 years then you are not paying as many set-up fees, and assuming you don't do too many miles, you should just about get away without brakes and tyres (and MOT).

PS what the heck are 'door mirror puddle lights'?

Anyone actually have this car?

admpgk

I always wonder what people mean when they describe a car marque as a … I always wonder what people mean when they describe a car marque as a "premium" brand? Does this mean that they're products are more reliable, better warranty, better mpg, rarer, or is it simply that they're more expensive and perceived by some to have "snob" value therefore appealing to those with such low self esteem that they think ownership of a particular brand will in some way boost how others view them?


I bet that is posted from your 10 year old entry level Focus. "It's only a car" you say, as you cry yourself to sleep.

thelatics

PS what the heck are 'door mirror puddle lights'?


Little lights on the bottom of the wing mirrors that light up when you press the key to open the doors. The idea is that you can see if you're about to step in a puddle. First world problem solved.

GrumpyOldGamer

Under the shell they are all Mercedes, switches, dash etc are all the … Under the shell they are all Mercedes, switches, dash etc are all the same.


Except for the entertainment system which isn't from Mercedes and is no where as good.
Edited by: "dush_yant" 2nd Jun

Quite honestly puddle lighting solves a problem I never knew I had but I'd never go back. Looks pretty cool at night and it does help.

Ha Ha - I think your comment says something about your own perceptions and priorities!
BTY I have company car that is from one of the perceived "premium" marques but it's interesting that you can't actually provide an answer to my question but rather prefer to have a lighthearted sideswipe at someone that's got the audacity to ask it!

op it's a £150 for delivery of vechile

ilikedeals21

op it's a £150 for delivery of vechile



​Or you can collect from Hull.

KareemSaid

Is Infiniti a Chinese brand? Never heard of them


North Korean I think

these look ugly. the front looks like a hamster's face

plath

these look ugly. the front looks like a hamster's face



​You've obviously seen some wierd-looking hamsters

Rabbit_Exorcist

I bet that is posted from your 10 year old entry level Focus. "It's only … I bet that is posted from your 10 year old entry level Focus. "It's only a car" you say, as you cry yourself to sleep.



​ahaha I can feel the burn from here

Great deal OP. I was looking for a new lease car. I may be sorted!

GrumpyOldGamer

Under the shell they are all Mercedes, switches, dash etc are all the … Under the shell they are all Mercedes, switches, dash etc are all the same.



Correct... Mercedes chassis, Mostly Mercedes interior, engine straight out of Renault Clio.

admpgk

I always wonder what people mean when they describe a car marque as a … I always wonder what people mean when they describe a car marque as a "premium" brand? Does this mean that they're products are more reliable, better warranty, better mpg, rarer, or is it simply that they're more expensive and perceived by some to have "snob" value therefore appealing to those with such low self esteem that they think ownership of a particular brand will in some way boost how others view them?



You've answered your own question there really. Probably offended quite a few people in the process. Great work

I cant see any details for whether there is a balloon payment to buy it outright at the end of the lease period

Is it wise getting a diesel at the moment with the proposed hammering of diesel drivers? Be OK if it all goes on the car tax as it's included on the lease but talk of having diesel taxes for driving in certain cities which worries me as I work in Birmingham.

Sukh

I cant see any details for whether there is a balloon payment to buy it … I cant see any details for whether there is a balloon payment to buy it outright at the end of the lease period


It's a lease, not a PCP or hire purchase deal. Thre is no way to buy it outright. They sell the cars on afterwards.

thelatics

I've often wondered why it costs more per month, the longer you have the … I've often wondered why it costs more per month, the longer you have the lease?I thought that the bulk of depreciation occurs in the first year, so by the end of year 2 it's lost more in percentage terms than a year later.So on a 3-yr deal you have then paid another £2,412 to them in yr 3, compared to £2,340 in yr 2.It's just that I think it's better these days to hold the car for 3 years then you are not paying as many set-up fees, and assuming you don't do too many miles, you should just about get away without brakes and tyres (and MOT).



2 year old cars have better re-sale value due to the car still having manufacturers warranty. Hence I've found 2 years deals are cheaper than 3 year deals.

wolvesinwales

Is it wise getting a diesel at the moment with the proposed hammering of … Is it wise getting a diesel at the moment with the proposed hammering of diesel drivers? Be OK if it all goes on the car tax as it's included on the lease but talk of having diesel taxes for driving in certain cities which worries me as I work in Birmingham.


There will be no "hammering of diesel drivers". Modern diesels are a lot cleaner than older models, and with the previous governments advocating buying diesels for their economy, any action is likely to be taken to persuade owners of less clean models to replace theirs.

gazjon

There will be no "hammering of diesel drivers". Modern diesels are a lot … There will be no "hammering of diesel drivers". Modern diesels are a lot cleaner than older models, and with the previous governments advocating buying diesels for their economy, any action is likely to be taken to persuade owners of less clean models to replace theirs.



Which will affect resale value. Obviously this is lease so if you're worried then a lease is preferable over purchasing.

Rabbit_Exorcist

I bet that is posted from your 10 year old entry level Focus. "It's only … I bet that is posted from your 10 year old entry level Focus. "It's only a car" you say, as you cry yourself to sleep.



And I bet you are you are one of those with low self esteem boosted by their premium car and trying to snob other people when they question the real value of premium.

I would say the manufacturers call their premium brands as they believe those models have better equipment, comfort, or anything else of value and they can charge more for it. It's up to you to decide if you think the premium is good value or not, it's just personal choice I guess

admpgk

Ha Ha - I think your comment says something about your own perceptions … Ha Ha - I think your comment says something about your own perceptions and priorities! BTY I have company car that is from one of the perceived "premium" marques but it's interesting that you can't actually provide an answer to my question but rather prefer to have a lighthearted sideswipe at someone that's got the audacity to ask it!


But then, you knew the answer already, didn't you. However, it doesn't work with Infiniti anyway because few people buy them or know what they are and they aren't very good anyway.

admpgk

Ha Ha - I think your comment says something about your own perceptions … Ha Ha - I think your comment says something about your own perceptions and priorities! BTY I have company car that is from one of the perceived "premium" marques but it's interesting that you can't actually provide an answer to my question but rather prefer to have a lighthearted sideswipe at someone that's got the audacity to ask it!



Lol but still is insecure enough to say, "I have a company car thats a premium brand" you could not make it up.

HOT DEAL BTW.

usetheforceluke

Lol but still is insecure enough to say, "I have a company car thats a … Lol but still is insecure enough to say, "I have a company car thats a premium brand" you could not make it up.HOT DEAL BTW.


Oh dear! Just clarifying that I wasn't coming at this from the standpoint of being a jealous poor relation car wise.
You're assuming that I had a choice on what cars were made available? As it happens all those on offer were from the perceived "premium" brands. Would I buy one of these with my own cash? I really doubt it as no one has yet provided me with a rational and objective reason why anyone should, so therefore I guess it really is totally subjective and down to each and everyone's own preference for what they want to spend their money on!

admpgk

Oh dear! Just clarifying that I wasn't coming at this from the standpoint … Oh dear! Just clarifying that I wasn't coming at this from the standpoint of being a jealous poor relation car wise. You're assuming that I had a choice on what cars were made available? As it happens all those on offer were from the perceived "premium" brands. Would I buy one of these with my own cash? I really doubt it as no one has yet provided me with a rational and objective reason why anyone should, so therefore I guess it really is totally subjective and down to each and everyone's own preference for what they want to spend their money on!



Considering buying, will it help me get laid?

intime

Considering buying, will it help me get laid?



Wife says no

eagle-i

2 year old cars have better re-sale value due to the car still having … 2 year old cars have better re-sale value due to the car still having manufacturers warranty. Hence I've found 2 years deals are cheaper than 3 year deals.


Yet you are paying the depreciation with leasing and the greatest drop in depreciation is at the beginning.
You see bargains bucking the tread is normally due to a couple of situations. First the manufacturer have over estimated demand (several reasons why that may be but the estimate is started years in advance) and have a surplus of stock. Here it makes sense for them to refinance the capital they have tied up that will not impact customers that buy new whilst a few years down the line put back onto the market a low mileage well maintained product that holds its premium over the other routes. The other reason is when they are loss leading to improve demand and brand/product awareness.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 2nd Jun

Not my cup of tea, but still a good deal OP.

Don't really see why some feel the need to pass judgement on others for their choice of car.

Premium simply means 'more upmarket' or 'a bit nicer'. It's not for everyone though, so if you don't like it, or have different priorities then you are perfectly entitled to buy something else. But if you do like it and have the means to pay for it, then why not? Especially at this price.

dush_yant

Except for the entertainment system which isn't from Mercedes and is no … Except for the entertainment system which isn't from Mercedes and is no where as good.



​unless you get the bose as extra, 2 subs and 6 speakers I think
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