Infiniti Q30 £203.98 per month- 8k miles yr - 24 months @ gateway2lease
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Infiniti Q30 £203.98 per month- 8k miles yr - 24 months @ gateway2lease

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Found 29th Apr 2016
Hi, its my first post so be nice, I have found this Infiniti Q30 deal quite cheap for what the cars worth and how nice it looks and drive, overall costs come to £203.98/month for 8000 miles a year on a 24 month lease contract. quite good leasing company as well

Initial payment £979.14
23 payments of £163.19
Admin fee £180.00
Total Price £4,912.51

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HipposRule

If you're only driving 8k miles a year, why bother. Get a bus.


If all you use a car for 5 days a week going to work, 8K miles a year is 30 miles a day. Who would want to be on a bus for 30 miles a day !?
HipposRule

If you're only driving 8k miles a year, why bother. Get a bus.



I only do 1500 miles a year in my car but would never consider not having one, depending where you live bus routes are ridiculous, e.g. for me to go to the next town 5 miles away takes 10 mins in car, but 90 mins on the bus!!!

Edit: not to mention costs - I am quite happy using buses and trains, gives me a chance to look around instead of driving, but the costs are prohibitive. We go up to Edinburgh once a year and in our diesel estate it costs us about £40 in fuel. To go on the train as a family of four it cost over £160!!! Similar story nearby, the train to Manchester takes an hour and costs £75 for a family of four, whereas the diesel costs about £6!
Edited by: "HaroFreestyler" 29th Apr 2016
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Brave topic for 1st post. These type of deals are quite divisive. Good luck.
nice find op
So, is this like a posh Nissan Juke then?
Just another Datsun eh lol
These cars are really nice in the flesh. Heat.
M_z

So, is this like a posh Nissan Juke then?



​nope. it's Mercedes GLA under. And partially normal A Class
good luck
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deleted90968
Something a bit different to the usual. I like it.
What's the upfront cost and overall cost?
Tron83

What's the upfront cost and overall cost?



Click the link and find out!
I really like the look of these cars, seems a great deal.
The 36 month deal with 3 months payment deposit looks a good deal too gateway2lease.com/car…312
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These made in Sunderland at Nissan plant? In fairness the mackems make some solid built cars and the cars made there are way superior to the tat from India. (New Micra is made there.
Comes with the quite decent 1.5 Renault diesel engine. 2.0 petrol is meant to be quite nice and bigger diesel quite powerful, but a bit noisy.
If you're only driving 8k miles a year, why bother. Get a bus.
liamwill83

The 36 month deal with 3 months payment deposit looks a good deal too … The 36 month deal with 3 months payment deposit looks a good deal too https://www.gateway2lease.com/cars/infiniti/q30/q30-1.5d-se.php?id=5075312


Not for me prefer flexibility of 2 years and its cheaper per month... Doing the maths 937+163*24 = £202 a month .... over 36 months its 478+189.90*36 = £203.50 a month (I might have missed an admin fee in totals for both)
Edited by: "rogercat" 29th Apr 2016
Voted hot accidentally thinking it was a hybrid. Still, quite like it, something different like the cactus
These are screwed together up at Sunderland. Saw them a month or 2 back when i worked up there.
Still prefer my chariot from Halewood though
Always thought the Infinity FX looked quite smart, remember seeing them in the States a few years ago.
HipposRule

If you're only driving 8k miles a year, why bother. Get a bus.


If all you use a car for 5 days a week going to work, 8K miles a year is 30 miles a day. Who would want to be on a bus for 30 miles a day !?
HipposRule

If you're only driving 8k miles a year, why bother. Get a bus.



Perhaps you need to travel in the evening or on a Sunday and don't want to wait around hours in the rain for a bus to turn up?
Better of with a 15 year old S Class.
jaydeeuk1

Voted hot accidentally thinking it was a hybrid. Still, quite like it, … Voted hot accidentally thinking it was a hybrid. Still, quite like it, something different like the cactus



not the cactus again, thats still a prickly issue on here
retrend

Better of with a 15 year old S Class.




I was waiting for the nuggets to turn up! Congrats on being the First
retrend

Better of with a 15 year old S Class.



Not when it breaks down you wont. This takes a lot of uncertainty out of motoring, especially for those not competent carrying out most of their own work.
Do you get mats and flaps included when you lease a car?
anlygi

Not when it breaks down you wont. This takes a lot of uncertainty out of … Not when it breaks down you wont. This takes a lot of uncertainty out of motoring, especially for those not competent carrying out most of their own work.



When it breaks just sell for scrap and buy another one, still cheaper than leasing new car.
rogercat

Not for me prefer flexibility of 2 years and its cheaper per month... … Not for me prefer flexibility of 2 years and its cheaper per month... Doing the maths 937+163*24 = £202 a month .... over 36 months its 478+189.90*36 = £203.50 a month (I might have missed an admin fee in totals for both)



Admin Fee is £150 + VAT, which comes to around £180
HipposRule

If you're only driving 8k miles a year, why bother. Get a bus.



I only do 1500 miles a year in my car but would never consider not having one, depending where you live bus routes are ridiculous, e.g. for me to go to the next town 5 miles away takes 10 mins in car, but 90 mins on the bus!!!

Edit: not to mention costs - I am quite happy using buses and trains, gives me a chance to look around instead of driving, but the costs are prohibitive. We go up to Edinburgh once a year and in our diesel estate it costs us about £40 in fuel. To go on the train as a family of four it cost over £160!!! Similar story nearby, the train to Manchester takes an hour and costs £75 for a family of four, whereas the diesel costs about £6!
Edited by: "HaroFreestyler" 29th Apr 2016
Fallen1992

I was waiting for the nuggets to turn up! Congrats on being the First



anlygi

Not when it breaks down you wont. This takes a lot of uncertainty out of … Not when it breaks down you wont. This takes a lot of uncertainty out of motoring, especially for those not competent carrying out most of their own work.



I'm pretty sure the comment was laced with a touch of sarcasm.
Edited by: "topss" 29th Apr 2016
FocusST

I only do 1500 miles a year in my car but would never consider not having … I only do 1500 miles a year in my car but would never consider not having one, depending where you live bus routes are ridiculous, e.g. for me to go to the next town 5 miles away takes 10 mins in car, but 90 mins on the bus!!!


Some people are just idiots matey! Where I work is only about 8 miles away and on a good day I can get there in 20-30 mins. It would take 2 different buses and over an hour to get there if I didn't have a car! I only do about 5k per year and so does my wife but we still prefer to have a car each. Why not if you can afford it?
markymark34

Click the link and find out!



Thanks, The title needs changing to represent the overal cost was my point. These lease deals are amazing but need to ensure we represent the true cost (like mobile phone contract etc...).
Nice car for a lady
dvdphile

Some people are just idiots matey! Where I work is only about 8 miles … Some people are just idiots matey! Where I work is only about 8 miles away and on a good day I can get there in 20-30 mins. It would take 2 different buses and over an hour to get there if I didn't have a car! I only do about 5k per year and so does my wife but we still prefer to have a car each. Why not if you can afford it?



well said
Alexandre77

Some people are just idiots matey! Where I work is only about 8 miles … Some people are just idiots matey! Where I work is only about 8 miles away and on a good day I can get there in 20-30 mins. It would take 2 different buses and over an hour to get there if I didn't have a car! I only do about 5k per year and so does my wife but we still prefer to have a car each. Why not if you can afford it?


well said
How much cost per extra mile?
I think I need to live closer to work... if I'm not working from home then it's a 100 mile round trip to work. oO Then there's all the 3-400 each way mile trips to our other offices and customer sites. I'm doing 20k miles a year oO
Edited by: "MJ10" 29th Apr 2016
But it's hideous (in my opinion)!
Nice car but 8K miles per year doesn't seem a lot to me. Guess it's OK if you're a low mileage driver / non commuter though.
Leasing deals are really good at the moment, for anyone unclear on the difference between leasing and going to buy a car- if you buy a car this way
- Go to dealer, choose car, tell them mileage, pay a deposit, have it for duration of contract then either i) buy it for a defined amount or ii) give it back. It is the same - except you will pay more at the dealer than if buying the same car through a lease.
If you buy cheap cars cash, leasing is not for you. If you do not want new cars, leasing is not for you. If you do buy new cars and want them as cheap as possible, like changing cars regularly and don't do uber high mileage, it is very much for you.

Take the BMW M135i example below, the entire cost of the 2 year lease will be around 7.5k. If you were to buy that car the depreciation over the same period would be more than this alone, plus you get a 5 second car

There is so much choice right now, for example:

Kia Sportage - 24m/5k/ - £127.19 (IP=1144.69)
VW Golf SV Hatchback 24/5k- £131.99 (IP 1187.89)
VW Tiguan SUV - 24m/5k- 201.59 (IP 1814.29)
BMW 318i - 24m/5k/ - £202.79 (IP 1825.09)
Audi Q3 - 48m / 5k - £214.79 (IP 1933.09)
BMW 135i - 24m/5k - £238.79 (IP 2149.09)
Audi A6 - 24m/10k - £227.99 (IP 2061.89)
Land Rover Evoque - 48/5k - £251.99 (IP 2267.89)
BMW 520d M Sport - 24/8k - 287.99 (IP 2591.89)
BMW X4 - 24/5k = 358.79 (IP 3326.29)




Edited by: "unknownorigin" 29th Apr 2016
unknownorigin

Leasing deals are really good at the moment, for anyone unclear on the … Leasing deals are really good at the moment, for anyone unclear on the difference between leasing and going to buy a car- if you buy a car this way- Go to dealer, choose car, tell them mileage, pay a deposit, have it for duration of contract then either i) buy it for a defined amount or ii) give it back. It is the same - except you will pay more at the dealer than if buying the same car through a lease. If you buy cheap cars cash, leasing is not for you. If you do not want new cars, leasing is not for you. If you do buy new cars and want them as cheap as possible, like changing cars regularly and don't do uber high mileage, it is very much for you. Take the BMW M135i example below, the entire cost of the 2 year lease will be around 7.5k. If you were to buy that car the depreciation over the same period would be more than this alone, plus you get a 5 second car :)There is so much choice right now, for example:Kia Sportage - 24m/5k/ - £127.19 (IP=1144.69)VW Golf SV Hatchback 24/5k- £131.99 (IP 1187.89)VW Tiguan SUV - 24m/5k- 201.59 (IP 1814.29)BMW 318i - 24m/5k/ - £202.79 (IP 1825.09)Audi Q3 - 48m / 5k - £214.79 (IP 1933.09)BMW 135i - 24m/5k - £238.79 (IP 2149.09)Audi A6 - 24m/10k - £227.99 (IP 2061.89)Land Rover Evoque - 48/5k - £251.99 (IP 2267.89)BMW 520d M Sport - 24/8k - 287.99 (IP 2591.89)BMW X4 - 24/5k = 358.79 (IP 3326.29)



Hi there,

Can you tell me where you've seen the 'Audi A6 - 24m/10k - £227.99 (IP 2061.89)' deal please?

Thanks
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