LEASE DEAL Tilsun Group 2014 New Qashqai 1.5dci Tekna £226.79 per month inc VAT + £1360.73 inital payment TOTAL: £6576.85
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LEASE DEAL Tilsun Group 2014 New Qashqai 1.5dci Tekna £226.79 per month inc VAT + £1360.73 inital payment TOTAL: £6576.85

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Found 2nd Feb 2014
My first deal post.
Looks like a good deal, for a top of the range Qashqai. List is £24780.00. This works out as £274.00 a month true cost over 2 year. This is for FLAME RED (non metallic) and I believe metallic is extra.

Don't know much about this company, would be good to get opinions of customer and how strict they are when the car is returned as have never leased before.

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Is insurance and maintenance included?

Good deal OP for a nice little motor. HOT

this is lease i take it never leased before i always buy outright any good prices for that

I have been considering a contract hire deal, however i have heard some stories about when people go to hand the car back the leasing company picks up on any small and minor marks and charges for these - I know someone is going to say that they need to take care of the vehicle, but i am not talking an majors marks here, and the probability of the car getting some minor marks over the course of 2 years is pretty high.

Can anyone that has had experience of using a leasing contract deal offer advise from experience?

10.000 miles per annum

tempted!

There will always be refurbishment costs on a lease. The lease company should tell you what is fair wear and tear. There are firms out there that will inspect your return vehicle before it goes back to negate any shocks but all(most) lease companies do see refurb as back end profit.

This is a good price though for a terrific new model.

Always take lots photos of the vehicle before handing back in at end of lease. Most companies will try it on even if there isn't much damage. Always negotiate with them if they do send out a invoice.

noisyassassin

I have been considering a contract hire deal, however i have heard some … I have been considering a contract hire deal, however i have heard some stories about when people go to hand the car back the leasing company picks up on any small and minor marks and charges for these - I know someone is going to say that they need to take care of the vehicle, but i am not talking an majors marks here, and the probability of the car getting some minor marks over the course of 2 years is pretty high.Can anyone that has had experience of using a leasing contract deal offer advise from experience?



I've had 3 leased vehicles and have never had any problems despite returning cars with wear & tear, minor scratches etc. The only thing I have had to pay for was when I lost the spare key & I had to pay the leasing company £80, which was fair enough. My husband has also had several lease vehicles without any problems.

markergirl

I've had 3 leased vehicles and have never had any problems despite … I've had 3 leased vehicles and have never had any problems despite returning cars with wear & tear, minor scratches etc. The only thing I have had to pay for was when I lost the spare key & I had to pay the leasing company £80, which was fair enough. My husband has also had several lease vehicles without any problems.



Great, thanks for letting my know of your experiences. Which company do you use?

Original Poster

581d

Is insurance and maintenance included?



NO insurance, there is a deal for maintainence for an extra £12.00 + vat per month

Original Poster

Has any one used Tilsun Group. The nearest competitor is about £50.00 more per month.

noisyassassin

Great, thanks for letting my know of your experiences. Which company do … Great, thanks for letting my know of your experiences. Which company do you use?



Can't remember! Sorry. I shopped around online each time the end of one lease was coming up. One of the companies I was dealing with was taken over by Lex.

Great car too, test drove one the other week - launch weekend - and put our order in for this very same model in pearl white.
Amazing amount of kit for the money, decent MPG and no tax too.

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how much would it cost to buy outright after 2 years?

Original Poster

shabibijunior

Isn't this even … Isn't this even cheaper?http://www.tilsungroup.com/nissan-new+qashqai-1.5+dci+acenta+premium+5dr-car-39383#.Uu6zHfl_s6U



Yes, but the deal is for their top of the range spec, which comes with a host of additional gadgetry.

shabibijunior

Isn't this even … Isn't this even cheaper?http://www.tilsungroup.com/nissan-new+qashqai-1.5+dci+acenta+premium+5dr-car-39383#.Uu6zHfl_s6U



well it would be, because its a lesser spec..

What it misses out on in comparison to the top level Tekna:
SAFETY
• Safety Shield Technologies including:
- Around View Monitor
- Blind Spot Warning
- Moving Object Detection
- Driver Attention Support
EXTERIOR STYLING
• 19" alloy wheels
• Satin silver roof rails
INTERIOR STYLING
• Graphite leather trim
CONVENIENCE
• Electrically adjustable driver's seat with
manual lumbar support
• Heated front seats
• Colour front, rear and side cameras
• Intelligent Park Assist
• Thermaclear Heated windscreen
VENTILATION AND VISIBILITY
• Bi-LED headlamps
• Automatic headlamp leveliser
Edited by: "bobbler" 2nd Feb 2014

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saifullahpatel39

how much would it cost to buy outright after 2 years?



Not sure, do lease companies give you that option?

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ae2115

Not sure, do lease companies give you that option?

I dunno, I just assumed they would? else I wouldn't see the point in leasing

I really dont understand why anyone would want to lose nearly 7k in 2 years then you have to give the car back? Whats the benefits?

Just buy a car for 7k second hand and own it outright for many years. Use a loan, Use a credit card, Use whatever you have to do if you cant afford 7k upfront.

I personally couldnt justify a lease.

good deal

J4GG4

I really dont understand why anyone would want to lose nearly 7k in 2 … I really dont understand why anyone would want to lose nearly 7k in 2 years then you have to give the car back? Whats the benefits?Just buy a car for 7k second hand and own it outright for many years. Use a loan, Use a credit card, Use whatever you have to do if you cant afford 7k upfront.I personally couldnt justify a lease.



stupid comment, because its a new car and not 2nd hand!!

getting a loan will mean you 2nd hand car will cost more than £7000. plus you have repairs, servicing, mot, 1st years road tax to pay for - I reckon your 2nd hand car will have to be a nearer £5000

great now show me what heap of a car you will get for £5K - I await the bmw, merc and audis then ill laugh

Edited by: "royals" 3rd Feb 2014

there are pros and cons to leasing, i think to really feel the benefit you need to do it several times and you must be somebody who buys a new car every 2 or 3 years
for example, buy a new car @ 20k, after 3 years part ex it for 11 (if your lucky) so there you lose 9k whereas the same car would cost you 7k to lease and then you start again so if you did this 3 or 4 times saving 2 or 3 k each time itll pay for itself in the long run and if you keep the money saved in the bank youll have enough to buy a new car outright at the end
the people this wouldn't suit is somebody who buys a car outright and keeps it for many years but i can see the benefit of leasing
its like fixing your mortgage payments for 2 or 3 years, you know exactly how much its going to cost you no matter what happens
also the more expensive car you buy the better the actual deal would be financially

norville555

Always take lots photos of the vehicle before handing back in at end of … Always take lots photos of the vehicle before handing back in at end of lease. Most companies will try it on even if there isn't much damage. Always negotiate with them if they do send out a invoice.

So take the pics when new,hmm?

irradiated

there are pros and cons to leasing, i think to really feel the benefit … there are pros and cons to leasing, i think to really feel the benefit you need to do it several times and you must be somebody who buys a new car every 2 or 3 yearsfor example, buy a new car @ 20k, after 3 years part ex it for 11 (if your lucky) so there you lose 9k whereas the same car would cost you 7k to lease and then you start again so if you did this 3 or 4 times saving 2 or 3 k each time itll pay for itself in the long run and if you keep the money saved in the bank youll have enough to buy a new car outright at the endthe people this wouldn't suit is somebody who buys a car outright and keeps it for many years but i can see the benefit of leasingits like fixing your mortgage payments for 2 or 3 years, you know exactly how much its going to cost you no matter what happensalso the more expensive car you buy the better the actual deal would be financially



Spot on! And if you're the type that 'must have' a new car so frequently, leasing is far cheaper than buying outright. Otherwise, I really don't see the benefit.

Buy a 9 month old car with about 6-7000 miles done and all the first year depreciation gone away (and a decent amount of warranty left), and the leasing cost looks ridiculous in comparison.

irradiated

there are pros and cons to leasing, i think to really feel the benefit … there are pros and cons to leasing, i think to really feel the benefit you need to do it several times and you must be somebody who buys a new car every 2 or 3 yearsfor example, buy a new car @ 20k, after 3 years part ex it for 11 (if your lucky) so there you lose 9k whereas the same car would cost you 7k to lease and then you start again so if you did this 3 or 4 times saving 2 or 3 k each time itll pay for itself in the long run and if you keep the money saved in the bank youll have enough to buy a new car outright at the endthe people this wouldn't suit is somebody who buys a car outright and keeps it for many years but i can see the benefit of leasingits like fixing your mortgage payments for 2 or 3 years, you know exactly how much its going to cost you no matter what happensalso the more expensive car you buy the better the actual deal would be financially



Your looking at it from the wrong angle, buying a new car and leasing a new car your both going to lose out a lot of money.

Just for the sake of you knowing its a new car is it worth it? You can buy cars with 10k miles on or 20k, still drive like brand new and smell like brand new for far cheaper than buying from the forecourt of leasing.

I guess you lease if you dont have the money up front and you want others to think you have the money by pretending you bought it brand new. In fact this is a fact, i know 2 people who lease and they tell everyone they bought it. Its quite funny.

saifullahpatel39

how much would it cost to buy outright after 2 years?



why bother, just get another contract hire deal
irradiated

there are pros and cons to leasing, i think to really feel the benefit … there are pros and cons to leasing, i think to really feel the benefit you need to do it several times and you must be somebody who buys a new car every 2 or 3 yearsfor example, buy a new car @ 20k, after 3 years part ex it for 11 (if your lucky) so there you lose 9k whereas the same car would cost you 7k to lease and then you start again so if you did this 3 or 4 times saving 2 or 3 k each time itll pay for itself in the long run and if you keep the money saved in the bank youll have enough to buy a new car outright at the endthe people this wouldn't suit is somebody who buys a car outright and keeps it for many years but i can see the benefit of leasingits like fixing your mortgage payments for 2 or 3 years, you know exactly how much its going to cost you no matter what happensalso the more expensive car you buy the better the actual deal would be financially



true, bit like the audi r8 - cant see lots of people having £100K lying around so £1000/mth with £18K deposit isn't much more appealing

I tend to lease cars - had no problems before using lingscars.com - horrendous looking website but good deals (I stick to 3+23 deals). In terms of paying back for issues - I paid back a few hundred for a really bad kerbed alloy and bad scratches to paintwork - probably would have paid the same amount to repair it as they checked a week before returning it so paid the fine as was less hassle for me. The company that use mine give a bit of leeway - plus they did say my car was one of the best they had seen when it was returned!

j4gg4, i understand where your coming from but remember this is for a new car, your wasting your breath comparing it to second hand cars as those that want new will do so however its paid for, remember even on hp its not usually yours till you pay 75%
for me it wouldnt make sense as 10 years ago i bought new, 2.5 years ago i replaced it with a new car and i might keep this another 3 or 4 so im a keeper but i really do think the maths adds up if you do it often enough and for long enough. the thought of shelling out 6k and then handing it back and not getting another doesnt sound appealing which is why you need to keep doing it

Edited by: "irradiated" 2nd Feb 2014

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saifullahpatel39

how much would it cost to buy outright after 2 years?

irradiated

there are pros and cons to leasing, i think to really feel the benefit … there are pros and cons to leasing, i think to really feel the benefit you need to do it several times and you must be somebody who buys a new car every 2 or 3 yearsfor example, buy a new car @ 20k, after 3 years part ex it for 11 (if your lucky) so there you lose 9k whereas the same car would cost you 7k to lease and then you start again so if you did this 3 or 4 times saving 2 or 3 k each time itll pay for itself in the long run and if you keep the money saved in the bank youll have enough to buy a new car outright at the endthe people this wouldn't suit is somebody who buys a car outright and keeps it for many years but i can see the benefit of leasingits like fixing your mortgage payments for 2 or 3 years, you know exactly how much its going to cost you no matter what happensalso the more expensive car you buy the better the actual deal would be financially

I just see it as throwing money away though. not got money to throw away

irradiated

j4gg4, i understand where your coming from but remember this is for a new … j4gg4, i understand where your coming from but remember this is for a new car, your wasting your breath comparing it to second hand cars as those that want new will do so however its paid for, remember even on hp its not usually yours till you pay 75%for me it wouldnt make sense as 10 years ago i bought new, 2.5 years ago i replaced it with a new car and i might keep this another 3 or 4 so im a keeper but i really do think the maths adds up if you do it often enough and for long enough



Ok i understand, if you only want brand new then you pay for that luxury. To lose 7k in 2 years i still think is reckless when you could put it into something worth while like completing the mortgage on your house or using it as a deposit on a house. If you got 7k to spend and lose completely in 2 years and you want to tell everyone you bought a brand new car then go for it.

Id be happy buying a 7k car and selling it for 6.5k in 2 years time. But generally when i do sell my cars on in 2 years time i make money on it due to finding a good deal in the first place. Each to their own though.

My sister drives a Qashqai and she loves it.

Great deal! Went to the launch weekend and was quoted £380 per month over 4 years with £2,500 deposit at the main dealer. For the same spec car here it's around £1,500 deposit with payments around £250 including maintenance! Voted HOT!!!!

royals

[quote=J4GG4] I really dont understand why anyone would want to lose … [quote=J4GG4] I really dont understand why anyone would want to lose nearly 7k in 2 years then you have to give the car back? Whats the benefits?Just buy a car for 7k second hand and own it outright for many years. Use a loan, Use a credit card, Use whatever you have to do if you cant afford 7k upfront.i got a Peugeot 308 1.6d 1 year old, 30 road tax, no mots for two years, had no bills and the cars mine, so i agree id rather have my car than have a new one id never own. stupid comment, because its a new car and not 2nd hand!!getting a loan will mean you 2nd hand car will have to cost more than £7000. plus you have repairs, servicing, mot, 1st years road tax to pay for - I reckon your 2nd hand car will have to be a nearer £5000great now show me what heap of a car you will get for £5K - I await the bmw, merc and audis then ill laugh

Think he ment after used and return back

morrig

So take the pics when new,hmm?

norville555

Always take lots photos of the vehicle before handing back in at end of … Always take lots photos of the vehicle before handing back in at end of lease. Most companies will try it on even if there isn't much damage. Always negotiate with them if they do send out a invoice.


Good advice. Thanks.

Would never lease a car. Cold.

ae2115

Not sure, do lease companies give you that option?



Yes they do. After all, they'll sell it to someone who then sells it.
The car could depreciate more than expected and you'd pay less than the list price. Then again, you could get a discount when you buy it new.

We've had a qashqai and now got a qashqai plus 2, couldn't have been happier with them both - quality interior fittings, lovely drive, no mechanical problems (whereas my mini copper, over the same 3 years has been in and out of the shop every 6 months with some problem or another). I'd def recommend these cars.
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