Nissan Juke 1.6 Visia 2 year Lease £3008.40 @ gateway2lease
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Nissan Juke 1.6 Visia 2 year Lease £3008.40 @ gateway2lease

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LocalFound 30th Sep 2015
This seems like a decent deal if you are looking for a lease. I know there will be some who are happy to buy a 10 year old car for £500 and they'll vote this cold but if you are in the market for a new car it seems decent. 5000 miles PA on a 2 year deal.

Deposit is £1200 inc VAT and then it's only £70.80 a month. I've also factored in the £180 fee when I've priced it up.

Two years driving for just over £3k. I know it's the basic model and it's a bit of a fugly car but it's not too bad.

Hoping to get one for the wife.... Well I think it sounds a fair swap
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Is this the legal immigrant Nissan Joke? It comes with its own Visaand travels light with no gadgets.
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You know what, whilst it is a bit of a "marmite" car, I must admit I quite like the look of the Juke - still out of my price range, but a good deal none the less.
I added the link from the mobile but it doesn't seem to be working

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ugliest car on the road
Oneday77

Is this the legal immigrant Nissan Joke? It comes with its own Visaand … Is this the legal immigrant Nissan Joke? It comes with its own Visaand travels light with no gadgets.



Someone didn't see the drowned children on the beach......shame on you.
If there's any admin about, please feel free to correct the link to the one in my post as although I pasted it when I added the original post it doesn't seem to have worked.
royals

ugliest car on the road



No, there are still some Multiplas around.
ilikewatch

You know what, whilst it is a bit of a "marmite" car, I must admit I … You know what, whilst it is a bit of a "marmite" car, I must admit I quite like the look of the Juke - still out of my price range, but a good deal none the less.



Out of your price range, even when you factor in service, MOT, repairs, depreciation and higher fuel costs of a used car? seems hard to believe as I'm not sure you can drive anything for much less than this overall!
Edited by: "donslibi" 30th Sep 2015
Gryzor

Someone didn't see the drowned children on the beach......shame on you.


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Worst keyless car ever - tested, would never buy one !!!
Great looking car IMO, although I can see why others (usually driving a silver diesel golf) wouldn't think so
Gryzor

Someone didn't see the drowned children on the beach......shame on you.



What are you banging on about?....you can't tell migrant jokes because of a dead kid?
Where on earth can you get a decent 10 year old car for £500?! 5000 miles is useless for most people too.
My wife has the diesel version and we both like the car.....had it nearly two years on a lease and had no problems...... goes back next month.
Have the 2011 diesel version and its been very reliable. Bargain price on the above
Lot of knockers about tonight.
Could it be jealousy?
Lamens question.. 5k miles per annum, what happens if i do over that?
Edited by: "CBK" 30th Sep 2015
I personally do not like lease deals but it is always nice to have a new car and at this price I think it is a very good deal.
donslibi

Out of your price range, even when you factor in service, MOT, repairs, … Out of your price range, even when you factor in service, MOT, repairs, depreciation and higher fuel costs of a used car? seems hard to believe as I'm not sure you can drive anything for much less than this overall!



Servicing at Servicestop.com = £80 per year. MOT = £30 per year at anywhere competitive. repairs = related to driving style. Depreciation of OWNERSHIP is still in your favour as you OWN the car so anything you sell it for is MORE than you would get back from a lease. Higher fuel costs = I guess you don't believe those reports about emissions testing and mpg ratings on new cars being faked....

To me the only plus for a lease is that you can treat the car with contempt safe in the knowledge that unless you crash you won't have to fork out for the effects of excessive revving/ harsh braking/ speed bump mashing.

Heat added!
donslibi

Out of your price range, even when you factor in service, MOT, repairs, … Out of your price range, even when you factor in service, MOT, repairs, depreciation and higher fuel costs of a used car? seems hard to believe as I'm not sure you can drive anything for much less than this overall!



​Well, I paid £500 for my diesel Volvo S40 3 years ago, so far I've spent £600 on MOT'S and maintenance, covered 40K, it does 50 MPG and tax is about £130 a year so given that I could probably sell it tomorrow for £350 I reckon I'm doing alright :-)
piphurst

Servicing at Servicestop.com = £80 per year. MOT = £30 per year at a … Servicing at Servicestop.com = £80 per year. MOT = £30 per year at anywhere competitive. repairs = related to driving style. Depreciation of OWNERSHIP is still in your favour as you OWN the car so anything you sell it for is MORE than you would get back from a lease. Higher fuel costs = I guess you don't believe those reports about emissions testing and mpg ratings on new cars being faked....To me the only plus for a lease is that you can treat the car with contempt safe in the knowledge that unless you crash you won't have to fork out for the effects of excessive revving/ harsh braking/ speed bump mashing.Heat added!



Wrong about servicing as different cars need various levels. My current used cars costs me closer to 250 a year on average. New cars are more efficient, I know from experience of about 8 new rentals. Repairs are not directly related to driving style, I have had repairs for all sorts e.g. age related rust, window issues, etc. Note that brakes and tyres don't generally need replacing on a 2yr lease. No logic at all in with respect to your view on depreciation. If you buy a car for 8k and you sell it 2yrs later for 6k you have spent 2k depreciation. No idea where all your logic is coming from actually! Good luck
ilikewatch

​Well, I paid £500 for my diesel Volvo S40 3 years ago, so far I've spent … ​Well, I paid £500 for my diesel Volvo S40 3 years ago, so far I've spent £600 on MOT'S and maintenance, covered 40K, it does 50 MPG and tax is about £130 a year so given that I could probably sell it tomorrow for £350 I reckon I'm doing alright :-)



It's all good until you get a major repair. Then you start to appreciate the notion of financial risk management.
I'm not sure what you mean about depreciation Piphurst? As donslibi stated, you have to pay the money out in the first place.

Also don't forget to factor in interest rates if you need to finance your used car. It's fine if you have the money sitting around but if you need to take out a loan it will cost you a decent whack in interest as well
piphurst

Servicing at Servicestop.com = £80 per year. MOT = £30 per year at a … Servicing at Servicestop.com = £80 per year. MOT = £30 per year at anywhere competitive. repairs = related to driving style. Depreciation of OWNERSHIP is still in your favour as you OWN the car so anything you sell it for is MORE than you would get back from a lease. Higher fuel costs = I guess you don't believe those reports about emissions testing and mpg ratings on new cars being faked....To me the only plus for a lease is that you can treat the car with contempt safe in the knowledge that unless you crash you won't have to fork out for the effects of excessive revving/ harsh braking/ speed bump mashing.Heat added!



And that last point about hrash revving, etc the car because it's not 'yours' is competely selfish and ignorant of the guy who then buys it when you give it back and is going to get an abused vehicle.
royals

ugliest car on the road



I think you'll find this is uglier!

http://images.honestjohn.co.uk/imagecache/file/fit/730x700/media/4990353/Ssangyong%20Rodius%2061%20reg%20R34.jpg
Ricky

I'm not sure what you mean about depreciation Piphurst? As donslibi … I'm not sure what you mean about depreciation Piphurst? As donslibi stated, you have to pay the money out in the first place.Also don't forget to factor in interest rates if you need to finance your used car. It's fine if you have the money sitting around but if you need to take out a loan it will cost you a decent whack in interest as well



If you pay out for a lease that money is gone, if you pay out for ownership you have money back when you sell.
Regarding finance I agree and would add that it is more likely to be required for a new purchase, not used- all depending on where in the life of the car you are shelling out for her. Just look at ilkikewatch for an example.
donslibi

It's all good until you get a major repair. Then you start to appreciate … It's all good until you get a major repair. Then you start to appreciate the notion of financial risk management.



​To be fair, with bangers you don't have major repairs - you sell any parts worth selling for a hundred quid or so, then weigh in whatevers left for another hundred quid, then buy another one and repeat the process.

Nevertheless, I like this car, I like this deal, I've added heat, and if I had the dosh I might even get one myself. As it happens though I'm happy with what I've got, I've got confidence in it and I'll stick with it for now :-)
blitzmmccv

I think you'll find this is uglier!



​Pfft! Neither are even in the same league as the Suzuki X90...
I'd go for it if I never had any neighbours.
Thanks to the OP. This is the car my wife has been after for a little while and i've been looking out for a good deal! 3k over 2 years is about right too! Shame about the upfront cost but the monthly is very good! Cheers.:)
Probably the ugliest car ever made..it's actually on the list of one of the ugliest cars in history lol
This is one hell of a hideous looking car, but it's a cheap lease for what it is. However Nissan would have to pay me to drive this monstrosity.
Nissan Junk . Yuck
I can see what Nissan based their design on.......



http://www.hdwallpapers-3d.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/frog-pictures-hd-wallpaper-22.jpg
LoRdPlOps111

No, there are still some Multiplas around.



I loved my multipla. Looked like a deformed dolphin, but by God was it practical.
Sorry if I'm being dense, but the sums don't add up to me. £1200 upfront, £180 administration fee, and £70 per month seems to add up to a lot more than £3000
Ugly, but not as ugly as the fiat 500L, now that's a really ugly car.
blitzmmccv

I think you'll find this is uglier!


https://media.giphy.com/media/ihWcaj6R061wc/giphy.gif

I loved my multipla. Looked like a deformed dolphin, but by God was it … I loved my multipla. Looked like a deformed dolphin, but by God was it practical.



+10


Edited by: "brainsys" 30th Sep 2015
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