Nissan Juke Tekna PCP Fully Maintained TOP SPEC £199.19 per month over 2yr @ Gateway2lease
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Nissan Juke Tekna PCP Fully Maintained TOP SPEC £199.19 per month over 2yr @ Gateway2lease

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Found 20th Jan 2013
£199.19 per month ( Can't get any cheaper anywhere else)

FULLY MAINTAINED 2 YEAR CONTRACT:

Personal Contract Hire Only
24 Month Contract
6+23 Payment Profile
10,000 miles per annum
Solid Paint

P.S - Also use this quote to price match with a dealer!
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Anyone used this company before?
Amazing deal. £4800 and you hand the car back after 2 years!

Depreciation alone should be circa £6000 on the base model. They must have bought plenty in bulk!
the petrol one drinks fuel! As this is for the diesel its a goood deal
Edited by: "adamsxi" 20th Jan 2013
Anyone know if there is an option to buy the car after the end of the deal, I can't find anything on the site?
skgwho

Amazing deal. £4800 and you hand the car back after 2 years!Depreciation … Amazing deal. £4800 and you hand the car back after 2 years!Depreciation alone should be circa £6000 on the base model. They must have bought plenty in bulk!



It's more than 4800

First payment is £1195.14 (6xmonthly payment) followed by 23 x £199.19

Total is £5776.51
Edited by: "reviewz" 20th Jan 2013
If you are interested you can get a diesel Juke on lease for £189 a month at lingscars.com although this is 4 years instead of 2 but the upfront cost is only 3 x initial payments. Just mentioning just in case people would prefer 4 years.
Edited by: "Dagk" 20th Jan 2013
The weird woman who appeared on Dragons Den and by choice has the worst websites in the world?!
pablobanez

this might be a better personal deal … this might be a better personal deal http://www.gateway2lease.com/z_nissan_juke_1.6visia5drhatchback-personal_14390_leasing.php



Well its not better - It's a Visia model which is a very basic one, trust me Tekna has a lot of cool gadgets. Also lingcars costs £224 is for Tekna . Can you paste the link if you see £189 for Tekna?


Edited by: "geek1981" 20th Jan 2013
sflattuk

The weird woman who appeared on Dragons Den and by choice has the worst … The weird woman who appeared on Dragons Den and by choice has the worst websites in the world?!



Yay! That's the one! The web site is awful.......but her prices are great.
I'd say hot for this deal.
geek1981

Well its not better - It's a Visia model which is a very basic one, trust … Well its not better - It's a Visia model which is a very basic one, trust me Tekna has a lot of cool gadgets. Also lingcars costs £224 is for Tekna . Can you paste the link if you see £189 for Tekna? Oops, sorry, you are correct Tekna model is £224.

You could get an Audi A3 for this price.
sflattuk

The weird woman who appeared on Dragons Den and by choice has the worst … The weird woman who appeared on Dragons Den and by choice has the worst websites in the world?!



I love that website! Yes its awful but they have made a design choice to be...completely different to every other corporate car leasing website. What a way to build brand recognition. Plus with the money they saved by not going to a swanky central London design bureau, they can bring their prices right down!
Yeah use lings all the time. Always found cheapest deals with her.
Few years back got a Citroen c-crosser for £250 /month for 2years.
Nothing as good as that now but she is cheap.


Good deal for a horrible, horrible car - Nissan Joke! Visual pollution (IMO of course).

Driven by 30 something mums who can't afford the Evoke/Q5 or whatever they really wanted.

I'll give it hot for the price but PLEASE keep it out of my sight!

Edited by: "Besford" 20th Jan 2013
Dagk

If you are interested you can get a diesel Juke on lease for £189 a month … If you are interested you can get a diesel Juke on lease for £189 a month at http://www.lingscars.com although this is 4 years instead of 2 but the upfront cost is only 3 x initial payments. Just mentioning just in case people would prefer 4 years.



Is that a real website? Haven't seen anything like that in 10 years
"The Nissan Juke is a fantastic vehicle for anyone wishing to take a personal or buisness lease deal."

Why doesn't anyone spell check anymore?
Shard

Is that a real website? Haven't seen anything like that in 10 years



Lol amazing site. You can even lease a robin reliant for £156 a month!
why even consider a nissan its a nissan
ChampionshipManager

You could get an Audi A3 for this price.



Where please?
Besford

Good deal for a horrible, horrible car - Nissan Joke! Visual pollution … Good deal for a horrible, horrible car - Nissan Joke! Visual pollution (IMO of course).Driven by 30 something mums who can't afford the Evoke/Q5 or whatever they really wanted.I'll give it hot for the price but PLEASE keep it out of my sight!



Says the poster who submitted a "deal" for a Binatone product.
Hi, I've never leased a car. I'm thinking of getting one now but could someone please explain in simple English how it works like what to watch out for...
and also, what if there is little damage to car (more then wear & tear) at the end of the contract?
Regards
I'm looking for a decent deal on an economical car but for 20000 miles P.A, can anyone help me out ?

Thanks in advance.
The topic is wrong, it should be PCH not PCP.
You need to be aware that these companies will charge at the end of the lease period for any damage, be that curbed alloys; a clean of the car; minor scratches etc. A decent price for the car though.
Edited by: "umli" 20th Jan 2013
ChampionshipManager

You could get an Audi A3 for this price.



Herp derp you could a Lamborghini for this price.
I have never leased a car and never looked into it, so this might be a silly question, but does car insurance come included in the deal or do you have to get your own?
They are normally fair as to what constitutes wear and tear including minor kerbing and scratches.

beltabry

I have never leased a car and never looked into it, so this might be a … I have never leased a car and never looked into it, so this might be a silly question, but does car insurance come included in the deal or do you have to get your own?



Nope, not normally. You can include service and tax if you negotiate but normally you pay for servicing, insurance and all other associated costs. If you do a 2 year deal like this then the likelihood it will need any service or tyres is very low.
BTW I am not a fan of this Juke, it's FUGLY! I would prefer a Dacia duster for £99.

umli

You need to be aware that these companies will charge at the end of the … You need to be aware that these companies will charge at the end of the lease period for any damage, be that curbed alloys; a clean of the car; minor scratches etc.



People always mention that with lease vehicles but apart from overly fussy inspections (Mercedes), it is no different to when you sell a car with damage. GAP insurers offer cover for scratches and alloy wheel damage, and if you are leasing you would have to be a fool to not have GAP cover.
tallphilc

Nope, not normally. You can include service and tax if you negotiate but … Nope, not normally. You can include service and tax if you negotiate but normally you pay for servicing, insurance and all other associated costs. If you do a 2 year deal like this then the likelihood it will need any service or tyres is very low.



Servicing, punctures and RFL are included with this deal.
Nissan Joke would be a more suitable name, considering its looks. The diesel version is basically a Renault. Good deal though if you have a sense of humour..
Reliable fixed cost motoring.

For people who benefit from cheap insurance its a no brainer when u cost it out
I test drove the 1.5 diesel. Really weak engine and poor fuel economy. I liked the car and the looks and all the features, but the boot is tiny and just couldn't drive a car with that engine.
PhoneBrains

Nissan Joke would be a more suitable name, considering its looks. The … Nissan Joke would be a more suitable name, considering its looks. The diesel version is basically a Renault. Good deal though if you have a sense of humour..



Ironic vituperativeness from somebody who relies on Sagem and Asda for their AV needs?
tallphilc

BTW I am not a fan of this Juke, it's FUGLY! I would prefer a Dacia … BTW I am not a fan of this Juke, it's FUGLY! I would prefer a Dacia duster for £99.



Where You can find a Duster for 99?
PhoneBrains

Nissan Joke would be a more suitable name, considering its looks. The … Nissan Joke would be a more suitable name, considering its looks. The diesel version is basically a Renault. Good deal though if you have a sense of humour..




Nissan Junk would be more appropriate, who on earth designed something so ugly and useless?..
Good deal so heat for that,, but on test drive I found the automatic CVT drive horrible.. all revs and no go...
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