Nissan Juke Visia 5dr Lease Deal  2yr (23)  £111.59 per month @ Tilsun Vehicle Contracts
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Nissan Juke Visia 5dr Lease Deal 2yr (23) £111.59 per month @ Tilsun Vehicle Contracts

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LocalFound 6th Feb 2013
Let's get all the Nissan "Joke'" jokes out of the way now! This deal won't be for everyone but the last one posted was a higher spec Juke but at £199 a month with a higher deposit.

NOTE: This is for business users only, so to qualify you must be able to prove that you receive a car allowance or suchlike.

Documentation Fee
You will be required to pay a documentation fee of £199.99 upon placing an Order for a Vehicle.

Metallic paint
For metallic paint colours the rentals quoted below will increase by £12+VAT per month. The original quote is only for solid colours (WHITE)


Personal Contract Hire
Deposit of £1115.88 plus VAT followed by 23 monthly payments of £111.59 (note you can add some more for fully maintained).

10,000 miles per annum

Cheap motoring really at around £35 a week.
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Deposit of £1115.88 + VAT
Yep sorry missed that DEPOSIT is £1339.10 making a total of £3905.67

Still a BARGAIN!
tallphilc

Yep sorry missed that DEPOSIT is £1339.10 making a total of £3905.67Still … Yep sorry missed that DEPOSIT is £1339.10 making a total of £3905.67Still a BARGAIN!

really, so what have you got for that £3905.67 after 2 years
looks bloody awful
Sounds quite a reasonable lease deal, shame I need more mileage than that per annum (do about 80 5 days a week just for work alone).
10000 just isn't enough.
OK so are you familiar with depreciation and general running costs associated with cars? If you bought one of these and stuck 20K miles on it over 2 years I reckon you would lose more on a Juke than this deal so in my experiece of running modern cars this is cheaper than buying.

Does the go some way to answering your question?

Bargain, less than the depreciation over 2 years if bought.
heat added for explanation!
Adidas Addict

Bargain, less than the depreciation over 2 years if bought.



finally someone who knows their onions!
What's the mpg on this car?
Didcotdealfinder

What's the mpg on this car?



Urban Fuel 36.7 mpg
Extra Urban 55.4 mpg
Combined 47.1 mpg
tallphilc

finally someone who knows their onions!

red onions are best...Personally I wouldn't buy a new car because of the depreciation , I normally buy a low milage one about 3 years old. lease deals are out for me too expensive when travelling over 100,000 miles a year.
Road tax is included for the entire length of the agreement
mrbasilbrushuk

red onions are best...Personally I wouldn't buy a new car because of the … red onions are best...Personally I wouldn't buy a new car because of the depreciation , I normally buy a low milage one about 3 years old. lease deals are out for me too expensive when travelling over 100,000 miles a year.



As I said this is not for everyone and you fit into that category.
tallphilc

Urban Fuel 36.7 mpgExtra Urban 55.4 mpgCombined 47.1 mpg



That's actually quite good. I thought it was going to be really bad
tallphilc

red onions are best...Personally I wouldn't buy a new car because of the … red onions are best...Personally I wouldn't buy a new car because of the depreciation , I normally buy a low milage one about 3 years old. lease deals are out for me too expensive when travelling over 100,000 miles a year.


fair enough i haven't voted hot or cold as its a good deal for some, but not for me.


Edited by: "mrbasilbrushuk" 6th Feb 2013
come on basil brush sort out your quoting lol!
lol
mrbasilbrushuk

fair enough i haven't voted hot or cold as its a good deal for some, but … fair enough i haven't voted hot or cold as its a good deal for some, but not for me.


Same here! Its like a pair of shoes!!! You may not like them yourself. But vote on the deal not the looks
Leasing is definitely the way to go.

What is the point of owning a car.
Elton Chong

Leasing is definitely the way to go. What is the point of owning a car.



I agree, it's a good way of keeping a new car, enjoying the benefits of a new car including a manufacturers warranty, having the road tax paid for and let's face it on a deal like this you won't even have to service it, change the tyres or spend anything on it other than putting fuel in it and insuring it.

2 year old ones are selling at £8450 and were £12995 new, that's a £4500 plus loss so well above this deal and they have to go through the hassle of selling it privately!

Never seen a taxi 4x4 before. If anyone can Nissan can.
mrbasilbrushuk

red onions are best...Personally I wouldn't buy a new car because of the … red onions are best...Personally I wouldn't buy a new car because of the depreciation , I normally buy a low milage one about 3 years old. lease deals are out for me too expensive when travelling over 100,000 miles a year.



100K!! seriously?
Great deal especially if road tax is included as i pay 240 a year for that alone and hundreds in on going repairs/tyres etc etc
Jnoosh

100K!! seriously?



Must be a cab driver!
Shame that they are owned by Renault> That explains the reliability!!!!!!!!!!!!
tallphilc

Urban Fuel 36.7 mpgExtra Urban 55.4 mpgCombined 47.1 mpg



Yes, well those are the Official figures
which are usually very optomistic.
gluke21

Yes, well those are the Official figureswhich are usually very optomistic.



OK next time I'll quote the non-official figures AKA real world MPG!

More overtime lol
Edited by: "tayre" 6th Feb 2013
Nissan Puke
I'd love to vote cold just for the look of it but that would be harsh
Having been a car salesman for 15 year (please feel free to make the usual jokes) please ignore what I'm about to say if you have strong opinions or are usually anti new car/lease deals as i'm sure those reading this thread would rather read genuine opinions than two people arguing over whose right and whose wrong. For those who are genuinely interested or would appreciate a professional and unbiased opinion (I have never sold or have any connection to Nissan) this genuinely is an excellent deal, as long as you follow a few pointers. Can you afford the deposit? Can you afford the monthly payments? if the answer is yes then i would say go for it, the only thing to remember is 2 years will soon come round, at which point you will have to do something.. just be aware that Nissan may or may not be doing similar deals therefore to continue driving a similar or equivalent vehicle you may require a higher deposit as well as higher monthly payments. Taking all this into account and your still happy, go for it..
This deal works out about £100 cheaper, with a smaller initial deposit, but you only get 6k per annum......

westwaynissan.co.uk/nis…211

CJ
I'll probably be shot down - since the op's attitude points towards having a go at anyone that doesn't like leasing deals, but what's so special about this?

Seems like an average price to not own an fairly crap average car. Honestly - spend £3000 on a used car with some character, put the £1000 in the bank for repairs. You'll have much more fun, get a much better (albeit older) car, and have something you can sell afterwards.
Is leasing a car a similar process to finance, in the sense are you subject to the same credit checks? I ask because I have a poor credit history so would never have the chance to buy a car on finance. So am hoping that I would be able to lease one. Providing I can afford the deposit and monthly payments would they let me lease regardless of my past poor credit history?
tallphilc

As I said this is not for everyone and you fit into that category.


Oh don't say that, I was enjoying him sharing his life story and buying decisions with us (without one shred of relevance to the deal)
bma1445

I'll probably be shot down - since the op's attitude points towards … I'll probably be shot down - since the op's attitude points towards having a go at anyone that doesn't like leasing deals, but what's so special about this?Seems like an average price to not own an fairly crap average car. Honestly - spend £3000 on a used car with some character, put the £1000 in the bank for repairs. You'll have much more fun, get a much better (albeit older) car, and have something you can sell afterwards.



Because its a used car. Why bother buying new condoms, when you can find them in bushes for free.
jaydeeuk1

Because its a used car. Why bother buying new condoms, when you can find … Because its a used car. Why bother buying new condoms, when you can find them in bushes for free.



Different analogy, a used condom is useless. A used car not so much. Nice try though.
bma1445

I'll probably be shot down - since the op's attitude points towards … I'll probably be shot down - since the op's attitude points towards having a go at anyone that doesn't like leasing deals, but what's so special about this?Seems like an average price to not own an fairly crap average car. Honestly - spend £3000 on a used car with some character, put the £1000 in the bank for repairs. You'll have much more fun, get a much better (albeit older) car, and have something you can sell afterwards.


You'll get shot down, as you are just spouting your personal preference - and not discussing the deal.
Like a deal for a Microwave oven and you telling us all "I only cook on gas ovens". Basically, we don't care. This isn't a website for you to tell us about your preferences, but add value to deal threads. i.e. Is this a good price for this model, how does it compare to similar deals etc.

You then enlighten us further by calling it a crap car. By what measure? I've been in 2 Nissan Dukes, and whilst its not for me it seems like a very decent little car.

You come off as some bitter chump who can't afford new, so wants to point out how everyone who can afford new is such an idiot.

If someone wants to lease without the hassle of buying or selling, let them do it.
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