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NISSAN LEAF 110kW Tekna 40kWh PCH lease - Total £7,698.76 (Deposit - £2,109.56 + £198 fee + 23 months at £234.40, 8k M pa) @ Gateway2lease
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NISSAN LEAF 110kW Tekna 40kWh PCH lease - Total £7,698.76 (Deposit - £2,109.56 + £198 fee + 23 months at £234.40, 8k M pa) @ Gateway2lease

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Posted 19th Dec 2019Edited by:"YiannisF"

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I think this is the best deal for the 40KWH Leaf Tekna, so far (this is a high spec trim - lower trims can be had for less). I appreciate that this is not to everyone's taste and yes you can get a 4 Gran Coupe for less, but each to their own priorities.
On the positive side, next to 0 running costs, low insurance, 0 VED, 0 BIK for at least the next 2yrs if you go business-hire and possibly you do not kill the planet in the process.

24
month lease on a Nissan Leaf Tekna
8,000M (Excess Mileage : 7.70 pence per mile)
Initial £2,109.56 + £198 fee
23 monthy payments of £236.9
Total cost of lease:
£7698.76
(equivalent to £320.8 per month)
RRP: £32,845, so 23.4% P11D (all prices incl. VAT)
In stock (2 week delivery) - car will be delivered to your location

The 2019 Leaf needs little introduction. It is highly rated (topgear.com/car…eaf), reasonably fast with 150bhp and 0-62 at 7.9sec and 168M real world range (WLTP).

TEKNA trim includes:
  • e-Pedal
  • Nissan Safety Shield, including Lane Departure Warning, Intelligent Emergency Braking with Pedestrian Recognition, Intelligent Lane Intervention, Intelligent Cruise Control, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, High-Beam Assist
  • NissanConnect Services 8" Touchscreen Navigation and Entertainment System, Rear View Camera, Active Charging, Eco-Routing, Driving Range, Preset Air
    Conditioning, Nearby Charging Stations
  • Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto® Smartphone App Integration
  • 6.6 kW On-Board Charger and 50kW ChaDeMo Rapid Charge Port
  • Intelligent Around View Monitor with Moving Object Detection and Front and Rear Parking Sensors
  • Heat Pack, including Heated Seats and Heated Steering Wheel
  • 17" Alloy Wheels
  • Privacy Glass
  • ProPILOT Advanced Driver Assistance System
  • BOSE Premium Audio System with 7 Speakers
  • Part Leather Seats with Ultrasuede® trim
  • Full LED Headlights with Auto Levelling and LED Foglights
  • Electronic Parking Brak
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blun19/12/2019 21:21

Modern batteries are infinitely recyclable


This is pretty accurate. The batteries spend life in a car for 10-15 years (at a push), but then they will be used for home storage for solar / wind for another 10+ years. After all that the materials in them can be recycled to make new batteries. They are valuable and companies will make use of the materials as it's much simpler than digging up new materials
We have a leaf and love it but have to say real world range will be 150 in summer and 110 in winter.
michalko19/12/2019 21:16

"possibly you do not kill the planet in the process." Any new car kills …"possibly you do not kill the planet in the process." Any new car kills the planet in the process, regardless whether it is electric, petrol or diesel. Some resources were used to manufacture it and it will become a waste in the future. Best for the planet is to keep old cars running as long as we can go. The "electric" cars hype has got nothing "green" to offer, as dead batteries will pollute the landfills in 10-15 years.


Modern batteries are infinitely recyclable
lumsdot19/12/2019 20:45

i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable …i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable releases more than 10 tons of co2 into the atmosphere, that before its driven a single mile


Of course it would be better to have no car and have great public transport (or shared self-driving cars that you call on demand), but for most a car is the only viable option. Making a petrol / diesel car probably produces a similar amount (if not more) CO2. You need to consider the huge amounts of energy involved in extracting / refining and transporting fuel around the world. With electric cars you have at least a chance of using renewables to charge the car.
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If anyone has spotted a better deal, please suggest, as I will need to pull the trigger soon
We have a leaf and love it but have to say real world range will be 150 in summer and 110 in winter.
what about charging point at home?

is it not around £500 to install?

is that worth it for a 2 year lease?
leitchyleck19/12/2019 19:54

what about charging point at home?is it not around £500 to install?is that …what about charging point at home?is it not around £500 to install?is that worth it for a 2 year lease?


Not got a leaf but have a 16amp charger which as much as anyone will have at home and it really doesn't seem to make much difference.

I haven't done the maths but plugging into a 3 pin plug overnight will charge it fine
m1chaels19/12/2019 19:51

We have a leaf and love it but have to say real world range will be 150 in …We have a leaf and love it but have to say real world range will be 150 in summer and 110 in winter.


Hmm, that's what's drawing me towards the Kona, I know it'll have a real world reduction but from a more usable 250ish miles
villageidiotdan19/12/2019 19:56

Not got a leaf but have a 16amp charger which as much as anyone will have …Not got a leaf but have a 16amp charger which as much as anyone will have at home and it really doesn't seem to make much difference.I haven't done the maths but plugging into a 3 pin plug overnight will charge it fine


14p per kWh.
16amps = 3.6kw

So approx 50p per hour to charge with an inefficient charger, fiver to charge per night or thereabouts?
Cheaper here leaseloco.com/car…9-0


It's not that good a deal for a 2 year, about standard. 3 year deal works out better per year, just depends if you want it for 3 years.
leitchyleck19/12/2019 19:54

what about charging point at home?is it not around £500 to install?is that …what about charging point at home?is it not around £500 to install?is that worth it for a 2 year lease?

My understanding is that a charging point should cost £99 with the OLEV grant but worth checking for elegibility.
dfarrall19/12/2019 20:08

Cheaper here …Cheaper here https://www.leaseloco.com/car-leasing/nissan/leaf/110kw-tekna-40kwh-5dr-auto/422/2-24-8000-9-0It's not that good a deal for a 2 year, about standard. 3 year deal works out better per year, just depends if you want it for 3 years.



I see £2116.35 initial + 23 * 235.15 + 298.8 Fees = £7823.6. Am I doing something wrong?

I have seen some 36m deals marginally cheaper but I am not sure they will work out better as the goverment has made no commitments beyond 2021 on EV taxation (especially on BiC), so I would suggest caution.

(I have corrected a typo - calc is correct)
Edited by: "YiannisF" 19th Dec 2019
m1chaels19/12/2019 19:51

We have a leaf and love it but have to say real world range will be 150 in …We have a leaf and love it but have to say real world range will be 150 in summer and 110 in winter.


Yes I agree . Mid summer 150 to 160 as long as you don’t go faster than 65mph. Winter 110 to 115 miles. I’ve done a 197 mile trip in the summer with just one top up charge.

Driving in rain will also reduce your range by a good 10% too

Notwithstanding the above it’s a great car and so cheap to fuel.

You can get an electric tariff where you can charge for 5p per kw from midnight to 4am. On a home charger that would give you approx 28kw of power at a cost of just £1.40 And that would give you a range of 120miles in the summer or 90 miles in the winter. All for £1.40

if you want a link to the energy tariff and you’ll get a £50 credit then DM me.
Edited by: "QPRdevon" 19th Dec 2019
YiannisF19/12/2019 20:21

I see £2116.35 initial + 24 * 235.15 + 298.8 Fees = …I see £2116.35 initial + 24 * 235.15 + 298.8 Fees = £7823.6. Am I doing something wrong?I have seen some 36m deals marginally cheaper but I am not sure they will work out better as the goverment has made no commitments beyond 2021 on EV taxation (especially on BiC), so I would suggest caution.


It's not 24*, it's 23*

You don't pay your first month, it's part of the 9+
£2116.35 + £298 + (23 x £235.15) = £7,822.80 which is more expensive than OPs deal.

I don't know why we needed the sums when you can see the initial and monthly and fee are all more expensive so how on earth could it work out cheaper?
Edited by: "crumpetman" 19th Dec 2019
Leasing.com, ioniq premium deal on same terms £7406.16 total
villageidiotdan19/12/2019 19:56

Not got a leaf but have a 16amp charger which as much as anyone will have …Not got a leaf but have a 16amp charger which as much as anyone will have at home and it really doesn't seem to make much difference.I haven't done the maths but plugging into a 3 pin plug overnight will charge it fine


I believe you can get a 32amp home charger which will allow you to charge it fully with off peak tariffs (some are as low as 4p per kwh from 12am-4am)
leitchyleck19/12/2019 19:54

what about charging point at home?is it not around £500 to install?is that …what about charging point at home?is it not around £500 to install?is that worth it for a 2 year lease?


You can get a charge point installed for around 200 quid with an OLEV grant.

Alternatively, as other posters have mentioned, you can charge from a standard 3 point socket. That would take about 17 hours from flat to full, or to put it another way, you get around 10 miles added per hour it's charging.

Full charge from flat to full would cost £5.20 with a standard 13p per kWh energy tariff. Alternatively if you had an off-peak overnight tariff such as Octopus Go, a full charge would cost £2.
You can get one of these used 12-15k in great condition. Just saying, if you've got the cash that'll be a much smarter option imo
crumpetman19/12/2019 20:32

£2116.35 + £298 + (23 x £235.15) = £7,822.80 which is more expensive than O …£2116.35 + £298 + (23 x £235.15) = £7,822.80 which is more expensive than OPs deal.I don't know why we needed the sums when you can see the initial and monthly and fee are all more expensive so how on earth could it work out cheaper?


Yeah not sure what happened here.. My bad.. OP is cheaper
i like the bit about not killing the planet.

just making a leaf probable releases more than 10 tons of co2 into the atmosphere, that before its driven a single mile
zeb.mattey19/12/2019 20:40

You can get one of these used 12-15k in great condition. Just saying, if …You can get one of these used 12-15k in great condition. Just saying, if you've got the cash that'll be a much smarter option imo


Link? I'd buy one at that price, but i think your talking about the old model.
dfarrall19/12/2019 20:49

Link? I'd buy one at that price, but i think your talking about the old …Link? I'd buy one at that price, but i think your talking about the old model.


Ah apologies I am, should've looked more carefully, sorry guys!
lumsdot19/12/2019 20:45

i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable …i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable releases more than 10 tons of co2 into the atmosphere, that before its driven a single mile


dfarrall19/12/2019 20:44

Yeah not sure what happened here.. My bad.. OP is cheaper



Thanks - it is a typo at my end but the sums are correct.
You can get free charger install with OVO energy. But 2 years tie or £60 exit fee for dual fuel.

I would see as £60 installation.
There are other cheaper options as well that seem to come and go.
lumsdot19/12/2019 20:45

i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable …i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable releases more than 10 tons of co2 into the atmosphere, that before its driven a single mile


Where does the released CO2 come from? How does that compare to an ICE car?
There are also good salary sacrific schemes as well depending on your employer.
"possibly you do not kill the planet in the process."



Any new car kills the planet in the process, regardless whether it is electric, petrol or diesel. Some resources were used to manufacture it and it will become a waste in the future. Best for the planet is to keep old cars running as long as we can go. The "electric" cars hype has got nothing "green" to offer, as dead batteries will pollute the landfills in 10-15 years.

leitchyleck19/12/2019 19:54

what about charging point at home?is it not around £500 to install?is that …what about charging point at home?is it not around £500 to install?is that worth it for a 2 year lease?


I just had mine fitted and it was 299 after grant
michalko19/12/2019 21:16

"possibly you do not kill the planet in the process." Any new car kills …"possibly you do not kill the planet in the process." Any new car kills the planet in the process, regardless whether it is electric, petrol or diesel. Some resources were used to manufacture it and it will become a waste in the future. Best for the planet is to keep old cars running as long as we can go. The "electric" cars hype has got nothing "green" to offer, as dead batteries will pollute the landfills in 10-15 years.


Modern batteries are infinitely recyclable
lumsdot19/12/2019 20:45

i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable …i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable releases more than 10 tons of co2 into the atmosphere, that before its driven a single mile


Of course it would be better to have no car and have great public transport (or shared self-driving cars that you call on demand), but for most a car is the only viable option. Making a petrol / diesel car probably produces a similar amount (if not more) CO2. You need to consider the huge amounts of energy involved in extracting / refining and transporting fuel around the world. With electric cars you have at least a chance of using renewables to charge the car.
blun19/12/2019 21:21

Modern batteries are infinitely recyclable


This is pretty accurate. The batteries spend life in a car for 10-15 years (at a push), but then they will be used for home storage for solar / wind for another 10+ years. After all that the materials in them can be recycled to make new batteries. They are valuable and companies will make use of the materials as it's much simpler than digging up new materials
thebruce19/12/2019 21:10

Where does the released CO2 come from? How does that compare to an ICE car?


autocar.co.uk/car…les


ICE car will be less since it does not have a heavy battery pack.
plus lithium batteries and neodnium magnets in the electric motor use rare earth elements which currently mostly come from china.
hydrogen is much more eco friendly .. but not enough $$$$ in it for the manufacturers.
lumsdot19/12/2019 20:45

i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable …i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable releases more than 10 tons of co2 into the atmosphere, that before its driven a single mile



lumsdot19/12/2019 20:45

i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable …i like the bit about not killing the planet.just making a leaf probable releases more than 10 tons of co2 into the atmosphere, that before its driven a single mile


It doesn't. A 75kWh US built Tesla has just over 10 tons of co2 emissions from production. This Nissan has batteries half the size, likely made in the UK and manufactured using a far cleaner energy source.
Edited by: "A1RN" 19th Dec 2019
lumsdot19/12/2019 21:29

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry/analysis-just-how-green-are-electric-vehiclesICE car will be less since it does not have a heavy battery pack.plus lithium batteries and neodnium magnets in the electric motor use rare earth elements which currently mostly come from china.


Yeah, the rare metals are certainly a problem, but hopefully mitigated a little by them being recycled in modern batteries. Fuel has no chance of being recycled, it gets transported half way around the world and is burnt as a one-shot deal. I say this as a dirty diesel driver, I'm hoping to make the jump soon. I think next year will be a big EV year. If anyone is interested I'd recommend fully-charged channel on youtube. Some really good EV and renewables info and I find it pretty funny.
lumsdot19/12/2019 21:29

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry/analysis-just-how-green-are-electric-vehiclesICE car will be less since it does not have a heavy battery pack.plus lithium batteries and neodnium magnets in the electric motor use rare earth elements which currently mostly come from china.


Not sure what your point is with a heavy battery pack.

Yes we need to reduce the emissions of creating these cars as well, but it is still worth doing it for the cars themselves.

If the break even point is 80,000 km right now then great, that’s still a saving after 80,000 km.

Pushing the emissions back up the chain is a good thing, we can then eliminate emissions at other points in the chain until we have little or none. If we stick with ICE vehicles there will always be emissions which I think everyone agrees is a bad thing.
2bcool219/12/2019 21:45

hydrogen is much more eco friendly .. but not enough $$$$ in it for the …hydrogen is much more eco friendly .. but not enough $$$$ in it for the manufacturers.


Hydrogen uses insane amounts of energy to produce. It might be an option where batteries aren’t practical (e.g haulage / coaches) but for cars it is a dead end
lumsdot19/12/2019 21:29

https://www.autocar.co.uk/car-news/industry/analysis-just-how-green-are-electric-vehiclesICE car will be less since it does not have a heavy battery pack.plus lithium batteries and neodnium magnets in the electric motor use rare earth elements which currently mostly come from china.


Yep and the earth is flat and vaccines cause autism 😜
blun19/12/2019 21:52

Hydrogen uses insane amounts of energy to produce. It might be an option …Hydrogen uses insane amounts of energy to produce. It might be an option where batteries aren’t practical (e.g haulage / coaches) but for cars it is a dead end


It really isn't. For people without off street parking, say someone living in a 5th floor apartment, with their car parked hundreds of feet away from incoming supply, with no right to dig up/alter communal areas (car park, outside of building) then electric will never be an option. I say that as a strong proponent of EVs.
A1RN19/12/2019 22:12

It really isn't. For people without off street parking, say someone living …It really isn't. For people without off street parking, say someone living in a 5th floor apartment, with their car parked hundreds of feet away from incoming supply, with no right to dig up/alter communal areas (car park, outside of building) then electric will never be an option. I say that as a strong proponent of EVs.


If you can use a 300kw public charger to get a full charge in 10 mins this won’t be a major issue (same as a weekly petrol station visit). Appreciate the infrastructure is still rolling out.
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