Nissan Leaf £125 Month no deposit 24 month - £3006 Nissan
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Nissan Leaf £125 Month no deposit 24 month - £3006 Nissan

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Found 19th Mar 2016
I was looking to lease my next vehicle, and saw that Nissan have an offer on the leaf's

Basically they are paying £5000 for your deposit, and the 24 months at £125, over two years, optional final payment if you want the car, but in reality a cheap new car over 2 years, handing it back to them and leasing new again next time.

Reduce the deposit to £0 with the slider and that will set the monthly down to £125.27
- hornblowerracing

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someone's maths is wrong. the monthly way too low.

Link says "Finance Calculator: Unable to calculate, the OFP is greater than the advance. Please adjust accordingly and re-calculate."

Original Poster

Zuulan

Link says "Finance Calculator: Unable to calculate, the OFP is greater … Link says "Finance Calculator: Unable to calculate, the OFP is greater than the advance. Please adjust accordingly and re-calculate."



Adjust the amount and it'll recalculate

bubblin77

Adjust the amount and it'll recalculate



The calculator refuses to accept those figures my end.

There must be something wrong here - if not, I would sign up immediately!
I'm paying £180 per month for my Renault Zoe on a two year PCP, and was very pleased to get that.

By the way, electric motoring is wonderful if it fits your lifestyle.

I love my leaf. Note that this is the 24KW version. The latest one out is 30KW, closer to 100 miles range in real world driving. Still a heck of a car if it is available at this price.... I save this much every month in petrol.

I agree, if this is really 125 a month it's an absolute bargain, I'll have one

Set the deposit to 0 and it calculates and brings back £125.27 per month/24

Do you not need to add in battery rental to the deal?

won't even let me adjust anything.

Bargain if it's right

I think the sticking point maybe when the dealer receives the quote. Anyone heard back from a dealer yet?

Most definitely an error for the following reason:

List price: £23,390

Nissan/dealer contribution: £5000
Total payable over PCP term: £3006
Optional final payment: £11,632.00

That leaves a £3,700 shortfall, which is probably still payable by you.

Looks like a glitch on the finance calculator.

I Got the tekna last June brand new £1500 deposit £151 a month 10000 miles a year, Bassets bridgend

Original Poster

karlie88

Most definitely an error for the following reason:List price: … Most definitely an error for the following reason:List price: £23,390Nissan/dealer contribution: £5000Total payable over PCP term: £3006Optional final payment: £11,632.00That leaves a £3,700 shortfall, which is probably still payable by you.Looks like a glitch on the finance calculator.



Cash price is £18,000 so figures seem to pan out?

Could it be that they have taken the £5000 off twice?

OTR = £23,390
Cash price = £18,390
Amount of credit = £13,390

Would be interesting to see what happens, if anyone goes for it, let us know how you get on

They have taken the 5k off twice.
First to drop the cash price down to 18 and then again to take the credit amount down to 13k. less your 3k over two years leaves an ofp of the amount they state.
This will get picked up straight away when the dealers looks.

Not completely impossible as they did a deal for a similar price a year ago
hotukdeals.com/dea…948

http://s21.postimg.org/vpqwmokuf/Screen_Shot_2016_03_19_at_13_27_39.png

this is quite a good deal... shame i have a car already, i spend 40quid a week on diesel so savings would be outstanding for me ;/

markbowen07

I Got the tekna last June brand new £1500 deposit £151 a month 10000 m … I Got the tekna last June brand new £1500 deposit £151 a month 10000 miles a year, Bassets bridgend


Good deal.

battery lease £70 per month to add?

I call this the pensioner car, because I only ever see pensioners driving them...

We are paying 135pm 6k pa from the deal 12 months ago. Not pensioners.....

Bigfootpete

I call this the pensioner car, because I only ever see pensioners driving … I call this the pensioner car, because I only ever see pensioners driving them...


Define pensioner....and quickly before my 6 foot 2, 1300CC FJR Yammy riding pensioner OH sees this
...and in case you don't know what a FJR is it's this one:
http://i686.photobucket.com/albums/vv221/billbill_bucket/Yam_zpst8teinnw.jpg
Edited by: "twinkle" 19th Mar 2016

I've sent the quote to the dealer.
this is a great way of in affect leasing a car then handing it back

Deal is not impossible, 4500 govt grant and 5k nissan/dealer contribution.

kingstongold

I've sent the quote to the dealer.this is a great way of in affect … I've sent the quote to the dealer.this is a great way of in affect leasing a car then handing it back


+1

30 kw on same deal for 150x25

What's the mileage limit on this?

Zuulan

Link says "Finance Calculator: Unable to calculate, the OFP is greater … Link says "Finance Calculator: Unable to calculate, the OFP is greater than the advance. Please adjust accordingly and re-calculate."



Yeh the £5k has been taken off twice. No chance they'll honour this.

Looks like there is a limit 0f 7000 miles and80 pound for batter lease on the top of that

Pretty sure this deal isn't right as the offer pages show prices much more increased than this. I know there was some great deals for the leaf a while ago but £152 a month for the 30KW Acenta seems too good to be true. If I didn't already have a leaf i'd be straight into this one.

m1chaels

Deal is not impossible, 4500 govt grant and 5k nissan/dealer contribution.


How so? this is a lease deal!!! how grant be applicable to this?

tapash

How so? this is a lease deal!!! how grant be applicable to this?


Because its not a lease deal, its PCP - personal contract purchase
Edited by: "twinkle" 19th Mar 2016

100 miles on a charge? So useless for anything but a little potter around town. I get 350± miles out of my Fiesta on a £40 tank of petrol, seems a fair price to go 350 miles without refueling which only takes 2 minutes to do! Electric as a technology still isn't feasible.

I use mine for my 12 mile commute. It's perfect. I have a charger at home. This (link below) seems to imply that the price is £18390 after the 5k gov grant, so with the 5k deposit contribution in addition these figures could be achievable. I got 150 deposit and 150 per month deal on the Acenta a year ago.

m.nissan.co.uk/spe…728

mattclarkie

100 miles on a charge? So useless for anything but a little potter around … 100 miles on a charge? So useless for anything but a little potter around town. I get 350± miles out of my Fiesta on a £40 tank of petrol, seems a fair price to go 350 miles without refueling which only takes 2 minutes to do! Electric as a technology still isn't feasible.


The 30KW is the way to go which is closer to 125 real world. Costs £3 to charge and don't have to go near a petrol station and you just park in your drive and plug in. Doesn't suit everyones driving profile but with a huge public charging network and low costs it is very feasible for many people who do less than 10k miles a year. All major cities that I need to visit are 80 miles round trip for me so the 125 miles range is perfect. Also cost hell of a lot less to run than your fiesta
Edited by: "kilmac" 19th Mar 2016

Just FYI, There was a dealer on the EV forums clearing a few pre registered new Leafs with delivery mileage for £11500. No battery lease, Accenta+ spec 24kw. So there are bargains out there!

100 miles per day range only if you are very careful
Put it in Drive rather than economy, turn the heater, lights, radio and wipers on and you might get 80 miles per day ( We had one at work i used it several times a good quiet drive)
good monthly payment but car has severe limitations
Arthur
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