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Nissan Leaf Acenta Lease 2Yrs 8K Miles £4115.84 @ Colliers
Nissan Leaf Acenta Lease 2Yrs 8K Miles £4115.84 @ Colliers

Nissan Leaf Acenta Lease 2Yrs 8K Miles £4115.84 @ Colliers

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Deposit £1168.83 + 23 X £129.87 = £4115.84. Or £171.49 per month if you add the deposit and monthly costs together.

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This spec car costs £19190 to buy from Nissan so I think it's a fairly good price for 2 years for brand new car. And if you have a charge station at work then even better.

This is for the 24kwh spec which claims 125 mile range however I think 90 is more realistic expectation. This price is for flame red other colours will cost more. I ordered 1 for my wife last
week and have a delivery date to the garage of the 28th of Feb.

From memory the excess mileage is 8p per mile.

Hopefully this might benefit someone else.

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Did you get a quote for the 30kw battery? How did that compare?

Just to be sure, does the quoted price include battery rental or is that separate?

125 mile range, I wish car manufacturers would invest their research into improving this. That is so poor! I'm sure many more people would go for these vehicles over conventional ones if the range was significantly improved from where it is today.

Original Poster

techsearchuk

Did you get a quote for the 30kw battery? How did that compare?


I did not mate as this is sufficient for our needs, I originally found the deal via contract hire and leasing website but I am not able to post the URL to the deal on here as the site is banned. But you could always take a look on there to see if you can find a deal for the 30.

I have one its more like 80 miles driving at 60mph with my bum twitching when ive done 70 miles!!!! Great car except for the range. My deal is up in april an looks like i will be back to paying for petrol due to the lack of electric cars on the market.

Original Poster

monkeyhanger75

Just to be sure, does the quoted price include battery rental or is that … Just to be sure, does the quoted price include battery rental or is that separate?


It's not a FLEX contract so battery is included.

Would love something like this but not a fan of leasing yet

pbilkhu

125 mile range, I wish car manufacturers would invest their research into … 125 mile range, I wish car manufacturers would invest their research into improving this. That is so poor! I'm sure many more people would go for these vehicles over conventional ones if the range was significantly improved from where it is today.



​They can but it'll never pass crash tests.

pbilkhu

125 mile range, I wish car manufacturers would invest their research into … 125 mile range, I wish car manufacturers would invest their research into improving this. That is so poor! I'm sure many more people would go for these vehicles over conventional ones if the range was significantly improved from where it is today.



Battery technology not the car manufacturers. Batteries haven't developed massively in the last 30 years...

oqey

​They can but it'll never pass crash tests.



​Tesla?

Shame GM is not releasing the Bolt/ Ampera-E here this year. A RHD version would really shake up the market with is 238 mile range. Some reviews saying they are managing to get that and more. US & EU only .

oqey

​They can but it'll never pass crash tests.



​​​Ummmmm you obviously have no idea what you are talking about, electric cars with a much greater range already exist today, for example the Renault Zoe

And secondly, not sure why you think improving the battery would lead to a car failing crash tests...

I was spending £120 a month on fuel in a old and reliable volvo 18 months ago. Adding all the bills up (tax mot service breakdown cover wear and tear) i came out with a figure of £207 pm. I got a tekna leaf deal for £220pm. And that includes charging it. Do the maths people

cheeky_chops

I was spending £120 a month on fuel in a old and reliable volvo 18 months … I was spending £120 a month on fuel in a old and reliable volvo 18 months ago. Adding all the bills up (tax mot service breakdown cover wear and tear) i came out with a figure of £207 pm. I got a tekna leaf deal for £220pm. And that includes charging it. Do the maths people



Yep , definitely keep your Volvo based on the maths. No range anxiety with that either , oh and remembering to charge it as if you forget you can always ring into work and explain , I'm sure they would understand ,lol.

Having had a Leaf for 5 days I handed it back , couldn't cope with the range anxiety. Ecotricity stations visited near where we live showed 4 charging stations , I went there just for a 10 min top up to get us home in good shape and all 4 were out of order , imagine the sick feeling ! Needless to say this put us off completely.
Edited by: "rooney10" 5th Feb

teerex

Would love something like this but not a fan of leasing yet



​Leasing Leafs is cheaper than buying. if it's a PCP you are also given the option to buy the car at the end.

Terrible dealership - do not use.

Original Poster

Darthballs

this is a better offer for a 30kwtop of the range tekna model … this is a better offer for a 30kwtop of the range tekna model toohttp://www.chorleynissan.co.uk/New-Cars/New-Nissan-Leaf.asp



think that's at least £5300 for 5k per year. So it's a bit different.

p_ist_a

​Tesla?



New Zoe...?

smegal

​Leasing Leafs is cheaper than buying. if it's a PCP you are also given t … ​Leasing Leafs is cheaper than buying. if it's a PCP you are also given the option to buy the car at the end.



I think the best think to do is buy them used. The fuel cost savings on ours compared to the diesel it replaced is paying for the depreciation - by the time we get rid of it we'll have had almost free motoring****.


* man maths may apply

https://www.ecocars4sale.com/electric-car-fuel-cost-comparison-calculator

check this website out to do a basic fuel cost calculation on Electric cars vs regular cars.

Darthballs

this is a better offer for a 30kwtop of the range tekna model … this is a better offer for a 30kwtop of the range tekna model toohttp://www.chorleynissan.co.uk/New-Cars/New-Nissan-Leaf.asp


but that only includes 6000 miles p.a., which is 16 miles per day if you use a vehicle every day of the year. Even if you use the car only for weekday commuting to work it would be only 25 miles per day (232 working days in the year assuming 4 weeks holiday + 8 bank holidays when you're not using the car at all). I know you can pay for excess mileage, but that then knocks this being a better deal.

I'd hate to have a car standing on the drive I daren't use in case I exceeded the mileage restrictions.

what does it cost to get a domestic charge point fitted and is GAP insurance a worthwhile consideration? Never had an electric vehicle before or leased!

NBargiebargie

what does it cost to get a domestic charge point fitted and is GAP … what does it cost to get a domestic charge point fitted and is GAP insurance a worthwhile consideration? Never had an electric vehicle before or leased!



Not sure whether it is still the case, but we had ours installed for free when we leased a Renault Zoe 20 months ago. Worth checking with the dealer.

So basically you'll spend over 4k on a car in 2 years that won't belong to you anymore after the 2 years are up, no thanks!

Some can be charged using a regular 3 pin plug socket but not sure about this one. Think there are some grants available too.

NBargiebargie

what does it cost to get a domestic charge point fitted and is GAP … what does it cost to get a domestic charge point fitted and is GAP insurance a worthwhile consideration? Never had an electric vehicle before or leased!


omarmahmood

So basically you'll spend over 4k on a car in 2 years that won't belong … So basically you'll spend over 4k on a car in 2 years that won't belong to you anymore after the 2 years are up, no thanks!



No thanks? No one asked you.

clumsymum

but that only includes 6000 miles p.a., which is 16 miles per day if you … but that only includes 6000 miles p.a., which is 16 miles per day if you use a vehicle every day of the year. Even if you use the car only for weekday commuting to work it would be only 25 miles per day (232 working days in the year assuming 4 weeks holiday + 8 bank holidays when you're not using the car at all). I know you can pay for excess mileage, but that then knocks this being a better deal.I'd hate to have a car standing on the drive I daren't use in case I exceeded the mileage restrictions.



It's worth see what the excess is - it's often cheaper than a contract on higher mileage.

daudiamd

No thanks? No one asked you.



​It's a deal site I'm entitled to my opinion no wonder it's only 115° in almost 22 hours.

kristoff1875

Batteries haven't developed massively in the last 30 years...



Err, wut? Lithium batteries were commercially introduced about 25 years ago and now allow people to have laptops that last hours, smart phones which are a computer in your pocket and form the basis of why you can have a practical electric car. Since their introduction the energy density has more than doubled too!

not a bad deal...

omarmahmood

​It's a deal site I'm entitled to my opinion no wonder it's only 115° in a … ​It's a deal site I'm entitled to my opinion no wonder it's only 115° in almost 22 hours.



Mainly because it's electric. Check other lease deals for evidence.

palli

Some can be charged using a regular 3 pin plug socket but not sure about … Some can be charged using a regular 3 pin plug socket but not sure about this one. Think there are some grants available too.


I think all electric cars can be charged with a normal 13a plug, the issue is that that can only deliver about 3kw max, so takes much longer to charge, and if you use cheap rate electricity you only get 7 hours, and it can take 10-12 hours to charge up. The special installed charge points deliver 6.6wh I believe, and have to be installed on their own circuit off the main board, like you'd do with an electric heated shower.

kristoff1875

Battery technology not the car manufacturers. Batteries haven't developed … Battery technology not the car manufacturers. Batteries haven't developed massively in the last 30 years...



That's not true. Prices have come way down, densities are rising. The Zoe ZE40 has a battery close to double the capacity of the original Zoe, with no notable increase in physical size.

And there's plenty of things that manufacturers can do; the Hyundai Ioniq Electric is a great example of what's possible. 20-25% more efficient than existing EVs, resulting in a range that isn't far off the Zoe ZE40 despite only having a 28kWh battery.

I expect battery capacities will plateau early next decade, with the focus shifting to efficiency and charging speed. It makes zero sense to use ever-increasing battery capacities that will take an age to charge on current infrastructure (or will need crazy amounts of power to recharge at a decent speed).

The industry isn't waiting for some magic new battery technology. It has managed to progress without it.

Edited by: "satchef1" 5th Feb

omarmahmood

​It's a deal site I'm entitled to my opinion no wonder it's only 115° in a … ​It's a deal site I'm entitled to my opinion no wonder it's only 115° in almost 22 hours.


Of course you are entitled to your opinion, just keep it to yourself. Coming to a car leasing thread telling us you don't understand car leasing and why it is in keeping with the hukd ethos of saving money is not useful.
Whether this was useful I can't say.

damadgeruk

Of course you are entitled to your opinion, just keep it to yourself. … Of course you are entitled to your opinion, just keep it to yourself. Coming to a car leasing thread telling us you don't understand car leasing and why it is in keeping with the hukd ethos of saving money is not useful. Whether this was useful I can't say.



​No I will spread my opinion on this site try stopping me

HUX1

I have one its more like 80 miles driving at 60mph with my bum twitching … I have one its more like 80 miles driving at 60mph with my bum twitching when ive done 70 miles!!!! Great car except for the range. My deal is up in april an looks like i will be back to paying for petrol due to the lack of electric cars on the market.



New Renault Zoe does 150-200+ miles of real world driving.

If anyone is interested there are good PCP deals at the moment for 30kw Tekna (top of the range) £500 down and £199 a month (6k miles)

Free home charger installation too.

I just got one it arrives 1st March.

SFconvert

I think all electric cars can be charged with a normal 13a plug, the … I think all electric cars can be charged with a normal 13a plug, the issue is that that can only deliver about 3kw max, so takes much longer to charge, and if you use cheap rate electricity you only get 7 hours, and it can take 10-12 hours to charge up. The special installed charge points deliver 6.6wh I believe, and have to be installed on their own circuit off the main board, like you'd do with an electric heated shower.



That's not true, you get a dedicated 3.3kw charger as standard. The 6.6kw charger is available as an upgrade to both the car and the charger (around £1,500)

The 3.3kw I installed charger takes about 8hrs from zero on a 30kw car, a bit faster than the 10a 3pin plug which takes 12hrs+
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