Nissan Leaf Hatchback Acenta 5dr Auto PCH 6 + 23 * £166.16/pm 8k miles/pa £4818.64 @ Whatcar
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Nissan Leaf Hatchback Acenta 5dr Auto PCH 6 + 23 * £166.16/pm 8k miles/pa £4818.64 @ Whatcar

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Found 10th Aug 2017Edited by:"loofer"
This is a lease/PCH deal for an electric car, so it's a niche of a niche in terms of who it will appeal to.

The Acenta one step above the very basic model of the Leaf (Visia) so make sure you're happy to live with it for 2 years.

Standard 24Kw battery with standard charger (3.3kwh I think)


So there you have it, your reasons to vote cold (in addition to you don't own it yada yada yada).
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shane20102 h, 19 m ago

no one needs an electric if i was you i would rub two brain cells together …no one needs an electric if i was you i would rub two brain cells together and think about it im debt free i pay cash for everthing having nearly £5k for a car in cash sounds better than not even owning the car and having to hand it back after 29months. I dont expect you to get it but you cant educate stupid people have a nice day


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This seems a pretty standard price now the higher kw batteries are available.
The deal I've linked to is via What Car for a 6 +23 payment profile, doing 8k/miles a year. The deal is offered by Lookers Nissan

There is a cheaper alternative but unfortunately it appears I can't link a deal to it (banned?)

Alternative (cheaper) deal, on same contract terms is via Sandicliffe, here.
They charge a fee but payments are less and totals £4762 so about £55 less overall. Maybe get a dealer to match payments and wave fee making it even better?
almo4 m ago

This seems a pretty standard price now the higher kw batteries are …This seems a pretty standard price now the higher kw batteries are available.


Really, that's good if that is the case. Financially puts it in the reach of many people. Warranty on battery is 60k miles too
I've driven a Leaf and a Soul EV on long journeys and I was very impressed. I think if you regularly do less than 100 miles/day (each way if you have access to charging at destination) then an EV is a must. Must be a large proportion of drivers that do less than 100 miles/day
Good deal, but hybrids are the way to go just now.
Hopefully the price on those will drop.
Edited by: "y-oh-y" 10th Aug 2017
A growing niche of a niche!
loofer5 h, 17 m ago

Really, that's good if that is the case. Financially puts it in the reach …Really, that's good if that is the case. Financially puts it in the reach of many people. Warranty on battery is 60k miles too I've driven a Leaf and a Soul EV on long journeys and I was very impressed. I think if you regularly do less than 100 miles/day (each way if you have access to charging at destination) then an EV is a must. Must be a large proportion of drivers that do less than 100 miles/day


The new 30Kw battery should do about 120 miles on a charge. I've see. Deals on top of the range Tekna with Bose sound system, leather etc... for £210 deposit and £210 a month.





I think some point over the next month a deal will pop up for £200.
Edited by: "almo" 10th Aug 2017
There's a new leaf being released next month with a 40kwh battery, so keep that in mind if you want a new car.

I bought my leaf on PCP in April. It was 18 months old and costs me the same a month so this is a fair deal, but prices will fall more soon
_RobP6 m ago

There's a new leaf being released next month with a 40kwh battery, so keep …There's a new leaf being released next month with a 40kwh battery, so keep that in mind if you want a new car.I bought my leaf on PCP in April. It was 18 months old and costs me the same a month so this is a fair deal, but prices will fall more soon


PCP on a 'used' vehicle?
loofer42 m ago

PCP on a 'used' vehicle?


You can do it. You pay higher interest rates though.
loofer46 m ago

PCP on a 'used' vehicle?

Yep, they threw in a home charger, GAP and the cleaning stuff. I mostly did it for the home charger
Decent - but I pay less for a B250e Mercedes with a slightly longer range (albeit no rapid charge) and it's really great quality and fast as hell!
joeymcjoe15 m ago

Decent - but I pay less for a B250e Mercedes with a slightly longer range …Decent - but I pay less for a B250e Mercedes with a slightly longer range (albeit no rapid charge) and it's really great quality and fast as hell!


Nice car indeed but the lack of fast charging just kills it for most people looking in this segment. I'd be on the lookout for a new version ~2019 when the real competition is probably going to start (Tesla in proper production, Volvo new cars released , possible facelift (again) of the Golf ... loads of rumours and speculation, but exciting times.

I considered BEV, but went PHEV in the end (12 months ago now), thinking when my lease is up I will go BEV - Tesla3 the most likely candidate (75kWh version assuming it's available in the UK by then).
almo1 h, 47 m ago

The new 40kw battery should do about 120 miles on a charge. I've see. …The new 40kw battery should do about 120 miles on a charge. I've see. Deals on top of the range Tekna with Bose sound system, leather etc... for £210 deposit and £210 a month. I think some point over the next month a deal will pop up for £200.


do you have a link, or the name of the dealer?
hsag1d17 m ago

do you have a link, or the name of the dealer?

This was a deal that Arbury Nissan were doing in July. A salesman in Bromsgrove has been keeping me updated with all their offers as my Zoe is due to go back next month and I refuse to pay the silly prices they want for a new one. This offer isn't currently available, however depending on how each groups quarterly figures are doing, depends on what deals they will put out. I was holding out for a £200 a month offer.
£166 a month = to more debt for idiots
I got the 30Kw Tekna from the deals posted in Feb. Try and find one with 30kw/h battery even if it is a bit more money.
ih8modem2 h, 9 m ago

Nice car indeed but the lack of fast charging just kills it for most …Nice car indeed but the lack of fast charging just kills it for most people looking in this segment. I'd be on the lookout for a new version ~2019 when the real competition is probably going to start (Tesla in proper production, Volvo new cars released , possible facelift (again) of the Golf ... loads of rumours and speculation, but exciting times.I considered BEV, but went PHEV in the end (12 months ago now), thinking when my lease is up I will go BEV - Tesla3 the most likely candidate (75kWh version assuming it's available in the UK by then).



It's a perfect second car, which actually is now our main car... only need the other one (older diesel) for really long journeys. Need a hatch for my dog or else I'd be on the Tesla M3 - in fact I cancelled my reservation when there was no hatch option.
shane201040 m ago

£166 a month = to more debt for idiots

You can easily save £100+ a month on fuel and once you add in depreciation of your current car, you're not spending any more.
joeymcjoe2 h, 35 m ago

Decent - but I pay less for a B250e Mercedes with a slightly longer range …Decent - but I pay less for a B250e Mercedes with a slightly longer range (albeit no rapid charge) and it's really great quality and fast as hell!

Hmm. Didn't even know about that one, can I ask what you pay and where from pls?
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Not a good deal. I got a 30kw Tekna on a 10,000 mile/year 2 year PCP for £200/month with £500 down. Free charger installation too.
Have a look on speakev forum there are usually deals on there.

Great car BTW
Edited by: "deleted1032520" 10th Aug 2017
OrribleHarry10th Aug 2017

Not a good deal. I got a 30kw Tekna on a 10,000 mile/year 2 year PCP for …Not a good deal. I got a 30kw Tekna on a 10,000 mile/year 2 year PCP for £200/month with £500 down. Free charger installation too. Have a look on speakev forum there are usually deals on there.Great car BTW



Those deals are gone though. It's more like £250/month for the 30kWh model now.

By contrast, this isn't a bad deal at all.
mattr1 h, 30 m ago

I got the 30Kw Tekna from the deals posted in Feb. Try and find one with …I got the 30Kw Tekna from the deals posted in Feb. Try and find one with 30kw/h battery even if it is a bit more money.


How has it fared? Happy with it?
hsag1d3 h, 24 m ago

do you have a link, or the name of the dealer?


The new model which is going to be announced next month is rumoured to have a 40KW battery and Range around 160 miles - ish.
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Edited by: "insideman" 10th Aug 2017
£125.84 FOR 2 YEARS ON A 30KW LEAF ACENTA, NO DEPOSIT. Canterbury Nissan and now 15 months in and no regrets. Range is 80 miles at best don't believe the bullshine!
insideman1 h, 0 m ago

How has it fared? Happy with it?



Yes, excellent. Almost bought one (or a Zoe) 3 years ago, but they weren't quite there yet. Bought as a 3rd car, but gets used most of the time now as its too easy. Even better got free electric at work and on Sundays at home at the moment, so the first 2300~ miles have only cost me £20 in "fuel".
muffboy22 m ago

£125.84 FOR 2 YEARS ON A 30KW LEAF ACENTA, NO DEPOSIT. Canterbury Nissan …£125.84 FOR 2 YEARS ON A 30KW LEAF ACENTA, NO DEPOSIT. Canterbury Nissan and now 15 months in and no regrets. Range is 80 miles at best don't believe the bullshine!



How are you only getting 80 miles on a 30kw?? I'm getting ~130 in this weather.
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satchef11 h, 27 m ago

Those deals are gone though. It's more like £250/month for the 30kWh model …Those deals are gone though. It's more like £250/month for the 30kWh model now.By contrast, this isn't a bad deal at all.


I got a flyer through about Electric September claiming cheapest ever deals. Remember new one is announced September so expect some bargains.
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mattr4 m ago

How are you only getting 80 miles on a 30kw?? I'm getting ~130 in this …How are you only getting 80 miles on a 30kw?? I'm getting ~130 in this weather.


Me too, easily today it's at 100miles with 20% remaining
muffboy26 m ago

£125.84 FOR 2 YEARS ON A 30KW LEAF ACENTA, NO DEPOSIT. Canterbury Nissan …£125.84 FOR 2 YEARS ON A 30KW LEAF ACENTA, NO DEPOSIT. Canterbury Nissan and now 15 months in and no regrets. Range is 80 miles at best don't believe the bullshine!

Even with a 75 mile range that's about 5p a mile.
mattr11 m ago

Yes, excellent. Almost bought one (or a Zoe) 3 years ago, but they …Yes, excellent. Almost bought one (or a Zoe) 3 years ago, but they weren't quite there yet. Bought as a 3rd car, but gets used most of the time now as its too easy. Even better got free electric at work and on Sundays at home at the moment, so the first 2300~ miles have only cost me £20 in "fuel".

Free Electric on a Sunday? Do tell(shock)
loofer3 m ago

Free Electric on a Sunday? Do tell(shock)



By chance, I was on the MSE BG collective deal which ran out in Feb, British Gas had a tariff with the free electric on sat or sun (9-5) which I signed up for before the car. Milking it at the moment as it only lasts until next April and I think they've pulled the tariff. Saying that even if I would have had to pay for all the electric I think ~2300 miles would have been less than £65.
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muffboy36 m ago

£125.84 FOR 2 YEARS ON A 30KW LEAF ACENTA, NO DEPOSIT. Canterbury Nissan …£125.84 FOR 2 YEARS ON A 30KW LEAF ACENTA, NO DEPOSIT. Canterbury Nissan and now 15 months in and no regrets. Range is 80 miles at best don't believe the bullshine!



You either drive like a lunatic or there is a fault. That kinda range was possible with a 24kw.
loofer13 m ago

Free Electric on a Sunday? Do tell(shock)


British Gas did an offer where you could have free Electricity on either a Sat Oct Sun. Not sure if they are still taking on new people.
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GAVINLEWISHUKD11 m ago

British Gas did an offer where you could have free Electricity on either a …British Gas did an offer where you could have free Electricity on either a Sat Oct Sun. Not sure if they are still taking on new people.




I priced it up it was actually cheaper to get an economy 7 tariff. I pay 7.9p a kwh for 7 hours midnight to 7am every night. I set car to start at midnight.
British gas offer for having a smart meter isnt it?
OrribleHarry10th Aug 2017

I priced it up it was actually cheaper to get an economy 7 tariff. I pay …I priced it up it was actually cheaper to get an economy 7 tariff. I pay 7.9p a kwh for 7 hours midnight to 7am every night. I set car to start at midnight.


Yes it is for most people who are out all day and charge in the evening or night.
I'd love to get an electric car (at the moment I have a Lexus CT hybrid - which is great), but living in an apartment block with underground parking means no access to charging

Looks to be a good deal and I'd be very tempted if I could!
zouche4 m ago

I'd love to get an electric car (at the moment I have a Lexus CT hybrid - …I'd love to get an electric car (at the moment I have a Lexus CT hybrid - which is great), but living in an apartment block with underground parking means no access to charging Looks to be a good deal and I'd be very tempted if I could!



You could always use the rapid chargers, although it would be hard work..
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mattr3 m ago

You could always use the rapid chargers, although it would be hard work..




And around 3 times the price of home charger
Have had a 30 kw tekna for 5 months now. I'm on a £220 a month deal. With a saving of over £100 a month on fuel and solar PV fit payments the car costs me nothing. Looking FWD to the new model in 2019
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