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Nissan Leaf N-Connecta in White PCH Lease 10k/year £258.53 x 1 + 23 plus £250 fee £6454.72 @ WIllow Leasing
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Nissan Leaf N-Connecta in White PCH Lease 10k/year £258.53 x 1 + 23 plus £250 fee £6454.72 @ WIllow Leasing

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Posted 23rd Jan

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Cars need to be registered by end of January and delivered within 90 Days.
Includes White Arctic paint which is normally a paid option

N-Connecta on a 1+23
6kpa = £232.72 + £250 fee = £5835.28
8k pa = £245.63 + £250 fee = £6145.12
10k pa = £258.53 + £250 fee = £6454.72

Tekna on a 1+23
8k pa = £289.66 +£250 fee = £7201.84
10k pa = £303.39 + £250 fee = £7531.36


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I've run the numbers for another post so copying here for info.

In terms of cost to run (as compared with petrol/diesel which cost around 13.5p per mile according to gov.uk figures):

40 kWh battery and 168 mile range means it should do 4.2 miles per kWh.

Charging off-peak with an Octopus Go tariff of 5p per kWh should cost of approximately 1.2p (£0.01) per mile. This means you should save approximately £1200 per 10,000 miles, compared to the average petrol/diesel.

Alternatively, charging with a standard tariff of 13p per kWh should cost approximate 3.1p (£0.03) per mile. This means you should save approximately £1000 per 10,000 miles, compared to the average petrol/diesel.
loofer23/01/2020 22:45

Dunno, it’s very hot and miss as to which merchants are allowed. Even p …Dunno, it’s very hot and miss as to which merchants are allowed. Even posting a deal from Asda is banned now!So I don’t put much effort into posting deals now. Just very basic info.There’s times when I’ve spent some time putting in info in the main deal comment section but then it gets pulled.


Wouldn't surprise me if the website refuses to pay HUKD for a redirect they just ban the merchant. Site was much better when it was just people posting deals rather than a company.
thermomonkey23/01/2020 22:34

Why do mods pull the deals? I have noticed them getting a little …Why do mods pull the deals? I have noticed them getting a little excitable recently but over other things.


Dunno, it’s very hot and miss as to which merchants are allowed. Even posting a deal from Asda is banned now!

So I don’t put much effort into posting deals now. Just very basic info.

There’s times when I’ve spent some time putting in info in the main deal comment section but then it gets pulled.
SirSpanky23/01/2020 22:49

Wouldn't surprise me if the website refuses to pay HUKD for a redirect …Wouldn't surprise me if the website refuses to pay HUKD for a redirect they just ban the merchant. Site was much better when it was just people posting deals rather than a company.


Agree .Seems half of Hukd posters are on referral deals .Must be worth their time as cant have a job and post deals every hour of the day unless you work for the local council .(wife)!!
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What’s the excess mileage charge on this lease?
Normally 8p but you’d have to check with them directly
Is the initial rental on top? Just clicked through and 6 months initial rental £1500. Monthly pmt £250. Mileage 10k. Admin £250. Total £7750.
Edited by: "diamond321" 23rd Jan
Arctic white solid seems to add £208.33 + VAT?
Why do mods pull the deals? I have noticed them getting a little excitable recently but over other things.
deleted4728723/01/2020 22:25

What’s the excess mileage charge on this lease?


It’s 10pence. So cheaper to overestimate than to underestimate and pay excess
diamond32123/01/2020 22:29

Is the initial rental on top? Just clicked through and 6 months initial …Is the initial rental on top? Just clicked through and 6 months initial rental £1500. Monthly pmt £250. Mileage 10k. Admin £250. Total £7750.


Not sure why you’re seeing that. Is it definitely over 24 months?
mobiletech23/01/2020 22:30

Arctic white solid seems to add £208.33 + VAT?


Speak to a Jason Housby at Willow. It’s definitely included.
I've run the numbers for another post so copying here for info.

In terms of cost to run (as compared with petrol/diesel which cost around 13.5p per mile according to gov.uk figures):

40 kWh battery and 168 mile range means it should do 4.2 miles per kWh.

Charging off-peak with an Octopus Go tariff of 5p per kWh should cost of approximately 1.2p (£0.01) per mile. This means you should save approximately £1200 per 10,000 miles, compared to the average petrol/diesel.

Alternatively, charging with a standard tariff of 13p per kWh should cost approximate 3.1p (£0.03) per mile. This means you should save approximately £1000 per 10,000 miles, compared to the average petrol/diesel.
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mobiletech23/01/2020 22:30

Arctic white solid seems to add £208.33 + VAT?


Flame red seems to be the no cost paint option
thermomonkey23/01/2020 22:34

Why do mods pull the deals? I have noticed them getting a little …Why do mods pull the deals? I have noticed them getting a little excitable recently but over other things.


Dunno, it’s very hot and miss as to which merchants are allowed. Even posting a deal from Asda is banned now!

So I don’t put much effort into posting deals now. Just very basic info.

There’s times when I’ve spent some time putting in info in the main deal comment section but then it gets pulled.
thermomonkey23/01/2020 22:34

Why do mods pull the deals? I have noticed them getting a little …Why do mods pull the deals? I have noticed them getting a little excitable recently but over other things.


Not sure. I’ve noticed lease deals from certain brokers always get removed after a few minutes. They probably know it’s going to get hot but they don’t get any referral fees from it, so they delete it so something else can take it’s place
Do they pay me 258.53 to drive this thing?
loofer23/01/2020 22:45

Dunno, it’s very hot and miss as to which merchants are allowed. Even p …Dunno, it’s very hot and miss as to which merchants are allowed. Even posting a deal from Asda is banned now!So I don’t put much effort into posting deals now. Just very basic info.There’s times when I’ve spent some time putting in info in the main deal comment section but then it gets pulled.


Wouldn't surprise me if the website refuses to pay HUKD for a redirect they just ban the merchant. Site was much better when it was just people posting deals rather than a company.
sysenblaze23/01/2020 22:45

Not sure. I’ve noticed lease deals from certain brokers always get removed …Not sure. I’ve noticed lease deals from certain brokers always get removed after a few minutes. They probably know it’s going to get hot but they don’t get any referral fees from it, so they delete it so something else can take it’s place


That's very sad if true.
SirSpanky23/01/2020 22:49

Wouldn't surprise me if the website refuses to pay HUKD for a redirect …Wouldn't surprise me if the website refuses to pay HUKD for a redirect they just ban the merchant. Site was much better when it was just people posting deals rather than a company.


Agree .Seems half of Hukd posters are on referral deals .Must be worth their time as cant have a job and post deals every hour of the day unless you work for the local council .(wife)!!
Uns23/01/2020 22:43

I've run the numbers for another post so copying here for info. In terms …I've run the numbers for another post so copying here for info. In terms of cost to run (as compared with petrol/diesel which cost around 13.5p per mile according to gov.uk figures):40 kWh battery and 168 mile range means it should do 4.2 miles per kWh.Charging off-peak with an Octopus Go tariff of 5p per kWh should cost of approximately 1.2p (£0.01) per mile. This means you should save approximately £1200 per 10,000 miles, compared to the average petrol/diesel. Alternatively, charging with a standard tariff of 13p per kWh should cost approximate 3.1p (£0.03) per mile. This means you should save approximately £1000 per 10,000 miles, compared to the average petrol/diesel.


Not quite as straight forward as that, as you lose x% when charging through losses. E.g. 10kWh in from electricity meter might be 9kWh in battery.

However, still big savings to be had. Had my 24kWh Leaf for over 3 years now and costs nothing to run, plus saves the fluffy seals!
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Amazon don’t pay referral fees, site gets nothing from them, same with in store deals. They tend to ban for self promotion but normally they overcome the issue and we suddenly see a load of deals posted. normally by the sites big hitters who people would vote their deal hot if it was a penny saving.

Amazon were once banned for self promotion, car parts 4 less and Homebase more recently. Biggest issue now is partner deals, ones that get sent to the site which in any other form would be advertising. These aren’t posted by experts but editors and other staff, many think editors are people who volunteer to edit posts like on other forums but they are all fully paid up employees.

just seen John Lewis are now suspen

Anyway back to the deal
SirSpanky23/01/2020 22:49

Wouldn't surprise me if the website refuses to pay HUKD for a redirect …Wouldn't surprise me if the website refuses to pay HUKD for a redirect they just ban the merchant. Site was much better when it was just people posting deals rather than a company.

Edited by: "eslick" 23rd Jan
Does it come with a charging point installed? That can't be cheap?
deleted24979823/01/2020 23:13

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Not according to what has been said on here and elsewhere, same reason most of the time you can’t get them on cash back sites.
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eslick23/01/2020 23:14

Not according to what has been said on here and elsewhere, same reason …Not according to what has been said on here and elsewhere, same reason most of the time you can’t get them on cash back sites.


I'm not sure if you're winding me up, but they openly promote it. up to 12% commission depending on what product is bought.

affiliate-program.amazon.co.uk/wel…ted

They don't allow it on cashback sites.
Edited by: "deleted249798" 23rd Jan
Decent deal, but I wonder what insurance costs would be for a 21 year old with 1 year NCB.

Selling my diesel because of ULEZ and interested in this car.
extraj23/01/2020 23:12

Does it come with a charging point installed? That can't be cheap?


There's a government grant available for £500 per charger. That brings the cost down to around £350 to get a 7kW charger installed by a company such as Pod Point.
eslick23/01/2020 23:12

Amazon don’t pay referral fees, site gets nothing from them, same with in s …Amazon don’t pay referral fees, site gets nothing from them, same with in store deals. They tend to ban for self promotion but normally they overcome the issue and we suddenly see a load of deals posted. normally by the sites big hitters who people would vote their deal hot if it was a penny saving.Amazon were once banned for self promotion, car parts 4 less and Homebase more recently. Biggest issue now is partner deals, ones that get sent to the site which in any other form would be advertising. These aren’t posted by experts but editors and other staff, many think editors are people who volunteer to edit posts like on other forums but they are all fully paid up employees.just seen John Lewis are now suspenAnyway back to the deal


Wow.
This site has gone backwards from what it was.

I fully expect it to be run commercially and they need to monetise it to keep it running and improving but it shouldn’t be at the expense of pulling genuine deals and putting forward paid-for ones, passed as otherwise.

As a minimum, for transparency they should make it easily identifiable where a deal is being posted as part of a deal they’ve made.
loofer23/01/2020 23:29

Wow.This site has gone backwards from what it was.I fully expect it to be …Wow.This site has gone backwards from what it was.I fully expect it to be run commercially and they need to monetise it to keep it running and improving but it shouldn’t be at the expense of pulling genuine deals and putting forward paid-for ones, passed as otherwise.As a minimum, for transparency they should make it easily identifiable where a deal is being posted as part of a deal they’ve made.


Have a look at the latest thread

hotukdeals.com/dis…168
deleted24979823/01/2020 23:17

I'm not sure if you're winding me up, but they openly promote it. up to …I'm not sure if you're winding me up, but they openly promote it. up to 12% commission depending on what product is bought.https://affiliate-program.amazon.co.uk/welcome/getstartedThey don't allow it on cashback sites.


I've been getting 2% cashback on Amazon purchases for years with a cashback site that HUKD won't let me post.

This is a great deal for a very capable EV. The 1 month down is very attractive as until recently to get a Leaf you needed to put down 6 months.

As I have posted previously these are so cheap to run especially if , like me, you use the Octopus Go tariff of 5p per kw for 4 hrs at night. Using a home charger you could put approx 28kws into the car in those 4 hours giving you approx 110 miles of travel for £1.40

And if you switch to Octopus and ask for a referral code form an existing customer you get a £50 credit. Thats enough to pay for nearly 4000 miles of motoring.

£258 per month for the car plus about £10 for electricity for the 800 mlles per month gives you a total cost of just £268 per month for 10,000 miles per year for the lease and fuel cost. Brilliiant and you're not belching noxious fumes into the atmosphere!

This is a super deal
SirSpanky23/01/2020 22:49

Wouldn't surprise me if the website refuses to pay HUKD for a redirect …Wouldn't surprise me if the website refuses to pay HUKD for a redirect they just ban the merchant. Site was much better when it was just people posting deals rather than a company.


Just the same way that some deals seem to get warm, real quick.

It's interesting that the site's entire value was originally built up from free, crowd sourced information. A lot has now changed....
I went to look at the Leaf yesterday and it doesn’t have an adjustable reach steering wheel - worth checking out as it may be an issue for some - it is for me, I couldn’t get comfy.
oddballjamie24/01/2020 00:21

I've been getting 2% cashback on Amazon purchases for years with a …I've been getting 2% cashback on Amazon purchases for years with a cashback site that HUKD won't let me post.



what does it rhyme with?
qprfanbideford24/01/2020 05:22

Brilliiant and you're not belching noxious fumes into the atmosphere!This …Brilliiant and you're not belching noxious fumes into the atmosphere!This is a super deal


Not at the point of use, but depending on what is generating the electricity you may still be causing pollution..

Plus there is also the question of what to do with the batteries at the end of their working life, the Lithium and heavy metals used in the manufacturing need to be recycled. There are not many compnaies doing it at the moment, but thats bound to be a growth industry as EV's get more popular.
deleted24979823/01/2020 23:17

I'm not sure if you're winding me up, but they openly promote it. up to …I'm not sure if you're winding me up, but they openly promote it. up to 12% commission depending on what product is bought.https://affiliate-program.amazon.co.uk/welcome/getstartedThey don't allow it on cashback sites.


They do on kidstart
Uns23/01/2020 22:43

I've run the numbers for another post so copying here for info. In terms …I've run the numbers for another post so copying here for info. In terms of cost to run (as compared with petrol/diesel which cost around 13.5p per mile according to gov.uk figures):40 kWh battery and 168 mile range means it should do 4.2 miles per kWh.Charging off-peak with an Octopus Go tariff of 5p per kWh should cost of approximately 1.2p (£0.01) per mile. This means you should save approximately £1200 per 10,000 miles, compared to the average petrol/diesel. Alternatively, charging with a standard tariff of 13p per kWh should cost approximate 3.1p (£0.03) per mile. This means you should save approximately £1000 per 10,000 miles, compared to the average petrol/diesel.


Plus the cost to get home charger installed?
Thanks ordered two
DaveJohnson1234524/01/2020 11:35

Plus the cost to get home charger installed?


There's a government grant available for £500 per charger. That brings the cost down to around £350 to get a 7kW charger installed by a company such as Pod Point.

Alternatively you can just charge it through a standard three pin plug. Will take a long time (around 10 hours for a 50% charge), but if you plug it when you get home after work, it will be charged by the time you leave in the morning.
Uns24/01/2020 12:04

There's a government grant available for £500 per charger. That brings the …There's a government grant available for £500 per charger. That brings the cost down to around £350 to get a 7kW charger installed by a company such as Pod Point.Alternatively you can just charge it through a standard three pin plug. Will take a long time (around 10 hours for a 50% charge), but if you plug it when you get home after work, it will be charged by the time you leave in the morning.


Should only really charge on the 3 pin in emergency. You should add the £350 into your math.
I'm lucky if I get 100 miles on my 40kw, never ever got near 168 miles.
DaveJohnson1234524/01/2020 12:12

Should only really charge on the 3 pin in emergency. You should add the …Should only really charge on the 3 pin in emergency. You should add the £350 into your math.


Why should you only charge on the 3 pin in an emergency?
So called 'granny leads' (3-pin domestic socket 10/13A jobbies) are much less efficient for charging the battery, ie. it costs more to charge the car. Allegedly also not great for the battery. All the manufacturers say the same thing, 'occasional' or 'emergency' use only.
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