Nissan Leaf PCP, £159 per month. £3816 @ Nissan
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Nissan Leaf PCP, £159 per month. £3816 @ Nissan

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Found 12th Mar 2015
I know its not for everyone but thought i would share.
Nissan Leaf on 2 year PCP, no deposit and £159 p/m 6000 miles p/a. This is for the Accenta, the lowest model but still well specced. I actually went for a top range Tekna for £180 a month.Free charger fitted by British Gas. It is a second car in our house but will cover probably 95% of our journeys. Can charge it for free at my local Nissan dealer.

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Original Poster

Have been a long time lover of electric vehicles, would prefer the Twizy but wife wouldnt drive it.
Ordered Saturday, a friend ordered one Sunday and another is ordering one tomorrow.

Battery lease cost £80.

Per month

Original Poster

No mate. All in no extra cost.

Original Poster

The cost i have given is total.

Original Poster

hotukdeals.com/dea…e=2 this has more detail of the dral i got. All the amounts etc.

Great deal. Which dealer was that from?

Original Poster

Pm sent.

Ian ,Do you mind passing the contacts.Nissan website shows different rate.

Original Poster

Pm sent.

Original Poster

Spoke to them today. Limited stock left. Only colours are red and white.
Just thought on, didnt ask about which models though.

Edited by: "ianbradders" 16th Mar 2015

iskandarwee

Ian ,Do you mind passing the contacts.Nissan website shows different rate.



Ditto..

Original Poster

PM sent.

mrke

Ditto..



was the dealer located in london?

ianbradders

Spoke to them today. Limited stock left. Only colours are red and … Spoke to them today. Limited stock left. Only colours are red and white.Just thought on, didnt ask about which models though.


Where is this? Really want a Tekna. Was there a deposit for that monthly cost?

Original Poster

PM sent.

Original Poster

Not London, Northwest.

Can you please send me dealer details too, I just sign up to a £199 up front then 24 months at £199 for the accenta with 10k miles per annum

Original Poster

Flava Pm sent.

flava876

Can you please send me dealer details too, I just sign up to a £199 up … Can you please send me dealer details too, I just sign up to a £199 up front then 24 months at £199 for the accenta with 10k miles per annum



Nisan in hull are cheaper than this £159 deposit and £183 for 10k miles for the acenta.

What's the dealer? Why can't it be posted, and must be pm'd?

Original Poster

These Leaf deals have all ended now. Nissan wanted a certain number of Leaf sales in their financial year which has now passed.
Probably other deals available but that was the motivation for such big discounts.
Could a mod either mark this as Expired or someone could explain how to do it myself.
Have tried searching for the answer but nowt doin.

ianbradders

These Leaf deals have all ended now. Nissan wanted a certain number of … These Leaf deals have all ended now. Nissan wanted a certain number of Leaf sales in their financial year which has now passed.Probably other deals available but that was the motivation for such big discounts.Could a mod either mark this as Expired or someone could explain how to do it myself. Have tried searching for the answer but nowt doin.



Hey Ian, I think there are still bargains to be had - got the latest from my dealer, it seems the best new leaf deal is coming in at:

flame red tekna
6.6kw
non-flex ie includes battery in price
5,000 miles/year
£1,999 up front
£149 documentation fee
£99/month
24 months

so total cost of £4,524 over 2 years other discounts maybe negotiable on top...

Edited by: "neshah" 11th Apr 2015

Original Poster

neshah, happy to be proven wrong on the deals situation. That certainly is a good deal. Considering the 6.6kw is about £1000 extra (although standard paint is lower cost) seems like a no brainer.
Needs to be seen what develops on the charger front post 12th April with the reduced OLEV grant. Seems like the suppliers are wanting the punters to make up the difference.
Call me cynical but seems like the previous costs were tailored to get the max grant i.e. £900 and now they still want the fat profit. No way should it cost what they are charging.

ianbradders

neshah, happy to be proven wrong on the deals situation. That certainly … neshah, happy to be proven wrong on the deals situation. That certainly is a good deal. Considering the 6.6kw is about £1000 extra (although standard paint is lower cost) seems like a no brainer.Needs to be seen what develops on the charger front post 12th April with the reduced OLEV grant. Seems like the suppliers are wanting the punters to make up the difference.Call me cynical but seems like the previous costs were tailored to get the max grant i.e. £900 and now they still want the fat profit. No way should it cost what they are charging.



yes I agree however when I saw the paperwork for my install the total cost was over £900 and included a 25% contribution from the charger manufacturer taking the total over the £900 grant value. I believe the old scheme should have only contributed 75% of the cost too and as you say the numbers were engineered to max value when compared to actual list prices for the units.

So I believe some installers may take the hit howevr as you say it remains to be seen

Original Poster

Was it £1200 by any chance? £900 OLEV grant i.e 75% and a 25% contribution from the charger manufacturer
Now it is still 75% but to a max of £700. So instead of them creaming in £1200 for fitting a £400 charger (roughly for the Rolec), they would only be able to charge £933.

Dont get me started on this as a couple of mates ordered theirs from Nuworld energy the day after me. Mine was fitted 2 weeks ago. They are both still waiting and have now been told they have missed out on the free installation as they have missed the cut off date of the 12th.
They have been told they will have to contribute roughly £195! Amazingly close to the £200 reduction in the OLEV grant.
The OLEV grant is obviously not a government grant. It is taxpayers money that these companies have been treating like their own personal piggy bank.

neshah

yes I agree however when I saw the paperwork for my install the total … yes I agree however when I saw the paperwork for my install the total cost was over £900 and included a 25% contribution from the charger manufacturer taking the total over the £900 grant value. I believe the old scheme should have only contributed 75% of the cost too and as you say the numbers were engineered to max value when compared to actual list prices for the units.So I believe some installers may take the hit howevr as you say it remains to be seen



Yes, same maths! I was quite shocked and as part of that the subcontracted electrician who came to install also earned ~£60/hour out of it for a 3.5 hour job. Great money for them all. Although in my case am not sure whether he configured the GSM meter box correctly as he didnt even know it needed to be installed and he had done plenty of previous installs! All I know is that my charger is working to charge the car and it appears to be consuming the correct amount of juice. I will have to investigate further as the install company hasn't been replying to my emails since!

Anyone know where I can get a leaf deal from please?

vjncorp

Anyone know where I can get a leaf deal from please?



hey vjn, have just pm'd you. good luck!

He all, does anyone have any further Leaf deals?

Thanks

davidhughes750

He all, does anyone have any further Leaf deals? Thanks



Hey David, I just pm'd you - Good Luck!

Is this deal still active? where can i get it from?

Original Poster

shortguy4u

Is this deal still active? where can i get it from?


You can have mine. (_;)
Dont get me wrong i love the car and the EV experience but with the Zoe deals on at the moment i wish i had waited.
Prefer the styling of the Zoe.
I will say again the Leaf is a very good car and i would recommend to anyone if it suits their needs.
If you have a look on this thread speakev.com/thr…74/ on the EV forum they seem to keep up to date with the best deals.
Also there is a Nissan sales guy who specialises in EV who regularly posts the current great deals up (wish i could remember his name but im sure he has posted in that thread).

Edited by: "ianbradders" 13th May 2015

ianbradders

You can have mine. (_;)Dont get me wrong i love the car and the EV … You can have mine. (_;)Dont get me wrong i love the car and the EV experience but with the Zoe deals on at the moment i wish i had waited.Prefer the styling of the Zoe.I will say again the Leaf is a very good car and i would recommend to anyone if it suits their needs.If you have a look on this thread https://speakev.com/threads/500-down-150-a-month-for-a-leaf.6874/ on the EV forum they seem to keep up to date with the best deals.Also there is a Nissan sales guy who specialises in EV who regularly posts the current great deals up (wish i could remember his name but im sure he has posted in that thread).



Thank you. The zoe does look good, but the back seat looks too small for a car seat. I can imagine the little one kicking me in that car.

Original Poster

Right there. Probably okay with slightly older children but understand the issue with a boot in the back.
The Leaf is great in the back, one of the reasons my mate also bought one. Plus his free charging on the way to his caravan in Wales.

Hi , Ian can you please share me where is this deal for the leaf. when i click the link it takes me to main dealer page you help is needed .many thanks

i am interested to buy this deal

Original Poster

Have a look at the link in post #34. That will give you most recent leaf deals.

h mate thanks, but i was asking regarding this deal which you mention in begeiining £ 159 a month .

Nissan Leaf PCP, £159 per month. £3,816.00 @ Nissan

but when i click the deal it take to main dealer page why i am getting this . can you tell me or any one of you can help me . or whre this deal available .and no or dealer name . i have google it but no luck

Original Poster

It was a deal for a specific sales target the dealer needed and Nissan were offering great discounts. Several WERE offering it back then, a couple were even better.
Few months back now so doubt it would be available. The best deals that are CURRENTLY available are usually posted on the SpeakEV page speakev.com/thr…74/ or have a search on Leaftalk.
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