Nissan Leaf Tekna 30KW £5276/2years PCP Deal @ Chorley Nissan
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Nissan Leaf Tekna 30KW £5276/2years PCP Deal @ Chorley Nissan

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Found 18th JanMade hot 19th Jan
Chorley Nissan were offering a 3 year PCP deal, but this seems to have been revised down to just a 24 month agreement. Terms otherwise remain the same. Slightly more expensive than the recent lease deal posted, but at least with a PCP there's guaranteed option to be able to purchase the car or exit early by selling it. Might be worth giving Chorley a call to see if the 3 year deal is still an option.

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Great deal for a 3 year PCP deal on a 30KW Nissan Leaf Tekna. No battery rental. £500 deposit, £199/month for 36 months. Slightly cheaper than the recent lease deal, and ideal if you'd rather a 3 year agreement than 2.
Only 6000miles pa included, excess mileage at 8p (approx extra £27/month for 10k miles pa)

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I've just managed to get a price from bridgend nissan and cross hands nissan for £550 up front followed by 23 monthly payments of £183based on 10k miles and that's a 2 year lease in flame red
Edited by: "markbowen07" 18th Jan

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markbowen07

I've just managed to get a price from bridgend nissan and cross hands … I've just managed to get a price from bridgend nissan and cross hands nissan for £550 up front followed by 23 monthly payments of £183based on 10k miles and that's a 2 year lease in flame red


That's a good deal, thanks for posting it on here...

BrianSewell

That's a good deal, thanks for posting it on here...



Wanted to give the people who never contribute to the site a chance to post ....

markbowen07

I've just managed to get a price from bridgend nissan and cross hands … I've just managed to get a price from bridgend nissan and cross hands nissan for £550 up front followed by 23 monthly payments of £183based on 10k miles and that's a 2 year lease in flame red


Hi is this the tekna model? I am just coming to the end of my 2 year deal on my leaf (which I love). The guys at Derby offered me £230 per month for the 30kw tekna, 10k miles. No deposit.

Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? Normally 90mins each way on a rather busy time. Thanks...

How many miles on a single charge?

markbowen07

Wanted to give the people who never contribute to the site a chance to … Wanted to give the people who never contribute to the site a chance to post ....



Lol. The burns must be from the flame red! :). That is very good, are you going with it? - I just can't get excited about this car

ah_heng

Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? … Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? Normally 90mins each way on a rather busy time. Thanks...



In a word, no! I've had my 30kw Tekna since June and the absolute most I've squeezed out of it was 120 miles. During the winter months I'm struggling to get more than 100 miles!

BTW, great deal OP, I'm paying £299 deposit and £299pm for mine, which includes metallic paint, and I thought that was a great deal

ah_heng

Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? … Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? Normally 90mins each way on a rather busy time. Thanks...



On paper it does 155miles per charge, in real world driving conditions (dependent on weather) 120 miles is probably pushing it a bit (you may have to roll the last 10 miles or so!)

ah_heng

Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? … Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? Normally 90mins each way on a rather busy time. Thanks...



​Absolutely no way. That is maximum range. M25 will destroy your 'economy'. Here's a question, will the AA attend a flat electric battery vehicle? Suppose they just tow you to the nearest charging point?

markbowen07

I've just managed to get a price from bridgend nissan and cross hands … I've just managed to get a price from bridgend nissan and cross hands nissan for £550 up front followed by 23 monthly payments of £183based on 10k miles and that's a 2 year lease in flame red



Correct 2 year leases are cheaper on the leaf for some reason, although I'd have chosen the 30kw battery.
Edited by: "OrribleHarry" 19th Jan

ah_heng

Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? … Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? Normally 90mins each way on a rather busy time. Thanks...



Stop for an hour or so, have a coffee and a bit of lunch at Clacketts Lane or South Mimms and leave the car charging on the Ecotricity chargers and you'll be fine.

androoski

Stop for an hour or so, have a coffee and a bit of lunch at Clacketts … Stop for an hour or so, have a coffee and a bit of lunch at Clacketts Lane or South Mimms and leave the car charging on the Ecotricity chargers and you'll be fine.


In future we will have to factor in lunch on motorway services as part of the overall running costs.

I had a drive of a Tesla the other day and can totally see how EVs are the future.
Looks like a good deal for a leaf...tried to get my wife interested but she hates the look of it.

Original Poster

Sneaky... this was a 36 month deal yesterday when posted, but now appears to be a 2 year deal.. Still good, but less so..

SenorFunkyPants

I had a drive of a Tesla the other day and can totally see how EVs are … I had a drive of a Tesla the other day and can totally see how EVs are the future. Looks like a good deal for a leaf...tried to get my wife interested but she hates the look of it.



​aye: Prius, insight or leaf are very ugly cars... not helping, Tesla on the other hand. wonder why they come up with those weird designs, why not like Tesla make it desirable... would own a Tesla if I was rich... or needed a car.

SenorFunkyPants

I had a drive of a Tesla the other day and can totally see how EVs are … I had a drive of a Tesla the other day and can totally see how EVs are the future. Looks like a good deal for a leaf...tried to get my wife interested but she hates the look of it.



​You're comparing a £25k car to a £70k+ car. Tesla has loads more batteries, loads more range but you pay for that.

mgowans

Sneaky... this was a 36 month deal yesterday when posted, but now appears … Sneaky... this was a 36 month deal yesterday when posted, but now appears to be a 2 year deal.. Still good, but less so..



​Why is that a problem? I don't do lease cars myself but the longer you keep a car the less it is worth. £200 a month for a brand new one is amazing, a 2 year old one it is good and a three year old one it isn't really great value. A year old leaf is worth £20k, a 3 year old one is worth a third of that nearly. Yet it is still costing you the same per month.

dealcatcherer

​aye: Prius, insight or leaf are very ugly cars... not helping, Tesla on t … ​aye: Prius, insight or leaf are very ugly cars... not helping, Tesla on the other hand. wonder why they come up with those weird designs, why not like Tesla make it desirable... would own a Tesla if I was rich... or needed a car.



Hyundai and Kia's new hybrids look okay, in the sense that they look like normal cars rather than the usual fugly hybrid styling.
Edited by: "spoo" 19th Jan

Our Leaf PCP from March 2015 is also coming to an end. We had a chat with our supplying dealer who couldn't get anywhere near to our original deal (£1200 dep, 24 x £80 on a pcp), so we started looking elsewhere.

We opted for a new Audi A3 1.0 Sport 5 Dr with a couple of extras for £2500 x1 & 23 x £130 incl vat on 8k pa via our local Audi dealer on a personal lease. Engine is small, but drives ok and to be honest your driving technique changes once you've owned and lived with a full EV.

The Leaf itself is great, but apart from range our major issue is availability of charging points and the limited network.

We'll look at an EV again. but need at least 200 realistic miles per charge and hopefully the charging network will be more mature by then.

For prospective buyers of the Leaf please note the total miles per charge varies based on your driving style, the ambient temperature (fewer miles when it's cold) and also whether you are using lights, wipers, stereo and heater.

We have the 24 kwh version (30 kwh travels a little bit further) and the most we've seen is 100 miles on a full charge, but in Summer driving very sedately. Normal summer driving expect 80/85 miles and winter with heating and wipers on 65/70 miles. I've driven the 30 kwh and it does retain it's charge for longer, but don't expect to achieve 155 miles as advertised!

What is the availability of charging points like? I've seen plenty in car parks, at services etc, but do you ever have to queue to use them? It's okay being able to boost charge for 30 mins, but if you have to wait an hour to get to use it...

Go to zap-map.com for a look. Leaf's work with Chademo (rapid charge 80% in 30 mins) and Type 2 where you need your own cable - home chargers typically have a type 2 tethered cable.

We were at Trafford Centre early November and although they have lots of chargers, half were out of service, some had non EV's parked in the bays and people with EV's were queuing/waiting to hook up. Took an hour before we could pull into a bay to charge and we needed the extra charge to get back home....

Supposedly the new Renault Zoe has a 250 mile range but it come at a high cost. Personally I'm not convinced EV's are the future as we simply don't have the infrastructure to support them. Whilst running costs are low, they are much more expensive to lease or purchase and it seems that you have to drive really sedately without heating, air con or music to get the best range. I suspect hydrogen will be more efficient and sustainable eventually.

pauljanet

Supposedly the new Renault Zoe has a 250 mile range but it come at a high … Supposedly the new Renault Zoe has a 250 mile range but it come at a high cost. Personally I'm not convinced EV's are the future as we simply don't have the infrastructure to support them. Whilst running costs are low, they are much more expensive to lease or purchase and it seems that you have to drive really sedately without heating, air con or music to get the best range. I suspect hydrogen will be more efficient and sustainable eventually.



​well, someone will come up with solutions for that such as solar panels and perhaps a small petrol generator to feed the batteries to extend range...

spoo

Hyundai and Kia's new hybrids look okay, in the sense that they look like … Hyundai and Kia's new hybrids look okay, in the sense that they look like normal cars rather than the usual fugly hybrid styling.



​yup they could do with looking a bit more like a normal car...

ah_heng

Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? … Will a full charge suffice for a 120miles round trip on the M25? Normally 90mins each way on a rather busy time. Thanks...



​no.
if you drive in the summer without air con, stay below 60mph then yes.

Yes, Zoe is good but small.
Rumours are in 5 years some of the major manufacturers will not be producing diesels and your choice will be petrol, hybrid or ev - when this happens the charging network must exist.

BMW offer a range extender upgrade in the i3, which charges the battery to increase the range.

This is a good deal. I just sorted a PCP at my local dealer for £225 no deposit for the Tekna flame red 30kw. Its only for 5000 miles a year but for my wife that is perfect for her. For us it is a perfect 2nd car (if you can get a good deal on one). This is our 2nd Leaf. We use it for the local trips, her short commute and now we can do those mid range 100 mile journeys once or twice a month seeing family. After an overnight charge we are on our way again. That keeps the miles and petrol visits to a minimum on Golf R wagon i have.

My only beef with the car is it is fugly but it does slowly grow on you....
Edited by: "Flyingzard" 19th Jan

I've just got a 2 year lease on a 30kw Flame Red Tekna £199 down and £226.90pm / 10k pa miles / 24 months. Good deal?

Original Poster

Remember the Nissan promise on Leaf's..

If you run out of charge mid-trip, no need to call the AA, Nissan Recovery will do something. Not clear what
If you need to go on a longer trip, Nissan include 14 days of a petrol/diesel car rental if you pay the insurance.

mgowans

If you need to go on a longer trip, Nissan include 14 days of a … If you need to go on a longer trip, Nissan include 14 days of a petrol/diesel car rental if you pay the insurance.


Only if the supplying dealership participates, and you have to get the ICE loaner from them, not from another dealership.

Bought a used 24kw tekna month ago as deal was amazing. For around the doors these are amazing and save you a fortune. Lots of car for the money big and well spec'd. Looks wise they are a slow grower on you but there have been far worse cars. But you feel great how cheap it is to run. My TTS barely moves. Im genuinely tempted by this deal... hmmmm

wozwebs

I've just got a 2 year lease on a 30kw Flame Red Tekna £199 down and … I've just got a 2 year lease on a 30kw Flame Red Tekna £199 down and £226.90pm / 10k pa miles / 24 months. Good deal?



I would say that is very good deal indeed. Done well!

The deal we got was ever so slightly cheaper for the exact same car like for like but you have double the mileage limit and ours is a PCP over 3 years.

wozwebs

I've just got a 2 year lease on a 30kw Flame Red Tekna £199 down and … I've just got a 2 year lease on a 30kw Flame Red Tekna £199 down and £226.90pm / 10k pa miles / 24 months. Good deal?



​Hey from where did you get this deal thanks.

umairjehangir

​Hey from where did you get this deal thanks.


I have an offer close to this, only difference is £550 extra over the 24 months for Metallic Paint.
I'll ask the dealer if he can supply anymore. I believe each dealer has a quota of Leafs they must shift for a bonus. Once they hit the target, they lose interest...

I've just had a thought regarding this deal. Does it come with the battery, or do you have to lease the battery on top of this cost? Plus, is this a Motability deal only, or general public? Only ask as I genuinely can't believe how cheap it is. I got the best deal available in June, and believe me, I tried everywhere! My 30kw leaf, with battery & metallic paint @ 10k mpa is £299 up front and £299pm for 36 months!

SPD14

I've just had a thought regarding this deal. Does it come with the … I've just had a thought regarding this deal. Does it come with the battery, or do you have to lease the battery on top of this cost? Plus, is this a Motability deal only, or general public? Only ask as I genuinely can't believe how cheap it is. I got the best deal available in June, and believe me, I tried everywhere! My 30kw leaf, with battery & metallic paint @ 10k mpa is £299 up front and £299pm for 36 months!



All the PCP quotes come with battery.

I'm currently on a 4 day extended hire of a Leaf to see if we're going to take the plunge.

As a guide on Speak EV forums the deals are:
Tekna 30kWh 3.3 in Flame Red, 10kpa would work out as £500 deposit, £213.57 per month.
12kpa would make it £221.51 per month.

chilledbud

All the PCP quotes come with battery.I'm currently on a 4 day extended … All the PCP quotes come with battery.I'm currently on a 4 day extended hire of a Leaf to see if we're going to take the plunge.As a guide on Speak EV forums the deals are:Tekna 30kWh 3.3 in Flame Red, 10kpa would work out as £500 deposit, £213.57 per month.12kpa would make it £221.51 per month.


How are you finding it on your trial? Quick review?
Edited by: "wozwebs" 20th Jan

wozwebs

How are you finding it on your trial? Quick review?



Pretty positive so far. The trail was to see how the car could cope with a dog and a pram in the boot, and it seems with a little bit of compromise it works pretty much fine.

The only real issues I have are, non electrical adjusting seats and no memory setting. It's a pain when I'm a foot taller than the wife! I tend to like sitting low in a car, and the Leaf doesn't have this option at all, it also has a poor range of settings for the steering wheel. I find the handbrake in the clutch position weird and a pain, I'm used to have a resting foot plate there not a handbrake! I

Due to the shape of the car, I've dealt well with the different driving position, although I've no real way of having a lean with my elbows compared to a better seat position car, handy on a motorway commute. For the top spec it comes up short if your expectations are high, coming from a BMW or Audi say, but for the PCP price you have to be realistic. It's RRP is so high due to being EV, not due to spec!

BUT

I'd probably live with one for two years happily. The drive is fine, the comfort is good, the EV element is fantastic, it's a geek dream to challenge getting the most out of the car. It's going to save us well over £100 in fuel alone in a month, so in reality it's down to £122 per month I'd be paying out, not taking the deposit into consideration.

We still need to decide if we keep the 2009 vRS (faulty chain tensioner seems to hound the car, £700 fix before it slips or new engine if it does) with it's amazing ability to swallow everything and risk the cost of any future repair or maybe take out a warranty, or ease up on taking the whole world with us on days out/trips to family and enjoy two years of worry free, fuel free motoring.
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