Nissan Micra Hatchback 1.2 Visia 5dr - £696.91 + 23 x £77.43 = £2477.11 with 20000 Miles 2 years lease @ Fleet Price
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Nissan Micra Hatchback 1.2 Visia 5dr - £696.91 + 23 x £77.43 = £2477.11 with 20000 Miles 2 years lease @ Fleet Price

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Found 19th Sep 2015
Nissan Micra Hatchback 1.2 Visia 5dr (Personal Contract Hire deal)

Contract term: 24 months

Payment profile: 9 + 23

Annual mileage: 10000

Cheapest 23 monthly payments of: £77.43

Initial payment: £696.91

No Admin Fee

Total monthly cost of £103.22

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Good price. I recently ordered the Panda for about £10 more.
lease always gets voted cold from me sorry!
Decent mileage, great deal, heat given.
micras used to look cute but these are butt ugly
sowotsdis

micras used to look cute but these are butt ugly



They used to be made up in Sunderland and were very reliable and great run about cars. My first car was a Micra Vibe in 1997 and I had it 12 years. Never skipped a beat and started first time every time.

The new ones are made in India and get slated on build quality. Shame really even a dumb mackem can make really good cars (coming from a smoggy)
Steer clear of hills
adaily

lease always gets voted cold from me sorry!


Is that because you can't recognise a good deal or that a lease deal is too difficult to understand?
In either case you shouldn't vote.
Oneday77

Is that because you can't recognise a good deal or that a lease deal is … Is that because you can't recognise a good deal or that a lease deal is too difficult to understand?In either case you shouldn't vote.



Either of those, or else it's someone that can't afford a lease but, in all likelihood, their used car will end up costing them more over the period of the lease - and they just can't do the maths, or simply don't bother to.
Blimey, this is good. Same price I pay on my fiesta in the Ford privilege scheme
I took a recent deal on a Renault Clio, done all the maths, read up loads before taking the plunge and current lease deals are a no brainer. When i look at what i am paying compared to what i eould have to pay to buy the same car new and then look at what i would be lucky to get as a trade in for it in 3 years.
I am paying a lot less for my lease to run a new car. Obviously each to their own but if you want a new car then there are some cracking deals out there.
This car new would cost about £8000. if you buy it on HP you would end up paying about £9300.
What do you think you would get for it in 2 years time, maybe £4000 private sale, £5000 max, so you have lost over £4000. This deal costs you £2400.
So am I right that you pay £2400 over 2 years and then just give the car back? No more payment?
jamsammy99

So am I right that you pay £2400 over 2 years and then just give the car … So am I right that you pay £2400 over 2 years and then just give the car back? No more payment?


That sums it up perfectly.
hardly a car anyone with any self respect would buy .No girl would find this toy attractive
jojo61

hardly a car anyone with any self respect would buy .No girl would find … hardly a car anyone with any self respect would buy .No girl would find this toy attractive


Oh dear
Edited by: "ceebs" 20th Sep 2015
alfa111

That sums it up perfectly.



As long as you give it back in pristine condition or they'll have you over a barrel for the scuffs and dents. This is why leasing is always a bad idea for me and only seems to appeal to people trying to keep up with the Jones' without needing the money.
I bought my Micra 1.3 for £200 and have had it for five years. Great car, but no need to pay massively over the odds like this.
We bought a micra 15 months old 3.5k miles, it's the next model up with better engine. Test drove lots of cars and this is what my wife wanted, I didn't want to touch it but it was her car not mine. Now we have only owned it since the start of August but I have to say it drives pretty good, isn't as noisy as reviews claim it was and has no problem pulling at 70 with four in the car, it doesn't corner as good as our fiesta did either. It has a surprising amount of space in the back seats which is nice being 6ft2, the boot is a bit smaller than our old 2006 fiesta. Time will tell how well it does with reliability and I am dubious about it being built in India as well, but it seems to be far from awful that some reviews claim.
Hi, well been driving my Nissan micra for years, still got it,every morning starts like a angel, runs like a beauty, it's a good little runner,I am thinking of selling it if anyone interested let me knw it's done only 35000 and it's a V reg.
HondaLad

As long as you give it back in pristine condition or they'll have you … As long as you give it back in pristine condition or they'll have you over a barrel for the scuffs and dents. This is why leasing is always a bad idea for me and only seems to appeal to people trying to keep up with the Jones' without needing the money.




I understand what you are saying but prior to my leasing my latest car i have bought about 10 brand new cars. Obviously you insure the car against any major bumps as you would do whether it was lease or bought. But who would want a brand new car and not want to look after it.
I found an insurance company (ALA insurance) that offers scratch and dent cover (small scratches and dents) for a one off payment of just over £200. They also did gap insurance for a fraction of the lease companies charge
HondaLad

As long as you give it back in pristine condition or they'll have you … As long as you give it back in pristine condition or they'll have you over a barrel for the scuffs and dents. This is why leasing is always a bad idea for me and only seems to appeal to people trying to keep up with the Jones' without needing the money.



So when this happened to you, did you discuss with then fair wear and use, as advised by the BVRLA?
(Assuming you're actually talking from personal experience?).

Plus this (and a lot of other lease deals on here, e.g Citroen C1) is hardly going to impress the Joneses, is it?!
LongPockets

I bought my Micra 1.3 for £200 and have had it for five years. Great car, … I bought my Micra 1.3 for £200 and have had it for five years. Great car, but no need to pay massively over the odds like this.



I wonder which one would come off better in a crash?
oddballjamie

I wonder which one would come off better in a crash?



For crashes I drive one of my other cars.
sowotsdis

micras used to look cute but these are butt ugly


Yep, looks like a jelly mould.
shaz40

Hi, well been driving my Nissan micra for years, still got it,every … Hi, well been driving my Nissan micra for years, still got it,every morning starts like a angel, runs like a beauty, it's a good little runner,I am thinking of selling it if anyone interested let me knw it's done only 35000 and it's a V reg.




That one was made in Sunderland this in India makes a real difference. Garages say the old ones body goes before engines they say of these every thing goes. We have a w reg as a second car on 65k and we have had it 10 years no issues except new battery and other odds and ends and some welding and can be left for 6 weeks and starts first time.

Lease deals are obviously good but does depend on if you want to keep the car long term if you do and get a good one buying can be more efficient but if you get a dog then it save you money in the long term.
Edited by: "eslick" 20th Sep 2015
Super deal for an extremely reliable little car!
adaily

lease always gets voted cold from me sorry!



​A voice from the uneducated I see.
HondaLad

As long as you give it back in pristine condition or they'll have you … As long as you give it back in pristine condition or they'll have you over a barrel for the scuffs and dents. This is why leasing is always a bad idea for me and only seems to appeal to people trying to keep up with the Jones' without needing the money.



​A certain amount of wear & tear is allowed including small scratches & dings. You should do your research.
great price heat added
Get bored of lease deals but this really is a very good one to be fair
webrits

​A certain amount of wear & tear is allowed including small scratches & d … ​A certain amount of wear & tear is allowed including small scratches & dings. You should do your research.



Yes, a small amount is allowed but a dent can't be more than 20mm and only 3 are allowed per panel etc. It only takes someone to open their car door into yours to give it a 3 inch crease.

The insurance is a good idea and keeping up with the jones' for some people is what reg is on it not the badge.

I used to run reps cars for a company which is how I know the pitfalls of leasing. I know reps don't look after their cars as much as a normal person would but still these companies are looking to make money out of you wherever they can and it's easy money.
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