Nissan Pulsar Diesel Hatchback 1.5 dCi Visia 5dr lease £709.62 deposit and 23 months at £118.27
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Nissan Pulsar Diesel Hatchback 1.5 dCi Visia 5dr lease £709.62 deposit and 23 months at £118.27

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Found 14th Aug 2015
8000mls a year a diesel family car for under £120 a month.

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That is ridiculously cheap!

Not a leasy person myself, but this does seem decent value for the money.

Heat added... They seem reasonably cheap, i lease my VW from a main VW dealer anyone leased from a company like the above, are they any good?

Original Poster

loislane1987

Heat added... They seem reasonably cheap, i lease my VW from a main VW … Heat added... They seem reasonably cheap, i lease my VW from a main VW dealer anyone leased from a company like the above, are they any good?


chorleynissan.co.uk/
they have good reviews.

Just remember to only purchase this if you do long distance driving / motorway driving, diesel cars are not recommended for around town driving. There is a part fitted called a DPF that is diesel only that is effecting cars since 07. Look it up if you're interested in buying.

Total cost?

BlessingOfChaos

Just remember to only purchase this if you do long distance driving / … Just remember to only purchase this if you do long distance driving / motorway driving, diesel cars are not recommended for around town driving. There is a part fitted called a DPF that is diesel only that is effecting cars since 07. Look it up if you're interested in buying.



This is a lease deal for two years for a car with a 3 year warranty, so who cares.
Edited by: "topss" 14th Aug 2015

Bare in mind Visia = bog standard model.

topss

This is a lease deal so who cares.


those concerned about saving cost on fuel, probably.

topss

This is a lease deal for two years for a car with a 3 year warranty, so … This is a lease deal for two years for a car with a 3 year warranty, so who cares.



DPF issues are not necessarily covered by warranty - covering 8,000m p.a. in a diesel could be considered 'misuse'.

That's a great deal.

Original Poster

rodman

Total cost?


£3429 or £4.69 a day

BlessingOfChaos

Just remember to only purchase this if you do long distance driving / … Just remember to only purchase this if you do long distance driving / motorway driving, diesel cars are not recommended for around town driving. There is a part fitted called a DPF that is diesel only that is effecting cars since 07. Look it up if you're interested in buying.



This is a lease deal so whilst the info you provide is meant with good intent, it absolutely doesn't apply to this deal.

BlessingOfChaos

Just remember to only purchase this if you do long distance driving / … Just remember to only purchase this if you do long distance driving / motorway driving, diesel cars are not recommended for around town driving. There is a part fitted called a DPF that is diesel only that is effecting cars since 07. Look it up if you're interested in buying.



Slightly wrong there pal. My dad has a 2004 54 plate Peugeot 407 2.0 HDI and that has DPF on it and is always playing up at it does about 12-14K miles a year.

K0YS

those concerned about saving cost on fuel, probably.



Over 16,000 miles on a brand new car, it will be negligible.

ezzer72

DPF issues are not necessarily covered by warranty - covering 8,000m p.a. … DPF issues are not necessarily covered by warranty - covering 8,000m p.a. in a diesel could be considered 'misuse'.



Stop scaremongering.

Original Poster

brookysm

Bare in mind Visia = bog standard model.


i will have bog standard anyday then lol.
whatcar.com/car…252

topss

Stop scaremongering.



I'm not, I work in the motor industry and have first hand experience.

oliver231

i will have bog standard anyday then … i will have bog standard anyday then lol.http://www.whatcar.com/car-reviews/nissan/pulsar-hatchback/1-5-dci-110-acenta-5dr/specifications/69252



That's the Acenta model...

ezzer72

I'm not, I work in the motor industry and have first hand experience.



In the context of this thread (a 2 year lease deal for a brand new car) it most certainly is. I understand DPF problems, but it's very unlikely to be an issue here.


Edited by: "topss" 14th Aug 2015

ezzer72

DPF issues are not necessarily covered by warranty - covering 8,000m p.a. … DPF issues are not necessarily covered by warranty - covering 8,000m p.a. in a diesel could be considered 'misuse'.



No it couldn't. Maybe 8k of short city journeys without making it to 60mph for more than a few minutes could be considered misuse... But 8k miles a year alone (assuming mixed driving) is just fine.

Total payable £3429.83 over term - equivalent to £142.91 per month.

Includes 5" HD screen, 16" diamond cut alloys, air con, cruise control, bluetooth and start/stop. Don't think the screen is truly 'HD'.

£17.9k list price.

Ta OP. Voted hot.
Edited by: "karlie88" 14th Aug 2015

toucheroar

No it couldn't. Maybe 8k of short city journeys without making it to … No it couldn't. Maybe 8k of short city journeys without making it to 60mph for more than a few minutes could be considered misuse... But 8k miles a year alone (assuming mixed driving) is just fine.



That's equivalent to 21 miles a day - good luck convincing your local service dept. that you have been blasting up and down the motorway network.

Original Poster

ezzer72

That's the Acenta model...


correct details
nissan.co.uk/GB/…tml

Here we go...!

Lease thoughts: will the total term of this lease deal, be less than what it would depreciate over the same time? If it is, then it could be worth it...!

Remember: this only works if you wanted a new car in the first place. Don't compare used to new here - it's like posting a deal for apples and some silly person saying "COLD! Oranges are cheaper"

DPF: tosh. All you have to do is force a regeneration cycle occasionally, by keeping the revs "high" for 10-15 minutes (i.e. the motorway at 70mph in a gear lower than normal). 8k p/a in a diesel is NOT misuse, else the leases on diesel cars wouldn't be offered. Think logically

There are longer more informative posts of mine in the wild. Seek and ye shall find. Those not bothered, probably already understand and don't need to look. The rest will still continue to post utter nonsense about lease deals.

ezzer72

That's equivalent to 21 miles a day - good luck convincing your local … That's equivalent to 21 miles a day - good luck convincing your local service dept. that you have been blasting up and down the motorway network.



My DPF Filter went on my Audi A1 and I was a high mileage user. I used to commute 60 miles each way down the motorway from Derbyshire to Northampton and around the 55,000 mark the DPF filter failed. I'm no expert on these type of things but I don't think it is something that is just restricted to people doing town driving.

chadders06

My DPF Filter went on my Audi A1 and I was a high mileage user. I used to … My DPF Filter went on my Audi A1 and I was a high mileage user. I used to commute 60 miles each way down the motorway from Derbyshire to Northampton and around the 55,000 mark the DPF filter failed. I'm no expert on these type of things but I don't think it is something that is just restricted to people doing town driving.



Exactly. It's people re-posting crap they have read somewhere else, without taking the time out to inform themselves first. Parroting "information" is easy; just look at the tabloids.

Using common sense and applying judgement? No, that takes some effort. Hence why these threads usually get filled with nonsense instead of good quality advice and information.

Everything fails on Audi's, no surprises there. The issue here is, that at 55k there would be no arguments from warranty (assuming the Audi was within it's warranty time period). Diesels are not designed to be pottered around town.

Washes cars for a living - works in the car industry

ezzer72

Everything fails on Audi's, no surprises there. The issue here is, that … Everything fails on Audi's, no surprises there. The issue here is, that at 55k there would be no arguments from warranty (assuming the Audi was within it's warranty time period). Diesels are not designed to be pottered around town.


With comments like this one (in bold), I'd advise that the rest of your comments are ignored as a result. Very narrow-minded and very much daft.

lovelybeer

With comments like this one (in bold), I'd advise that the rest of your … With comments like this one (in bold), I'd advise that the rest of your comments are ignored as a result. Very narrow-minded and very much daft.



Haha, are you one those that doesn't know they're junk yet?

Original Poster

ezzer72

Everything fails on Audi's, no surprises there. The issue here is, that … Everything fails on Audi's, no surprises there. The issue here is, that at 55k there would be no arguments from warranty (assuming the Audi was within it's warranty time period). Diesels are not designed to be pottered around town.


black hackney taxi has diesel engine does it not don,t see them on motorway much.

oliver231

black hackney taxi has diesel engine does it not don,t see them on … black hackney taxi has diesel engine does it not don,t see them on motorway much.



I don't think those engines are 'cutting edge', are they?

ezzer72

Haha, are you one those that doesn't know they're junk yet?


Sorry, I should have consulted you first. You seem to know an awful lot. Of nothing based on empirical evidence.

Fionashaw123

Washes cars for a living - works in the car industry



Haha, very good that actually, though obviously utterly incorrect.

lovelybeer

Sorry, I should have consulted you first. You seem to know an awful lot. … Sorry, I should have consulted you first. You seem to know an awful lot. Of nothing based on empirical evidence.



Been in the industry since 1988, ex-VW Aftersales Manager, that okay for you?

lovelybeer

Sorry, I should have consulted you first. You seem to know an awful lot. … Sorry, I should have consulted you first. You seem to know an awful lot. Of nothing based on empirical evidence.



And in case my personal EXPERIENCE isn't enough for you, we always have Google;

google.co.uk/

Original Poster

ezzer72

I don't think those engines are 'cutting edge', are they?


your in the know what engine is in a taxi then?
you know what engine is in a pulsar.

This is a great deal. Can we cut the usual d!ck measuring comments that come with a HUKD car thread and stick to this deal.

Does anyone have a Nissan Pulsar or test drove one and if so what was it like?

ezzer72

I don't think those engines are 'cutting edge', are they?



tbf I can't ever remember seeing a Black Cab broken down on the hard shoulder or even anywhere for that matter. I'm sure some do though.
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