Nissan Qashqai Diesel Hatchback £10759.19 - SelectCarLeasing
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Nissan Qashqai Diesel Hatchback £10759.19 - SelectCarLeasing

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Found 13th Mar 2017
Seems like a good deal based on 4 year Personal Lease, 3 months down (£672.44) and 10K miles pa
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    As a general statement be careful taking on a personal lease over 4 years unless you know 100% that your circumstances aren't going to change.

    Unlike a pcp you have no flexibility with a personal lease, other than you pay back all the payments - so if you don't like the car, or it's too big or too small, or you lose your job you are committed to 4 years.

    Don't get me wrong a personal lease can be good - we have a 2 year personal lease ourselves, but 4 years is a long time.
    £672.44 / 3 = £224.15
    £224.15 * 50 (47 + 3) = £11,207.50 - where you getting £10,759.19 from?
    scouser100000

    £672.44 / 3 = £224.15£224.15 * 50 (47 + 3) = £11,207.50 - where you get … £672.44 / 3 = £224.15£224.15 * 50 (47 + 3) = £11,207.50 - where you getting £10,759.19 from?


    Nice to see a scouser that can add up!
    So you could be stuck with the second ugliest car ever for four years, (Nissan Juke is the No 1 ugliest).
    mcormack

    Nice to see a scouser that can add up!


    Years of practice working out benefits
    enjoys999

    As a general statement be careful taking on a personal lease over 4 years … As a general statement be careful taking on a personal lease over 4 years unless you know 100% that your circumstances aren't going to change.Unlike a pcp you have no flexibility with a personal lease, other than you pay back all the payments - so if you don't like the car, or it's too big or too small, or you lose your job you are committed to 4 years.Don't get me wrong a personal lease can be good - we have a 2 year personal lease ourselves, but 4 years is a long time.


    Lease companies could offer to take the car back early if partial repayment for remaining future term is made. The hit was around 50% for returning my 24m lease 1m early for example.

    Saying that, 4 years is a massive commitment and I would never sign up for something like this unless the price was super mega cheap.

    Lease for 2 years and you may need one service, and no need to change tyres, brake pads etc; 4 years and you have the usual issues associated with owning used cars popping up. And no way to updgrade to a better, newer facelift model.
    I would never lease over 4 years, maximum i would do is two years.
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    scouser100000

    £672.44 / 3 = £224.15£224.15 * 50 (47 + 3) = £11,207.50 - where you get … £672.44 / 3 = £224.15£224.15 * 50 (47 + 3) = £11,207.50 - where you getting £10,759.19 from?


    Yep I actually put £224.15 in my original post but looks like HUKD convert it to a total over 4 years
    enjoys999

    As a general statement be careful taking on a personal lease over 4 years … As a general statement be careful taking on a personal lease over 4 years unless you know 100% that your circumstances aren't going to change.Unlike a pcp you have no flexibility with a personal lease, other than you pay back all the payments - so if you don't like the car, or it's too big or too small, or you lose your job you are committed to 4 years.Don't get me wrong a personal lease can be good - we have a 2 year personal lease ourselves, but 4 years is a long time.



    You omit the obvious - anything beyond three years is outside warranty and MOT.
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