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Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.3 DIG-T 140 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual @ Yes Lease - £472.24 Up Front / 23 x £196.24. Total Cost: £4,985.72
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Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.3 DIG-T 140 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual @ Yes Lease - £472.24 Up Front / 23 x £196.24. Total Cost: £4,985.72

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Posted 20th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Thought this looked like a good deal - cheapest I can find for this type of vehicle, unless you plump for something like a Vitara:

  • No Deposit Personal Lease Deal
  • Just £196.24 Per Month
  • Ambient Lighting, Reversing Camera, 17in Alloy Wheels, NissanConnect 7in Touchscreen Navigation and Entertainment System
  • In Stock
  • New 69-Plate
  • No Deposit
  • New to Order
  • Free Road Tax
  • Free Roadside Assistance
  • Free Delivery and Collection
  • including VAT
  • Personal contract hire
  • Contract term: 24 months
  • Rental profile: 1 + 23
  • Annual mileage: 8,000
  • Production status: Current model
  • CO2: 121 g/km

Vehicle Details
  • Engine size:1.3 litre
  • Doors:5
  • Body type:Hatchback
  • Fuel type:Petrol
  • Fuel delivery:Turbo
  • Transmission type:Manual
  • Drivetrain:Front Wheel Drive
  • Number of Seats:5
  • Insurance Group:15E
  • NCAP Overall Rating:5
  • CO2 Emissions:122 g/km
  • Top Speed:120 mph
  • Fuel Economy Combined:41.4 mpg
  • Brake Horse Power:140 bhp
  • 0-60 mph:10.9 secs
  • Pay load:495.00 kg

23 monthly rentals of: £196.24
Initial rental: £196.24
Processing fee: £276.00
Finance doc fee: £0.00
Manufacturer RRP: £23100.00
Total cost: £4,708.8‬0
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chridt21/01/2020 00:20

1.3 petrol engine moving a car that size is gonna be thirsty!


Yes better of with a more frugal 6L V8
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jakethepeguk21/01/2020 07:10

Not a great car for reliability, it’s a good deal but from personal e …Not a great car for reliability, it’s a good deal but from personal experience it’s not worth the hassle of owning this vehicle.


You don’t own it, it’s a lease
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I'd rather have the Vitara.
£300 processing fee
Useless it’s rip !! Just lease not u gona own
1.3 petrol engine moving a car that size is gonna be thirsty!
Scandalous £300 broker fee
chridt21/01/2020 00:20

1.3 petrol engine moving a car that size is gonna be thirsty!


Yes better of with a more frugal 6L V8
thank you its a cracking deal
Not a great car for reliability, it’s a good deal but from personal experience it’s not worth the hassle of owning this vehicle.
chridt21/01/2020 00:20

1.3 petrol engine moving a car that size is gonna be thirsty!


1300kg I'd say is average for a car these days and we can manage 40+ mpg around town, best being 47mpg.
jakethepeguk21/01/2020 07:10

Not a great car for reliability, it’s a good deal but from personal e …Not a great car for reliability, it’s a good deal but from personal experience it’s not worth the hassle of owning this vehicle.


What would you suggest as better alternatives? Similar in size and price range?
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jakethepeguk21/01/2020 07:10

Not a great car for reliability, it’s a good deal but from personal e …Not a great car for reliability, it’s a good deal but from personal experience it’s not worth the hassle of owning this vehicle.


You don’t own it, it’s a lease
Think I’d rather buy one for £16k from the deal posted yesterday
Hammerit4421/01/2020 01:55

Yes better of with a more frugal 6L V8


Fairly sure there's a middle-ground between those two options
herrbz21/01/2020 11:06

Fairly sure there's a middle-ground between those two options Fairly sure there's a middle-ground between those two options



possibly,well ok yes
Really isn’t a good deal, as new Connecta model goes for 17k. This is a base model and should be reduced to £150 a month to make a decent investment for a next 2 years.
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delfinostar21/01/2020 11:24

Really isn’t a good deal, as new Connecta model goes for 17k. This is a b …Really isn’t a good deal, as new Connecta model goes for 17k. This is a base model and should be reduced to £150 a month to make a decent investment for a next 2 years.


What do you mean “make a decent investment”?
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chridt21/01/2020 00:20

1.3 petrol engine moving a car that size is gonna be thirsty!


Larger size = larger weight....... nope
Larger engine = less thirsty.... nope
Misslovely21/01/2020 08:53

Think I’d rather buy one for £16k from the deal posted yesterday


What about your Juke?
jakethepeguk21/01/2020 07:10

Not a great car for reliability, it’s a good deal but from personal e …Not a great car for reliability, it’s a good deal but from personal experience it’s not worth the hassle of owning this vehicle.


My Qashqai has given me four years without problem. Very pleased with it.
Gollywood21/01/2020 17:40

What about your Juke?


Had it 4 years now really but I’m concentrating on my house atm as it’s more wiser
What does the insurance group 15E mean?
renard21/01/2020 17:41

My Qashqai has given me four years without problem. Very pleased with it.


I’m happy for you, statistically this isn’t the case for most and certainly for me. Getting named the second most unreliable car by which is no small feat.
- new engine at 33k, ecu 11k.
Water pump, fan belt ancilliary belt at 35k.
Sorry but I could never recommend this as a good buy
deleted4728721/01/2020 08:41

You don’t own it, it’s a lease


It’s still a pita when it breaks down , better to go for something without the hassle
kamikaze121/01/2020 08:25

What would you suggest as better alternatives? Similar in size and price …What would you suggest as better alternatives? Similar in size and price range?


Look at fords offering or the Peugeot 3008, all have a better reliability score. Buy a Nissan, you’re buying a Renault these days unfortunately
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jakethepeguk21/01/2020 18:40

It’s still a pita when it breaks down , better to go for something without …It’s still a pita when it breaks down , better to go for something without the hassle


I know, I was just pointing out the factual inaccuracy
jakethepeguk21/01/2020 19:03

Look at fords offering or the Peugeot 3008, all have a better reliability …Look at fords offering or the Peugeot 3008, all have a better reliability score. Buy a Nissan, you’re buying a Renault these days unfortunately


But don't forget to look also at the huge price difference.
There is someone from any brand of car who always has a problem with reliability.
I sold my BMW 420i gran coupe after having one of these as a courtesy car to buy one for myself..
The 1.3 engine was also pretty nippy more than Powerful enough.
Link is going to a Kia XCeed now?
Misslovely21/01/2020 08:53

Think I’d rather buy one for £16k from the deal posted yesterday


£17k*

In 24 months with 16,000 miles on the clock will it still be worth over 12k.

It will be close. Think it’s a good deal personally for little risk
codebee21/01/2020 20:24

Link is going to a Kia XCeed now?


It’s a sign! Save some money and get the more reliable Kia
Just buy a car outright
kamikaze121/01/2020 08:25

What would you suggest as better alternatives? Similar in size and price …What would you suggest as better alternatives? Similar in size and price range?


My wife has the Hyundai Tucson se nav 230 deposit 230 a month for 10k miles 2 year contract. That includes a metallic colour would have been about 30 cheaper a month for the free colour.

Similar spec reversing camera, nav, android auto etc..
GGMI21/01/2020 21:07

Just buy a car outright


How many people have £20k laying around? It's my understanding that these kind of deals aren't so bad when you consider the depreciation over 2-3 years if you bought the same car outright. It's good if you want to drive new cars and change every couple of years.
codebee21/01/2020 21:09

How many people have £20k laying around? It's my understanding that these …How many people have £20k laying around? It's my understanding that these kind of deals aren't so bad when you consider the depreciation over 2-3 years if you bought the same car outright. It's good if you want to drive new cars and change every couple of years.


Who send spend £20k? Why do you need a brand new car?
GGMI21/01/2020 21:11

Who send spend £20k? Why do you need a brand new car?


Who said anyone NEEDS a brand new car? Wants and needs are obviously two totally different things that apply to different people in different circumstances. Such a pointless argument to make.

It's like saying no one needs a brand new phone when they could just go buy a used one from a few years ago at a fraction of the price. Of course they could, and some people absolutely should when they can't afford a new phone. But I'm not sure if you're aware but sometimes people like to purchase new products. Crazy I know!
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