Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.3 DIG-T 140 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] 1x £1324.62, 23x £147.18 8k pa £4709.76 @ Vertu Motors
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Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.3 DIG-T 140 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] 1x £1324.62, 23x £147.18 8k pa £4709.76 @ Vertu Motors

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Posted 10th Oct
Lots of Qashqai deals recently on here, but this seems like a good deal to me.
Total £4709.76 - other terms and mileages available.

Nice spec and a big family car imho.

Vertus Lease Cars

£147.18 incl VAT monthly rentals
£1324.62 incl VAT initial rental
Personal contract hire
Contract term : 24 month
Rental profile : 9 + 23
Annual mileage : 8000
Production status : Current model
CO2 : 121 g/km
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Misslovely10/10/2019 16:18

Wish it was same price as juke last week, or even 4k fully, I would have …Wish it was same price as juke last week, or even 4k fully, I would have jumped


If were going for wishes then, I'd say they pay me 4k and i get to keep the car!!
ws00710/10/2019 18:49

What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? S …What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? Surely if you're only going that far you could just use taxis to go to the shops?



Yes, if you want to pay £20-30,000 a year on Taxi fares, looks cheap to me.
Common.Sense10/10/2019 20:05

Wow, people still drive manual cars. Do they have to press a button for …Wow, people still drive manual cars. Do they have to press a button for brake lights to come on?


Yep, a big square button on the floor. But it's ok because the brakes come on automatically when you turn the brake lights on.
ws00710/10/2019 18:49

What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? S …What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? Surely if you're only going that far you could just use taxis to go to the shops?


Anonymised data on every MOT test in Britain, released by the Department for Transport, shows that cars travelled an average of 7,134 miles in 2017.

So 8,000 would cover the average driver.
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Wish it was same price as juke last week, or even 4k fully, I would have jumped
Misslovely10/10/2019 16:18

Wish it was same price as juke last week, or even 4k fully, I would have …Wish it was same price as juke last week, or even 4k fully, I would have jumped


Exactly my thought
Misslovely10/10/2019 16:18

Wish it was same price as juke last week, or even 4k fully, I would have …Wish it was same price as juke last week, or even 4k fully, I would have jumped


If were going for wishes then, I'd say they pay me 4k and i get to keep the car!!
Wouldn’t 1.3 be underpowered?
i suspect its going to get hot in here. Imo this deal is a belter.

i'm looking for an SUV deal. Shame this car is so mumsy, i like it, but i just cant do that to myself...
Tempted by this. But a lot of this companies "deals" recently have not existed.
2wd
1.3
Blimey.
What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? Surely if you're only going that far you could just use taxis to go to the shops?
ws00710/10/2019 18:49

What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? S …What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? Surely if you're only going that far you could just use taxis to go to the shops?



Yes, if you want to pay £20-30,000 a year on Taxi fares, looks cheap to me.
ukstud110/10/2019 18:58

Yes, if you want to pay £20-30,000 a year on Taxi fares, looks cheap to …Yes, if you want to pay £20-30,000 a year on Taxi fares, looks cheap to me.


I suppose it depends on where you live, and I was thinking public transport and taxi home with the shopping :/
wept0110/10/2019 17:50

Wouldn’t 1.3 be underpowered?



It does produce 140bhp - around the same as a non turbo 2.0 litre engine. It's probably OK.
Edited by: "jhw" 10th Oct
ws00710/10/2019 18:49

What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? S …What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? Surely if you're only going that far you could just use taxis to go to the shops?


TBF I only averaged 7k per year for the last 3. My lease deal only charged an extra £70 per 1K miles so not that bad
Edited by: "scaryrobert" 10th Oct
What MPG does it do?
Wow, people still drive manual cars. Do they have to press a button for brake lights to come on?
The 1.3 petrol manual is 140bhp in comparison VW golf 1.6 diesel is 120Bhp
I don't think I've see one this cheap for such a sensible contract.
Fuel economy realistically 40mpg
In regards to the spec the Acenta premium comes with Tom Tom sat nav, DAB, android auto/apple car play also parking sensors front and back with a reverse camera.
I hope this helps.
2wd 1.3 on a large SUV? Embarrassing
GoldenNugget201910/10/2019 20:26

2wd 1.3 on a large SUV? Embarrassing


1.3 turbo. 140bhp more than enough pulls nicely in 6th gear as well so some alright torque for everyday driving.
Fazlur_Rahman10/10/2019 20:09

Fuel economy realistically 40mpgIn regards to the spec the Acenta premium …Fuel economy realistically 40mpgIn regards to the spec the Acenta premium comes with Tom Tom sat nav, DAB, android auto/apple car play also parking sensors front and back with a reverse camera.I hope this helps.


I've spoken to them directly about this deal. No parking sensors, only reverse camera
SUV, a solution looking for problem....
andyb8310/10/2019 20:37

I've spoken to them directly about this deal. No parking sensors, only …I've spoken to them directly about this deal. No parking sensors, only reverse camera


Not the all round, from above camera?
jamgin10/10/2019 21:02

SUV, a solution looking for problem....


Why is that then? A lot of people prefer the driving posistion, then there's the added practicality.
emsabobs10/10/2019 21:21

Not the all round, from above camera?


Not according to the lease company. Rear only camera, no all round and no sensors. This is literally the base model with a couple of minor options. Still a good deal none the less IMO.
andyb8310/10/2019 21:24

Not according to the lease company. Rear only camera, no all round and no …Not according to the lease company. Rear only camera, no all round and no sensors. This is literally the base model with a couple of minor options. Still a good deal none the less IMO.


Oh definitely but looking at the Nissan website it seems to list front and rear sensors on the acenta premium spec, that’s why I asked.


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emsabobs10/10/2019 21:25

Oh definitely but looking at the Nissan website it seems to list front and …Oh definitely but looking at the Nissan website it seems to list front and rear sensors on the acenta premium spec, that’s why I asked. https://www.nissan.co.uk/vehicles/new-vehicles/qashqai/price-specifications.html#grade-QASHQAIJ11B-1


You may be right then and the leasing company have it wrong. I'd have probably ordered it for my wife this afternoon if I'd known! Thanks.
andyb8310/10/2019 21:28

You may be right then and the leasing company have it wrong. I'd have …You may be right then and the leasing company have it wrong. I'd have probably ordered it for my wife this afternoon if I'd known! Thanks.


So many add on packs now it’s hard to tell what you’re getting but it does look like the sensors are included. They’re listed under safety and security with no asterisk against them. Not too late to order yet is it?
emsabobs10/10/2019 21:31

So many add on packs now it’s hard to tell what you’re getting but it does …So many add on packs now it’s hard to tell what you’re getting but it does look like the sensors are included. They’re listed under safety and security with no asterisk against them. Not too late to order yet is it?


Not too late no. They have a quite a few available at this price all in red. Think they said £17 a month extra for metallic colours too. Might well go for this tomorrow.
andyb8310/10/2019 21:35

Not too late no. They have a quite a few available at this price all in …Not too late no. They have a quite a few available at this price all in red. Think they said £17 a month extra for metallic colours too. Might well go for this tomorrow.


If it’s the solid red that the juke was in, I wasn’t enthralled but then again, it’s only a lease thanks for the info.
ws00710/10/2019 18:49

What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? S …What on earth is is it with these lease deals with only 8000—10000 miles? Surely if you're only going that far you could just use taxis to go to the shops?


Anonymised data on every MOT test in Britain, released by the Department for Transport, shows that cars travelled an average of 7,134 miles in 2017.

So 8,000 would cover the average driver.
Common.Sense10/10/2019 20:05

Wow, people still drive manual cars. Do they have to press a button for …Wow, people still drive manual cars. Do they have to press a button for brake lights to come on?


Depends on the car. If its a sports car i much prefer a manual gearbox.
Too many leasing deals quote low payments due to high deposits and low mileages - when I found this deal the appeal was realistic deposit, fair mileage and no doc fee. Hopefully someone will benefit from it.
Edited by: "enjoys999" 10th Oct
Common.Sense10/10/2019 20:05

Wow, people still drive manual cars. Do they have to press a button for …Wow, people still drive manual cars. Do they have to press a button for brake lights to come on?


The keyword here is "drive" mate.
scaryrobert10/10/2019 19:17

TBF I only averaged 7k per year for the last 3. My lease deal only charged …TBF I only averaged 7k per year for the last 3. My lease deal only charged an extra £70 per 1K miles so not that bad


so anyone know how much you have to pay if you go over the millage?
ws00710/10/2019 22:17

so anyone know how much you have to pay if you go over the millage?


Each company is different but I pay just over 7 pence per mile
Common.Sense10/10/2019 20:05

Wow, people still drive manual cars. Do they have to press a button for …Wow, people still drive manual cars. Do they have to press a button for brake lights to come on?


Yep, a big square button on the floor. But it's ok because the brakes come on automatically when you turn the brake lights on.
y_am_I_buying_this10/10/2019 19:08

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"all the smell people like you"

look I don't mind bad spelling (have trouble myself)
but if you're going to insult people try to get the grammar right or you sound like an idiot.
With these 24 month deals, do you have to service the car at 12 months and before you hand it back at 24 months ?
steve$$$$$11/10/2019 08:25

With these 24 month deals, do you have to service the car at 12 months and …With these 24 month deals, do you have to service the car at 12 months and before you hand it back at 24 months ?



if the service interval is 12months then yes. you may be able to hand it back slightly early to avoid the 24month one.

I don't know what the service interval is on this car
anybody taken this deal to a main dealer to see if they will match it?
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