Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.3 DIG-T 140 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual [Start Stop]  £7521.84 No deposit 1+35 10k PA @ 21st century motors
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Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.3 DIG-T 140 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] £7521.84 No deposit 1+35 10k PA @ 21st century motors

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Posted 11th Oct
Lease deal 1+35 £208.94 pm 10k pa

Total £7521.84

Body Glass
Rear Wiper with Reverse Link
Brakes
AutoHold Function - Stand Still Assist
ESP ABS EBD and Brake Assist
Hill Start Assist
Communication
6 Speakers
AM-FM-CD Audio System with DAB
Bluetooth with Audio Streaming
Smartphone App Integration
USB Port
Doors
Body Coloured Door Mirrors
Electric Heated Auto-Folding Door Mirrors
Front and Rear Electric Windows
Driver Aids
Cruise Control with Speed Limiter
Driver-Passenger-Side and Curtain Airbags
Electric Parking Brake
Front and Rear Seat Belts with Load Limiter and Pretensioners
Front and Rear Seatbelt Warning
Height Adjustable Front Seatbelts
ISOFIX Child Seat Anchoring Points - Rear x2
Leather D Shaped Steering Wheel
Nissan Anti Theft System Immobiliser
Passenger Airbag Deactivation System
Rear Door Child Locks
Rear View Camera
Remote Audio Control
Remote Central Locking with Superlocking
Steering Wheel Mounted Audio Controls
Thatcham Category 1 Alarm
Tilt and Telescopic Steering Wheel
Driver Convenience
AUX Socket for MP3 Player
Front 12v Power Sockets x2
Driver Information
NissanConnect 7in Touchscreen Navigation and Entertainment System
Outside Temperature Sensor
Selectable Steering - Normal or Sport
TPMS - Tyre Pressure Monitoring System
Trip Computer
Engine
Electric Speed-Sensitive Power Steering
Nissan Chassis Controls
Underbody Vortex Generators
Entertainment
Advanced Drive Assist Display - 5 TFT Coloured Screen
Exterior Body Features
Body Coloured Door Handles
Chrome Glass Surround
Rear Roof Spoiler
Exterior Lights
Front Fog Lights
Halogen Headlamps
Intelligent Auto Headlight
LED Daytime Running Lights
Heating/Cooling/Ventilation
Dual Zone Climate Control Air Conditioning
Pollen Filter
Interior Features
3 Height Adjustable Rear Headrests
Auto Wipers
Chrome Interior Door Handles
Daytime Running Lights Dip Function When Turn Signal Applied
Height Adjustable Front Head Restraints
Leather Gear Lever
Leather Knee Pad
Parcel Shelf - Stow Function Under Luggage Board
Piano Black Dash Trim
Interior Lights
Ambient Lighting Around Centre Console
Boot Light
Interior Ambient Lighting
One Touch 4 x Auto Windows with Illuminated Switches
Load Area
Centre Console Storage and Armrest
Front and Rear Door Pockets with Drink Holders
Luggage Board System
Packs
Smart Vision Pack
Paintwork
Paint - Solid - Flame Red
Seats
60-40 Split Rear Folding Seats
Driver Seat Height Adjustment
Drivers Seat with Manual Lumbar Support
Passengers Seat with Manual Lumbar Support
Seats - Passengers Height Adjustment
Trim
Upholstery - Cloth - Graphite Bi-Colour
Wheels
17in Alloy Wheels
Puncture Repair Kit
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I thought this was to buy the car and it may have been a close deal...

£7.5k to lease a cheap nissan pretending to be a big car... What has this site come to...
Agree for a pretty boring Nissan Qashqai it's not a great deal as you can pick these up a couple of years old with low miles for now much more. However leasing as a whole if you like new cars is he way to go, over the last 6 years I have leased over £75k worth of vehicles from a 2 door coupe to a large SUV for just under £15k.

For £15k I could of gone out and bought a brand new fiesta, and yes I would still have it now worth maybe £5k, having spent another £1k on top for tyres, tax and other servicing costs and parts.

And would of been stuck in a Fiesta for 6 years.
Or I could of gone.out and bought a 3 year old Audi, BMW etc for £15k, again 6 years on being 9 years old worth £7k, and running the risk of major problems and massive repair bills, high service cost due to age.
The point I am making is that over a period of time the cost of leasing brand new no hassle vehicles can work out very close to buying new and used vehicles, but with the advantage of having new vehicles every couple of years..

Personally I think leasing is great but you must get the right deal.

Currently have a top spec 3008 with OTR price of £32k, costing me less than £220 per month over 18 months, no deposit. No worries.
Somebody pointed out in the other deal (which is better than this one), that these can be bought out right for £16000. So this deal would be almost 50% of the total price. That does not sound like a good deal.
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I thought this was to buy the car and it may have been a close deal...

£7.5k to lease a cheap nissan pretending to be a big car... What has this site come to...
Chiptivo11/10/2019 19:43

I thought this was to buy the car and it may have been a close deal... …I thought this was to buy the car and it may have been a close deal... £7.5k to lease a cheap nissan pretending to be a big car... What has this site come to...


..........
Somebody pointed out in the other deal (which is better than this one), that these can be bought out right for £16000. So this deal would be almost 50% of the total price. That does not sound like a good deal.
Agree for a pretty boring Nissan Qashqai it's not a great deal as you can pick these up a couple of years old with low miles for now much more. However leasing as a whole if you like new cars is he way to go, over the last 6 years I have leased over £75k worth of vehicles from a 2 door coupe to a large SUV for just under £15k.

For £15k I could of gone out and bought a brand new fiesta, and yes I would still have it now worth maybe £5k, having spent another £1k on top for tyres, tax and other servicing costs and parts.

And would of been stuck in a Fiesta for 6 years.
Or I could of gone.out and bought a 3 year old Audi, BMW etc for £15k, again 6 years on being 9 years old worth £7k, and running the risk of major problems and massive repair bills, high service cost due to age.
The point I am making is that over a period of time the cost of leasing brand new no hassle vehicles can work out very close to buying new and used vehicles, but with the advantage of having new vehicles every couple of years..

Personally I think leasing is great but you must get the right deal.

Currently have a top spec 3008 with OTR price of £32k, costing me less than £220 per month over 18 months, no deposit. No worries.
margamboy11/10/2019 20:10

Agree for a pretty boring Nissan Qashqai it's not a great deal as you can …Agree for a pretty boring Nissan Qashqai it's not a great deal as you can pick these up a couple of years old with low miles for now much more. However leasing as a whole if you like new cars is he way to go, over the last 6 years I have leased over £75k worth of vehicles from a 2 door coupe to a large SUV for just under £15k. For £15k I could of gone out and bought a brand new fiesta, and yes I would still have it now worth maybe £5k, having spent another £1k on top for tyres, tax and other servicing costs and parts.And would of been stuck in a Fiesta for 6 years.Or I could of gone.out and bought a 3 year old Audi, BMW etc for £15k, again 6 years on being 9 years old worth £7k, and running the risk of major problems and massive repair bills, high service cost due to age. The point I am making is that over a period of time the cost of leasing brand new no hassle vehicles can work out very close to buying new and used vehicles, but with the advantage of having new vehicles every couple of years..Personally I think leasing is great but you must get the right deal. Currently have a top spec 3008 with OTR price of £32k, costing me less than £220 per month over 18 months, no deposit. No worries.


Who did you get your 3008 lease from?
Deedie11/10/2019 20:13

Who did you get your 3008 lease from?


UK CarLine were the broker. But it's direct with PSA finance.
margamboy11/10/2019 20:16

UK CarLine were the broker. But it's direct with PSA finance.


Nothing close to that price on there now.
Deedie11/10/2019 20:10

Somebody pointed out in the other deal (which is better than this one), …Somebody pointed out in the other deal (which is better than this one), that these can be bought out right for £16000. So this deal would be almost 50% of the total price. That does not sound like a good deal.


Agree. In general for a lease to be viewed as good value over 3 years with 8 or 10k miles it needs to be no more than 30% of the p11d value. For 2 years 20% is considered good, anything over 25% average.
Not a good deal
Chiptivo11/10/2019 19:43

I thought this was to buy the car and it may have been a close deal... …I thought this was to buy the car and it may have been a close deal... £7.5k to lease a cheap nissan pretending to be a big car... What has this site come to...


You thought you were getting a brand new qashqai for 7.5k. Have a word with yourself
ministrymason11/10/2019 20:46

You thought you were getting a brand new qashqai for 7.5k. Have a word …You thought you were getting a brand new qashqai for 7.5k. Have a word with yourself


No. He was looking for someone to bite. You just obliged him.
ministrymason11/10/2019 20:46

You thought you were getting a brand new qashqai for 7.5k. Have a word …You thought you were getting a brand new qashqai for 7.5k. Have a word with yourself


They cost less £7.5k per unit price to manufacture. Trust me..
Chiptivo11/10/2019 19:43

I thought this was to buy the car and it may have been a close deal... …I thought this was to buy the car and it may have been a close deal... £7.5k to lease a cheap nissan pretending to be a big car... What has this site come to...


Same here lol
Made it Sunderland........

...for a while more.....

.......maybe......
margamboy11/10/2019 20:10

Agree for a pretty boring Nissan Qashqai it's not a great deal as you can …Agree for a pretty boring Nissan Qashqai it's not a great deal as you can pick these up a couple of years old with low miles for now much more. However leasing as a whole if you like new cars is he way to go, over the last 6 years I have leased over £75k worth of vehicles from a 2 door coupe to a large SUV for just under £15k. For £15k I could of gone out and bought a brand new fiesta, and yes I would still have it now worth maybe £5k, having spent another £1k on top for tyres, tax and other servicing costs and parts.And would of been stuck in a Fiesta for 6 years.Or I could of gone.out and bought a 3 year old Audi, BMW etc for £15k, again 6 years on being 9 years old worth £7k, and running the risk of major problems and massive repair bills, high service cost due to age. The point I am making is that over a period of time the cost of leasing brand new no hassle vehicles can work out very close to buying new and used vehicles, but with the advantage of having new vehicles every couple of years..Personally I think leasing is great but you must get the right deal. Currently have a top spec 3008 with OTR price of £32k, costing me less than £220 per month over 18 months, no deposit. No worries.



I agree completly. I always used to buy my cars but the last 3 have been lease deals. Ok I never own a car but so what I get a new car every 3 years, never have a warranty issue as the car is gone by the time the warranty expires. My only 'expense' has been 1 tyre after a puncture.

And looking at the last 3 cars, the amount I've paid in lease costs is far less than I would have paid out in lost depreciation at trade/selling time.

Leaseing is not for everyone, if it suits you then do it. If you prefer to buy a used car and accept all that entails then thats fine too. We are all different and whatever you feel is best for you, then follow that path There is no right way/wrong way to car ownership.
Chiptivo11/10/2019 19:43

I thought this was to buy the car and it may have been a close deal... …I thought this was to buy the car and it may have been a close deal... £7.5k to lease a cheap nissan pretending to be a big car... What has this site come to...


What a wilf......
qprfanbideford12/10/2019 07:29

I agree completly. I always used to buy my cars but the last 3 have been …I agree completly. I always used to buy my cars but the last 3 have been lease deals. Ok I never own a car but so what I get a new car every 3 years, never have a warranty issue as the car is gone by the time the warranty expires. My only 'expense' has been 1 tyre after a puncture. And looking at the last 3 cars, the amount I've paid in lease costs is far less than I would have paid out in lost depreciation at trade/selling time. Leaseing is not for everyone, if it suits you then do it. If you prefer to buy a used car and accept all that entails then thats fine too. We are all different and whatever you feel is best for you, then follow that path There is no right way/wrong way to car ownership.


Do you get servicing included in your leases?
Smartphone App Integration
USB Port
Doors
Body Coloured Door Mirrors

Wow. I’ve always wanted a car with doors.
ministrymason12/10/2019 09:08

Do you get servicing included in your leases?



not at the stated price.

you might be able to add it on at the time of purchase, but it will be extra.
Edited by: "Deedie" 12th Oct
ministrymason12/10/2019 09:08

Do you get servicing included in your leases?



You can but its not always cheaper than a service plan. For example on a Skoda Yeti I paid just £9 a month extra for the service included. On My Renault it was cheaper to buy the 2 year service plan. I guess it depends on the car / manufacturer
The £7.5k probably breaks down as roughly:

£3k for year 1
£2.5k for year 2
£2k for year 3

Personally I'd much rather stick with 2 year leases, and I'm sure there's better deals to be had on nicer cars for £5.5k over 2 years.
Karoqs can be had for under £5k for 2 years, debatable whether it's.a better car, they are SE tech spec so should be fairly similar
SFconvert12/10/2019 12:31

Karoqs can be had for under £5k for 2 years, debatable whether it's.a …Karoqs can be had for under £5k for 2 years, debatable whether it's.a better car, they are SE tech spec so should be fairly similar


Where have you seen a Karoq for under £5k for 2 years? I'm honestly interested in this!
First
Deedie11/10/2019 20:20

Nothing close to that price on there now.


First week of September they had 3 stock vehicles all the same colour and spec.
andyb8312/10/2019 16:20

Where have you seen a Karoq for under £5k for 2 years? I'm honestly …Where have you seen a Karoq for under £5k for 2 years? I'm honestly interested in this!


It's on leasing.com via Lookers. Showing as in stock too. I don't know how genuine it is bit there are a couple of suppliers at that price, 8k miles pa
margamboy11/10/2019 20:10

Agree for a pretty boring Nissan Qashqai it's not a great deal as you can …Agree for a pretty boring Nissan Qashqai it's not a great deal as you can pick these up a couple of years old with low miles for now much more. However leasing as a whole if you like new cars is he way to go, over the last 6 years I have leased over £75k worth of vehicles from a 2 door coupe to a large SUV for just under £15k. For £15k I could of gone out and bought a brand new fiesta, and yes I would still have it now worth maybe £5k, having spent another £1k on top for tyres, tax and other servicing costs and parts.And would of been stuck in a Fiesta for 6 years.Or I could of gone.out and bought a 3 year old Audi, BMW etc for £15k, again 6 years on being 9 years old worth £7k, and running the risk of major problems and massive repair bills, high service cost due to age. The point I am making is that over a period of time the cost of leasing brand new no hassle vehicles can work out very close to buying new and used vehicles, but with the advantage of having new vehicles every couple of years..Personally I think leasing is great but you must get the right deal. Currently have a top spec 3008 with OTR price of £32k, costing me less than £220 per month over 18 months, no deposit. No worries.


I actually did buy a Fiesta for £17.5K a couple weeks ago, 600 miles on it and £6,500 less than it costs new, but that's because it has just about every extra added to it. I like the car I could have leased, maybe I should have leased but I'll keep this car 5+ years easily.
so I am in desperate need of a new car but I really know very little about them. I was thinking paying about 10k for a relatively new car would be a good idea but maybe leasing is a better option. I was looking at golfs, focus, ceeds etc. any help and advice would be appreciated
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