Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.5 dCi 110 N-Connecta 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] [Pan Roof] - £18,393 @ New Car Deal
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Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.5 dCi 110 N-Connecta 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] [Pan Roof] - £18,393 @ New Car Deal

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Found 3rd JunEdited by:"philipkole"
Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.5 dCi 110 N-Connecta 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] [Pan Roof]

Saving £8212.00 from the list price of £26605.00

Available in metallic INK BLUE only!! Brand new, 18 plate, 2nd
registered keeper on logbook, immediate V5 release, cars registered on
31/03/18. Car is re-taxed so that end user gets a car with 12 months
road tax
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Gerry44003 h, 3 m ago

Why does it link to a used car search, that is why it is £8K less. Your …Why does it link to a used car search, that is why it is £8K less. Your title is for a new car, you would have similar price reductions on all car makes and nearly new used models.


The deal link takes you to a new car.

List Price of these are shocking, anyone who pays the on the road price must be mad, we were looking recently for a new car and couldn’t believe how much they lost after 6 months. a friend tried to get us to buy with the friends and family scheme but even with the discount you were better buying a 4 month old one, think when we were looking it was £11,000 in depreciation in A few months.
Edited by: "eslick" 3rd Jun
Bought 2 for eBay. Cheers OP
eslick1 h, 45 m ago

The deal link takes you to a new car. Price of these are shocking, anyone …The deal link takes you to a new car. Price of these are shocking, anyone who pays the on the road price must be mad, we were looking recently for a new car and couldn’t believe how much they lost after 6 months. a friend tried to get us to buy with the friends and family scheme but even with the discount you were better buying a 4 month old one, think when we were looking it was £11,000 in depreciation in A few months.


The recommended retail price is a government scam so they can clobber the worker who has to have a company car to do their job. Even if the manufacture is giving huge discounts off the R.R.P. the p11d value will never reflect this. Maybe one day someone will prove that the government are screwing us illegally and they have to give us our money back.(mad)
Never a nissan again👎👎👎. Worst car i have ever owned. Bad customer service. Really bad dealers. Terrible car. And dont get me started on the tractor noise the diesel Renault engine makes. Honestly the whole experience has put me off nissan forever.
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Decent saving that. Good find imo
Gerry44003 h, 3 m ago

Why does it link to a used car search, that is why it is £8K less. Your …Why does it link to a used car search, that is why it is £8K less. Your title is for a new car, you would have similar price reductions on all car makes and nearly new used models.


The deal link takes you to a new car.

List Price of these are shocking, anyone who pays the on the road price must be mad, we were looking recently for a new car and couldn’t believe how much they lost after 6 months. a friend tried to get us to buy with the friends and family scheme but even with the discount you were better buying a 4 month old one, think when we were looking it was £11,000 in depreciation in A few months.
Edited by: "eslick" 3rd Jun
Brad7108153 m ago

Decent saving that. Good find imo



Agreed
Yup. Great price for a great car. Heat!
eslick32 m ago

The deal link takes you to a new car. Price of these are shocking, anyone …The deal link takes you to a new car. Price of these are shocking, anyone who pays the on the road price must be mad, we were looking recently for a new car and couldn’t believe how much they lost after 6 months. a friend tried to get us to buy with the friends and family scheme but even with the discount you were better buying a 4 month old one, think when we were looking it was £11,000 in depreciation in A few months.


Yeah I'm on a PCP for a Ford Kuga at the moment and I'm half way through. Won't be doing it again, shocking loss of value in 3 years, although it will be a good price when I come to buy it.
I have this exact car, 2 years into a 3 year lease. I would recommend it.
Great family car at an. Affordable price. Heat from me
Nice car for the money was hoping there's a decent X trail deal coming up .Time to trade in the nismo rs for something bigger.Really like the new interior.
£26000 list price
Decent deal. I posted the 1.2 petrol for £16,995 recently which got some good feedback. Car has arrived and very happy with it.

This is the same company that I went through as well.
Edited by: "Ricky" 3rd Jun
love my qashqai. brillaint car
Hi.

I'm in the process of looking for a new car and this one was on my list but I was looking at getting one around 2 or 3 years old... but the price of this for a brand new one seems a decent deal. I'm just wondering why they can sell it so 'cheap'. I've also never heard of this company? Also can you only find out more about the deal by calling them, as in does it have satnav? I would appreciate anyone who could give feedback if they've used this company before and how it works. Thanks !
ht2468 m ago

Hi. I'm in the process of looking for a new car and this one was on my …Hi. I'm in the process of looking for a new car and this one was on my list but I was looking at getting one around 2 or 3 years old... but the price of this for a brand new one seems a decent deal. I'm just wondering why they can sell it so 'cheap'. I've also never heard of this company? Also can you only find out more about the deal by calling them, as in does it have satnav? I would appreciate anyone who could give feedback if they've used this company before and how it works. Thanks !


Basically it pre registered so no vat is paid by you
It might help people, if you put pre-registered in the title. As in some people calling it 2nd hand others new.

You will be the second registered keeper, so even though the car is relatively new it is concidered used and may effect resale value when you come to sell it.
eslick1 h, 25 m ago

The deal link takes you to a new car. Price of these are shocking, anyone …The deal link takes you to a new car. Price of these are shocking, anyone who pays the on the road price must be mad, we were looking recently for a new car and couldn’t believe how much they lost after 6 months. a friend tried to get us to buy with the friends and family scheme but even with the discount you were better buying a 4 month old one, think when we were looking it was £11,000 in depreciation in A few months.


Totally agree!!!
Bought 2 for eBay. Cheers OP
eslick1 h, 37 m ago

The deal link takes you to a new car. Price of these are shocking, anyone …The deal link takes you to a new car. Price of these are shocking, anyone who pays the on the road price must be mad, we were looking recently for a new car and couldn’t believe how much they lost after 6 months. a friend tried to get us to buy with the friends and family scheme but even with the discount you were better buying a 4 month old one, think when we were looking it was £11,000 in depreciation in A few months.


I'm confused/stupid. What do you actually mean its a depreciation of £11,000 in a few months? I want to believe that's the price it's worth in a few months, but actually think you mean that's the actual drop in price over a few months, which would make this a 7K car.

The 'old' 2012 Qashqai's still do around 8 grand at 72,000+ miles. Why would this drop to £11,000 or at worst £7,000.

Apologies if I sound completely fick, but that comment has really thrown me off. I own a Qashqai, I'm looking at pushing towards an X-Trail next, and just wondered if there was something I should be worried about that the market isn't telling me.
BuzzDuraband6 m ago

I'm confused/stupid. What do you actually mean its a depreciation of …I'm confused/stupid. What do you actually mean its a depreciation of £11,000 in a few months? I want to believe that's the price it's worth in a few months, but actually think you mean that's the actual drop in price over a few months, which would make this a 7K car.The 'old' 2012 Qashqai's still do around 8 grand at 72,000+ miles. Why would this drop to £11,000 or at worst £7,000.Apologies if I sound completely fick, but that comment has really thrown me off. I own a Qashqai, I'm looking at pushing towards an X-Trail next, and just wondered if there was something I should be worried about that the market isn't telling me.


11k quoted was for a different car/make, I think.
Edited by: "philipkole" 3rd Jun
eslick1 h, 45 m ago

The deal link takes you to a new car. Price of these are shocking, anyone …The deal link takes you to a new car. Price of these are shocking, anyone who pays the on the road price must be mad, we were looking recently for a new car and couldn’t believe how much they lost after 6 months. a friend tried to get us to buy with the friends and family scheme but even with the discount you were better buying a 4 month old one, think when we were looking it was £11,000 in depreciation in A few months.


The recommended retail price is a government scam so they can clobber the worker who has to have a company car to do their job. Even if the manufacture is giving huge discounts off the R.R.P. the p11d value will never reflect this. Maybe one day someone will prove that the government are screwing us illegally and they have to give us our money back.(mad)
philipkole3rd Jun

11k quoted was for a different car/make, I think.


But after the link issue, the comment was "Price of these are shocking"
Never a nissan again👎👎👎. Worst car i have ever owned. Bad customer service. Really bad dealers. Terrible car. And dont get me started on the tractor noise the diesel Renault engine makes. Honestly the whole experience has put me off nissan forever.
Personally I think leasing is the way to go. Not the balloon payment nonsense, just per month - with maintenance - and then get a new one.
ALBO4EVER1 m ago

Never a nissan again👎👎👎. Worst car i have ever owned. Bad …Never a nissan again👎👎👎. Worst car i have ever owned. Bad customer service. Really bad dealers. Terrible car. And dont get me started on the tractor noise the diesel Renault engine makes. Honestly the whole experience has put me off nissan forever.


And Renault electrics.
AgentDaleCooper9 m ago

Personally I think leasing is the way to go. Not the balloon payment …Personally I think leasing is the way to go. Not the balloon payment nonsense, just per month - with maintenance - and then get a new one.


Agree but get without maintenance as almost everything is covered by warranty in first three years.
I have a 2016 Tekna QQ. Wont buy another, i also thought it good value for the money at the time.
Blue-tooth hands free dialling has been disabled on all these new model cars, lots of people complain about it on the forums.
They QQ rattles a lot after a few months or 2, not very well screwed together.
The Media centre screen resolution is very low & is the same as previous models.The sat nav with new maps is usually 2 years out of date. No Apple or Goggle car play.
Engines are very underpowered, 1.6 Diesel is the biggest & has 130 bhp.
The paint is very soft, so the car chips / marks easily.
The diamond cut wheels corrode very quickly. I have had 3 replaced so far, the car is only 2 years old.
The engines all need a service every 12 months unlike a lot of modern cars that can go up to 2 years depending on mileage.
Only 3 years warranty.

So, as a owner for 2 years I would say buy the Seat Ateca
BuzzDuraband43 m ago

But after the link issue, the comment was "Price of these are shocking"


The on the road price is £27k we saw ones 4 months old down recently down to £16k even less with more miles on. So if someone paid full price, which some do they would lose the £11k, nissans friends and family price when we looked was around £22k for the same car. So drive it away and in 4 months it would loose £6k but this deal already has its main hit taken out of it but still in a few months it will drop another couple of grand. Around our way there are so many on the Nissan scheme which you would think gives a good indication of the price you should pay at dealers but still would hate to think I had been one of their friends and family and lost that sort of money.
Edited by: "eslick" 3rd Jun
ALBO4EVER24 m ago

Never a nissan again👎👎👎. Worst car i have ever owned. Bad …Never a nissan again👎👎👎. Worst car i have ever owned. Bad customer service. Really bad dealers. Terrible car. And dont get me started on the tractor noise the diesel Renault engine makes. Honestly the whole experience has put me off nissan forever.


I think all manufactures probably have a bad dealer or two. My Nissan dealer is really very good and the sound insulation certainly keeps the interior quite, compared to to my previous Honda HRV which was noisy, so I don't find that an issue. Mines done 46,000 in 18 month and needed a battery, PDF sensor pipes, dual mass flywheel and a gear selector so not the greatest but a pleasure to drive compared to the Honda.
eslick3 m ago

The on the road price is £27k we saw ones 4 months old down recently down …The on the road price is £27k we saw ones 4 months old down recently down to £16k even less with more miles on. So if someone paid full price, which some do they would lose the £11k, nissans friends and family price when we looked was around £22k for the same car. So drive it away and in r months it would loose £6k but this already has its main hit taken out of it.


It depends on when you sell. Depreciation curve is steep at first but then slows down. Used Qashqais a few years old still hold value quite well, so keep it for a few years and it shouldn’t be any worse than other cars.
RobMotoring5 m ago

It depends on when you sell. Depreciation curve is steep at first but then …It depends on when you sell. Depreciation curve is steep at first but then slows down. Used Qashqais a few years old still hold value quite well, so keep it for a few years and it shouldn’t be any worse than other cars.


Think if you compare them they still take a big hit against other manufacturers but you are right the curve is steep but as we all know you never buy a new car if you worry about depreciation.

what gets me really is the friends and family discount, they make it out as a major saving but reality is it just reduces the depreciation.
BuzzDuraband51 m ago

I'm confused/stupid. What do you actually mean its a depreciation of …I'm confused/stupid. What do you actually mean its a depreciation of £11,000 in a few months? I want to believe that's the price it's worth in a few months, but actually think you mean that's the actual drop in price over a few months, which would make this a 7K car.The 'old' 2012 Qashqai's still do around 8 grand at 72,000+ miles. Why would this drop to £11,000 or at worst £7,000.Apologies if I sound completely fick, but that comment has really thrown me off. I own a Qashqai, I'm looking at pushing towards an X-Trail next, and just wondered if there was something I should be worried about that the market isn't telling me.


Well technically if you buy this car at £18393 it has already lost £8212 over MSRP.
I have a Tekna 1.5. Build quality is poor and the infotainment is from the 80s. Good fuel economy mind.
ALBO4EVER40 m ago

Never a nissan again👎👎👎. Worst car i have ever owned. Bad …Never a nissan again👎👎👎. Worst car i have ever owned. Bad customer service. Really bad dealers. Terrible car. And dont get me started on the tractor noise the diesel Renault engine makes. Honestly the whole experience has put me off nissan forever.


I had a Nissan many years ago, before they merged with Renault. Their dealership ethos was bleed the customer dry.
AgentDaleCooper43 m ago

Personally I think leasing is the way to go. Not the balloon payment …Personally I think leasing is the way to go. Not the balloon payment nonsense, just per month - with maintenance - and then get a new one.


I lease my car but recently bought the Qashqai for my wife. With £8k off the purchase price you can keep it for a year and still sell at a decent enough price to cover what the lease would have cost.
hisqwertyness20 m ago

I think all manufactures probably have a bad dealer or two. My Nissan …I think all manufactures probably have a bad dealer or two. My Nissan dealer is really very good and the sound insulation certainly keeps the interior quite, compared to to my previous Honda HRV which was noisy, so I don't find that an issue. Mines done 46,000 in 18 month and needed a battery, PDF sensor pipes, dual mass flywheel and a gear selector so not the greatest but a pleasure to drive compared to the Honda.


That just shows how bad nissan cars are. Apart from gear selector I had all the issues you had and more. I have gone to 3 nissan dealers. Sensor pipe went just after warranty. Nissans great dealers wanted £330 to replace a tiny pipe. Apparently they never heard other nissans to have the dpf pipe issue.
Ism109 m ago

I had a Nissan many years ago, before they merged with Renault. Their …I had a Nissan many years ago, before they merged with Renault. Their dealership ethos was bleed the customer dry.


Yeah i bet. When under warranty they never check or do the work. I think they must have it as a policy. Unless customer tells them of an issue they need to tick all boxes as ok. Once warranty runs out then its a different ball game. Thats Nissan
Ink blue is a purple colour and not as shown in the op
thankshotdeals3rd Jun

Agree but get without maintenance as almost everything is covered by …Agree but get without maintenance as almost everything is covered by warranty in first three years.


Yeah, I was thinking more servicing and tyres but you're right
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