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Nissan Leaf 110kwh N-Connecta 40kwh 24 months Personal Leasing £223/m + £2008 initial, 10k miles - Total £7,365 @ Select Car Leasing
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Nissan Leaf 110kwh N-Connecta 40kwh 24 months Personal Leasing £223/m + £2008 initial, 10k miles - Total £7,365 @ Select Car Leasing

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Posted 10th May
Arrangement/processing fee: £195.00 + VAT * Free for NHS Workers.

Total cost including arrangement fee is £7560
Includes road fund licence.

24 + 5,000 Miles profile available from £199 per month.

Vehicle info:

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Full Electric
Manufacturer OTR: £31,145
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Only 40kWh battery, in case someone is wondering which version that is.
Edited by: "pawciog" 10th May
Pity about the £2k upfront, otherwise a pretty good deal as you will save quite a bit on fuel
slippers197710/05/2020 13:46

Pity about the £2k upfront, otherwise a pretty good deal as you will save …Pity about the £2k upfront, otherwise a pretty good deal as you will save quite a bit on fuel


Agree and you with only 5k Pa
rubbish deal and not the best EV for the same price bracket, it doesnt even have battery thermal management
For 8000 miles per year and 3 months up front its £263 a month. Not bad considering its lease price recently but not good

Couple this with Octopus GO tariff of 5p per kw for night charging and those 8000 miles will use 2000KWs @5p per kw + £100. Thats £200 for the 2 years. Now if you switch just your electricity to Octopus using a referral code form an existing customer you get a £50 credit to your account. So the net cost of power for driving 20,000 miles would be approx £150 total. Just over £6 YES just £6 per month

So for 2 years motoring costs - car and fuel - to do 8000 miles each year would cost you £790 up front and then a total of £270 a month.

A petrol car doing say 10 miles per litre, even at todays crazy low petrol prices, would cost over £800 each year just for the petrol, so approx £70 a month just for the fuel.

I have the Tekna Leaf and I'm paying much more for my lease, but the running costs are minimal. The car is a joy to drive. Having switched to Octopus myself, coupled with my solar panels, my fuel cost last year, this year and next is probably zero thanks to the £50 credit I received on switching.

The Leaf isnt the best EV out there and its has some flaws but its a bloody good car and would adequately suit most everyone out there whos looking for an EV and who doesnt want to pay through the nose for a Model 3 or ID 3 or who doesnt want to wait 12-18 months for a Kona or Niro
MrMoonX10/05/2020 14:57

rubbish deal and not the best EV for the same price bracket, it doesnt …rubbish deal and not the best EV for the same price bracket, it doesnt even have battery thermal management



No it does not but unless you need to drive more than 250-300 miles a day (starting full and then 2 rapid charges on the journey) the lack of thermal management will not affect you.

The average journey each day in the UK is just 12 miles per day according to a National survey in 2019.

Sure if you do hundreds of miles a day, every day and loads of motorway driving at top speed, every day, the Leaf 40 will most likely not be the best car for you.

But for 90% of drivers it will suit them absolutely fine with no worries or problems whatsoever.

I've had a Leaf Tekna 40 kw for over 2 years and have never had a problem with rapid charging / no battery thermal management.
Edited by: "qprfanbideford" 11th May
slippers197710/05/2020 13:46

Pity about the £2k upfront, otherwise a pretty good deal as you will save …Pity about the £2k upfront, otherwise a pretty good deal as you will save quite a bit on fuel


Someone going to tell him how leasing works?
ezzer7210/05/2020 15:39

Someone going to tell him how leasing works?



Pay a smaller up front and pay more each month. The total cost is the same. Personally i would prefer the 3 months up front deal to the 9 months. Different deals for differing needs,.
daniellndn10/05/2020 15:47

Smug?


It always grinds my gears when people complain about the size of the advance payment - it all adds up to the money needed to lease the car, it's not some kind of scam.
Out of interest... if I bought a 2018 Leaf Tekna for 20k or 21k and ran it for 2 years, would it have depreciated by this much?

Interested by your thoughts. Cheers.
dangermoose510/05/2020 23:01

Out of interest... if I bought a 2018 Leaf Tekna for 20k or 21k and ran it …Out of interest... if I bought a 2018 Leaf Tekna for 20k or 21k and ran it for 2 years, would it have depreciated by this much?Interested by your thoughts. Cheers.


Best way of answering this yourself would be to do a quick AutoTrader UK search. 2018 cars with a 20k mileage limit. Then you'd have your answer, with evidence..
19k odd... were they available for 20k or 21k though?
Foxy10/05/2020 23:09

Best way of answering this yourself would be to do a quick AutoTrader UK …Best way of answering this yourself would be to do a quick AutoTrader UK search. 2018 cars with a 20k mileage limit. Then you'd have your answer, with evidence..


Yes, I have done similar, but it isn't a very accurate predictor.

I guess for buyers who can access the money, the answer is it is better to buy 2nd hand unless you wanted a 2020 model.
Not worth £2K deposit,.....Good deal withouth the deposit.....!
ezzer7210/05/2020 16:20

It always grinds my gears when people complain about the size of the …It always grinds my gears when people complain about the size of the advance payment - it all adds up to the money needed to lease the car, it's not some kind of scam.


I understand however some aren't familiar. I am personally not a fan of leasing however my parents are. My budget is buying second hand and praying during its MOT each year. If I remember, Nissan leaf did once offer 1 month free "test drives" when they were new. Availability was very scarce though.
Edited by: "daniellndn" 11th May
daniellndn11/05/2020 11:49

I understand however some aren't familiar. I am personally not a fan of …I understand however some aren't familiar. I am personally not a fan of leasing however my parents are. My budget is buying second hand and praying during its MOT each year. If I remember, Nissan leaf did once offer 1 month free "test drives" when they were new. Availability was very scarce though.

I’m the same as you, however, taking your old banger to a local authority testing centre reduces risk of failure massively. Mine passed with some advisories last time round. Always does!
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