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Nissan Leaf Tekna in Red PCH Lease 6k/year £281.07 x 1 + 23 plus £250 fee £6995.68 @ Willow Leasing
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Nissan Leaf Tekna in Red PCH Lease 6k/year £281.07 x 1 + 23 plus £250 fee £6995.68 @ Willow Leasing

Not really, as I do 95% of my miles in electric, that's why I went from Diesel to Petrol, I didn't buy it for fuel economy, I bought it for the 374bhp, it's a second car that will do probably 100-200 miles a month, the leaf does about 1500. Although I can nurse 40mpg out of it in optimal conditions I can also get it down to 20mpg driven hard (shock)


Yes we are all entitled to our own opinions, and I am not trying to set standards for others so please get off your high horse. At no time have I suggested that 'one' simply turns up and assumes that one can charge at a 'guests' house. Thats totally unacceptable. Anyone with manners would have asked their guests beforehand and, if given permission, would make the necessary arrangements for charging and make the appropriate recompense. If you would find it 'self-entitled' or 'difficult' then thats your opinion/problem. As more and more people buy an EV then this sort of occurence will slowly, over the coming years, become 'normal'.


Don't You think that's great though? Look how much the gap gas closed between petrols and diesels? 10 years ago you'd have been looking at 25 mpg for a 3ltr petrol engine. It's the clever tech that makes it all possible - petrols acting like diesels under low load conditions. If you've got a reasonably powerful car, after a short bout of acceleration up a slip road and onto the motorway, the car is barely ticking over maintaining motorway speeds - and that's where the efficiency kicks in.


I feel proper mugged off now, wait till I call up the dealer! I'll be telling him he sold me old tech. I'll also be having a word with "Honest John" he reckons the Polo does 37mpg. I've barely driven this car due to lockdown but the 335d was epic, 4.7 to 60 and 40mpg, this one I think will scrape 40mpg under grandad conditions but it quicker and sounds way nicer....


It's a very good car - at its price point. I chose it because it's relatively quick, fun to drive, well equipped and residuals are decent. Bought outright at a decent discount new, it'll cost me about £220 a month in depreciation over the 3 or 4 years I'll probably have it. I did consider the BMW 135 as it's a reasonable looker now (last gen is hideous and impractical with very little room in the back), and we don't need a huge car. BMW residuals are pretty poor in the short term, i'd never buy a new one unless I got at least 25% discount. Notice my emphasis on fun, above. I used to have a Golf R. It was very fast but dull to drive, way too planted. I suspect a 340 suffers from the same dull to drive save for 3 seconds of insane acceleration on the move. I prefer my Polo.

Nissan Qashqai1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium Automatic £5,649.36 at
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Nissan Qashqai Hatchback1.3 DiG-T 160 Acenta Premium 5dr DCT Automatic Includes Metallic paint No admin fee 1+23 (5000) - £235.39 1+23 (8000) - £248.26 1+23 (10,000) - £256.53

Agreed, my 1.2 auto tekna didnt hit 10k before needing a new engine - 71 days off the road!


Was it the diesel engine? My 9 year old Qashqai does 60mpg combined, over 70mpg on motorway? If so, how did you managed that? ;)


It never was available, they draw you in and then pitch you something far more expensive




Same ... Emailed them. This offer is no longer available.

LEGO 76896 Speed Champions Nissan GT-R NISMO Racer Toy with Racing Driver Minifigure at Amazon for £12.99 Prime (+£4.49 non Prime)
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Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
This will look great next to the Audi everyone got the other day! The Nissan GT-R NISMO (76896) has fans all over the world and holds the record for the fastest drift. Now fans o… Read more


Missed that I will delete


Lego 76896 Speed Champions Nissan GT-R cheapest yet £12.99 Amazon Prime / £17.48 Non Prime
Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
Lowest price yet (if you have prime)

Unless it was warehouse deal and state repackaged then you are telling porkies.


Ordered this from Amazon and it arrived in a poly bag & slightly crushed. They then sent a replacement which came in a brown paper bag and it arrived crushed completely flat. Given up buying Lego from Amazon now


There are only a couple of printed pieces (the bonnet is the only significant print), the rest are stickers.


Do these sets have many stickers or mainly printed pieces?


I am so tempted to get this, never purchased any lego sets myself but I love JDM/Japanese cars, might order this for myself, heat OP! I am turning 27 next week, never too late to start lego I guess lol

New Nissan Qashqai Hatchback 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta [Glass Roof Pack] 5dr £17,305 / £17,880 with metallic @ Nationwidecars
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
New Nissan Qashqai Hatchback 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta [Glass Roof Pack] 5dr 29% discount. Based on paint solid (metallic extra) and comfortably beats Whatcar? target price of £24.2k -… Read more

Great find - just ordered for the missus. They only have metallic left


very good price. you get issues on cars twice and more the price. Also most car leases cost approx £6K for 2 years, so this seems just as good. At a guess i assume this car will cost £2-3K at the end of 6 years.


we have a 1.5dci - the dpf on these things is complete and utter crap - mrs spent best part of £1500 sorting it out, I've got it fixed now and it drives so much nicer! :)


Good turbo on the 1.3, feels alot nicer IMO. I test drove the 160 BHP & found it more than enough. The 140 was great for my needs!


I had the 1.5 for 2 years and loved it now I'm looking at the 1.3 but was a little worried. Does it feel nicer or the same? Was worries about power going up hill also.

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

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!


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.


Not worth £2K deposit,.....Good deal withouth the deposit.....!


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.


19k odd... were they available for 20k or 21k though?

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LEGO 76896 Speed Champions Nissan GT-R NISMO £14.40 + £3.95 del at Argos
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
This 2020 Speed champion is also down 20% time to get them if you don't already have them. normally £18 Looks like all the new lego speed champions sets are reduced. https://www.… Read more

My Mrs looks more like a GT-R than this.


Same price on Amazon. Just depends if you want it delivering or not? Might want to collect it from Sainsbury's during your essential shopping trip. (y)


Cheaper on amazon


It’s free collection if your Argos is inside a Sainsbury’s


Got this sat on my desk :)

FREE Build a 370z papercraft guide via Nissan Japan
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Download the pdf, print and construct a 370z or any other model in Nissans range. Happy folding...

Jaguar XKR Jaguar E-Type


I tried, it went OK but could have been better Nissan


Datsun 120Y


I was going to post Datsun Cherry but thought I'd try for something more contemporary!


I was hoping for a Sunny or Bluebird version :(

Nissan Offering FREE Car / Vehicle loan for NHS
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Posted 21st AprPosted 21st Apr
Proper awesome freebie for NHS from Nissan. And I do mean awesome. I genuinely think this is the most excellent of 'offers' that I've seen any merchant do for the amazing NHS. Rig… Read more
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I got mine 2 weeks ago. How long are people being allowed to keep them?


Happy to see some branches are making this available. Hoping to hear for mine :D


Thank you Nissan got it mine today with free insurance and recovery


Nope, nothing. I registered the same night as well. Where are you based? I’m in the sunny Glasgow (lol)


Has anyone had any luck getting one of these cars? I registered when it was first advertised, but as yet, nothing.

29% discount for various Nissan parts and accessories online
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Posted 28th FebPosted 28th Feb
29% discount for various Nissan parts and accessories online
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Yeah I tried on car mats and didn't work


Unfortunately not working on tow bars - pity!

FREE 1 Year RAC European Roadside Assistance Worth £123 When you get your Nissan vehicle MOT at a Nissan Dealership
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FREE 1 Year RAC European Roadside Assistance Worth £123 When you get your Nissan vehicle MOT at a Nissan Dealership
I wouldn't usually get an MOT done at a dealership as it is much cheaper elsewhere, but I was looking to renew my roadside cover which I was getting for free whilst having my servi… Read more

On the Juke there is no rear key operated hatch lock, its solenoid operated so it cant be overridden by a key from outside. I'm not the only person with this issue, many Juke and Note owners are suffering the same fault. Its not as though hatchbacks are a new concept, on my 20 year old Vectra they have the same setup but the wiring used was designed for durability, alas Nissan fall short in there use of quality wiring.




Ralph, any vehicle ought have a puff or 3 of graphite powder in the locks annually to help facilitate smoother function, whilst not saying it wasnt cruddy wire, the graphite powder (at under a quid delivered from ali-express) helps take the tension out of lock mechanisms... worth wandering around the home etc & using in window / conservatory locks etc after usin it on your vehicles for smoother movement in the keyhole & catches.


They must know you are going to need roadside assistance if you drive a Nissan (shock)


This breakdown service included with servicing came in handy when my Nissan Juke's boot refused to open. The breakdown man said they have had alot of calls due to the crappy wire boot harness breaking. The wires are so poor that every time you open and close the hatch they weaken and eventually snap. Apparently it was a Renault based cost saving that now renders all Jukes with limited lifespan due to penny pinching accountants reducing the quality of the wire used in the car. My previous Nissan's never had these issues, wont buy another one that's for sure.

Nissan Leaf Hatchback 110kW Acenta 40kWh 5dr Auto [6.6kw Charger] £253.06 per month / £6073.50 total at What Car? Leasing
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Nissan Leaf Hatchback 110kW Acenta 40kWh 5dr Auto [6.6kw Charger] £253.06 per month / £6073.50 total at What Car? Leasing
£6,073.50£6,454.726%What Car? Leasing Deals
I was looking at the Willow Leasing deal, but then stumbled across this one. My first post. Can't tell if it includes anything else.. Nissan Leaf Hatchback 110kW Acenta 40kWh 5dr… Read more
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Ovo does ev everywhere tariff with free charger if you qualify for government grant. has all the charging points with live updates


Its not the first leaf that I own but the best so far, well its not really a new leaf as they call it but to me more like face lift version of the previous one. Its still better, range has slightly improved over 30kwh leaf I have previously owned but range isn’t an issue as I have 13mile trip to work where I can charge at no cost. Think I could make 140miles per charge depending on conditions. It virtually cost me nothing to run in electricity so saves me £80 a month in fuel and pleasure to drive in comparison to my other manual petrol.


Excellent price. Now that you've had a little time with the car any early thoughts? More importantly what's your experience with range?


Any recommendations on: 1) home chargers 2) energy suppliers 2) phone app for charging stations when away :/


No you haven’t missed anything, thats the deal I am getting, no upfront cost, could of been cheaper if I went for red colour. Best part is they are in stock with 2-3 week’s delivery, getting mine on Tuesday

Pre Reg 2020 NISSAN PCP QASHQAI AUTO 1.3 DiG-T 160 Tekna+ DCT (£3481x1 £300pmx35) 10k mpa £13981 PCP @ New-Car-Discount
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Pre Reg 2020 NISSAN PCP QASHQAI AUTO 1.3 DiG-T 160 Tekna+ DCT (£3481x1 £300pmx35) 10k mpa £13981 PCP @ New-Car-Discount
Nissan price£31,969 Saving cash price £9234 On the road £22,735 (-28%) Deposit £3,481 APR 5.9% Total charge for credit £2,670.76 Optional Final Amount £11,424.76 Total Amount Repay… Read more

Terrible deal


i think lease and contract hire are the same thing. PCP you have the option to buy with a final payment. Leasing usually does not have the option to buy, however some companies to do offer this at the end of the term.


People think this is too much qash


what's the difference between lease, pcp and contract hire? you don't own the car after any of those


Long may many people believe the above. It helps stealers make big profits so they can occasionally give good lease and second hand deals to the few.

Nissan Leaf N-Connecta in White PCH Lease 10k/year £258.53 x 1 + 23 plus £250 fee £6454.72 @ WIllow Leasing
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Nissan Leaf N-Connecta in White PCH Lease 10k/year £258.53 x 1 + 23 plus £250 fee £6454.72 @ WIllow Leasing
Cars need to be registered by end of January and delivered within 90 Days. Includes White Arctic paint which is normally a paid option N-Connecta on a 1+23 6kpa = £232.72 + £250 f… Read more

Coming up to 3 weeks with the Leaf and really happy with it. Lots of new toys onboard to get used to. The Facebook group "UK Nissan Leaf Owners" was a big help for stuff that isn't in the manual. The only bugbear is the remote control app. It's still not fully activated despite tons of emails to Nissan UK. No regrets though. How's everyone else getting on with their new Leafs (Leaves?).


Thanks :) Yes, via BACS. I thought the same at the time, but it all worked out OK. Later on in the process I had to complete another transfer for the first month's rental and a DD form for the other 23 payments.


Good news that you finally got the car. Just a quick question - did you pay the leasing broker fee via bank transfer? they are asking me to and it is a bit unusual.


Tuesday's delivery didn't happen either! To be fair, their excuse of flooding and road closures near Birmingham was reasonable. I had a call from the delivery driver last night, promising to get the car to my house by 08:30 this morning. This plan worked well for me as it was the only way I could get to work, having sold my old car last night to avoid losing the buyer. At 08:30 today my phone rang. It was the driver telling me he was outside! Unfortunately, he was at a village 10 miles away, despite having the correct postcode. Not sure what happened there. 40 minutes later the car really was on my drive and all the anxiety of the last few days melted away. Lovely car, very nice to drive, worth the wait! I phoned Willow later on, they were apologetic and said this sometimes happens when an offer is very popular.


How interesting. I only ordered on Friday and they said that only Gun Metal and Black were available. I wonder if some people had cancelled their order for Gun Metal.

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
£4,985.72Yes Lease Deals
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 P… Read more
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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! :o


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


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.


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..


Just buy a car outright (confused)

NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr [Glass Roof Pack] £16,998 @ New Car Discount
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NISSAN QASHQAI 1.3 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr [Glass Roof Pack] £16,998 @ New Car Discount
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Good saving on the popular NISSAN QASHQAI Hatchback - now SAVIING 32% off list price with free UK delivery & 3yrs warranty. Cars are 31st october 2019/69 pre registered zero mi… Read more
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I have one of these and the 1.3 feels a lot more powerful than the old 1.2. It’ll never break any land speed records but somehow they manage to get enough oomph for the size of the car and enough I think to shatter the old thinking that 1.3 is only for small cars. I’ve had cars with far bigger engines and less power.


which is nicer, Tucson or Qashqai ?


Wife has had the 1.3 Auto for 12 months in Tekna+ and done nearly 10k miles. Been impressed so far, having owned the old auto box from 2014 to 2016 this in 1.3 is a big improvement. Didn't have any reliability issues with that one either. My daily driver is a BMW 435 xdrive and I have recently been taking the Qashqai out more when my wife isn't using it. The Qashqai is not what people would call a 'drivers car' however it does everything I have asked of it really well! We purchased from - no issues, very please we did as we saved loads compared to next cheapest.


A friend of mine had warned me about them, but we was doing a 2hr motorway journey (4hrs there and back) a minimum of three times a week and very little round town use as we have another car so I wasn't too worried....Safe to say I also won't be touching a diesel ever again.


Particle filters are the reason I'd never buy another diesel car, sales people fail to tell you that any car with a particle filter is no good for round the town and short journey driving, I had bother with a Passat that had one was only when I did a bit of research that I found out you have to be doing motorway miles to regen them

Nissan qashqai hatchback 1.3 premium DCT 5DR £9400.88 Leasing Options
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Nissan qashqai hatchback 1.3 premium DCT 5DR £9400.88 Leasing Options
£255.58 x 36 months = £9200.88 + £200 processing fee £9400.88 / 36 average £261.13 per month. 10k miles. Road tax included. Price may be cheaper else where but leasing options offe… Read more

Way too expensive


Zen Auto do this, on the same terms, for £999.28 less:


Yeah, I am sure this is one of the cheaper bigger cars to lease too. Seen 24 months 8k miles p/a for as little as 150pm


9k is a lot for this car. No wonder everyone voted Cold

Nissan Leaf Hatch Elec 40kWh Tekna PCH - Total £7,581.32 (Deposit - £2,047.90 + £300 fee + 23 months at £227.54, 10k M pa) @ Yes Lease
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Nissan Leaf Hatch Elec 40kWh Tekna PCH - Total £7,581.32 (Deposit - £2,047.90 + £300 fee + 23 months at £227.54, 10k M pa) @ Yes Lease
£7,581.32Yes Lease Deals
A great deal on a high speck leaf The 2019 Leaf needs little introduction. It is highly rated (…eaf ), reasonably fast with 150bhp and 0-62 at 7.9sec and 168M real… Read more

Initial Rental of£1,098.66 (excl. VAT) Processing Fee£165.00 (excl. VAT) Transaction Fee£0.00 StandardDelivery:£0.00 (excl. VAT) Followed by 23 rentals of£183.11 (excl. VAT)


How much was the NConnect


I ordered a n-connecta on Thursday from a different broker with delivery expected in early Feb. So you need to speak to your broker and they can find out what is in stock and for which colour/model


This was classed as in stock last week when I was enquiring


Apologies if I've missed it, but what was the lead time on this deal? The last one was May availability, which put me off.

Nissan Leaf lease deal @ Mad Sheep Leasing - £1,879.13 Up Front / 9+23 payments of £3,882.17 / Total Cost: £5,761.39
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Nissan Leaf lease deal @ Mad Sheep Leasing - £1,879.13 Up Front / 9+23 payments of £3,882.17 / Total Cost: £5,761.39
Contract term 24 months Rental profile 9 + 23 Annual mileage 6000 23 monthly rentals of £168.79 Initial rental £1519.13 Processing fee £360.00 Finance doc fee £0.00 Offer expires 3… Read more
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The government would need to bring in some form of road charging or monthly mileage bill for EVs, I cant see how they would be able increase electricity costs.


That's the trouble with those tariffs. I've managed to get a Symbio tariff which is less than 11p per kWh all the time. So still works out cheaper and can charge whenever I like.


Many thanks for that information, very helpful!!


Moderator change it to read like that


@adsthompson , 23 payments of £3,882.17? (:I

Nissan Leaf Hatch Elec 40kWh Acenta Auto PCH - Total £6011.66 (Deposit - £1,606.39 + £300 fee + 23 months at £178.49, 8k M pa) @ Yes Lease
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Nissan Leaf Hatch Elec 40kWh Acenta Auto PCH - Total £6011.66 (Deposit - £1,606.39 + £300 fee + 23 months at £178.49, 8k M pa) @ Yes Lease
£6,011.66Yes Lease Deals
Sounds like an amazing deal for an electric car. Closest thing to the Hyundai Ioniq Electric deal that was on here a few months ago. I'm currently paying roughly £20-30 per month… Read more

The conversation was about charging at home in the UK, totally irrelevant

zcaprd7 Welcome to the future...


A lease has to cover the depreciation of the vehicle over the lease period. Most cars depreciate 25% in their first year, so paying that much for two years’ lease is a pretty good deal. (This is probably because EVs have a slower depreciation curve) No idea what you’re trying to say in the second half of your message.


Not a very good deal, as car’s lease price is 25% value of the new car. But I would imagine for many people who doesn’t It and looking for a EV, would a good deal.


Seems same price as yes leasing but they will charge a £300 admin fee

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