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Nissan Qashqai 1. dCi N-connecta 5dr [Glass Roof Pack] 23 x £200.08 + £2034.68 Upfront 10K miles total £6,660.56 @ Select Car Leasing
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Had a quick look around at leasing deals for the Qashqai and spotted this, which seems to be a great price over 24 months. Estimated 73MPG, Sat Nav, 18" Alloys, Bluetooth, Climate… Read more
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The 1.5L DCI engine (shared with Renault), was recently outed as the MOST polluting diesel engine in production; with REAL LIFE test outputs reaching over 200 times the "lab" test results that got it the Euro6 rating.

A 10 year old Transit van is less polluting.
i have had a 1.5dl Qashqai for 2 years. i have to say it is an amazing car. i went from a 2.0 petrol VW passat sport to this and i have to say i prefer this. Although pick up is not as good as a petrol it is comparable on all other fronts. Nil road tax and the spec that Nissan provide even on the basic model is brilliant. I have owned a VW, Fiat, Toyota and Honda and can honestly say that this is the best so far.
On yes lease they have one for 10k £219 a month, no deposit of processing fee! Not a great deal
Luke4efc21 m ago

The diesel engine may have a more torque, but still takes 12 seconds to …The diesel engine may have a more torque, but still takes 12 seconds to get to 60mph (well on the tests anyway, you'd never drive like they do it, so more than 12 seconds). Add on nearly a tonne for a caravan and you've got yourself one slow car.Good luck getting your 73mpg then lol


Oh so a 0-60 time of 3.5 seconds with a caravan,is what you want? Why didn't you say
Edited by: "Smadmad" 5th Dec 2017
Smadmad11 m ago

Who said anything about towing a caravanThe diesel version would tow a …Who said anything about towing a caravanThe diesel version would tow a caravan and has the kerb weight


The diesel engine may have a more torque, but still takes 12 seconds to get to 60mph (well on the tests anyway, you'd never drive like they do it, so more than 12 seconds). Add on nearly a tonne for a caravan and you've got yourself one slow car.
Good luck getting your 73mpg then lol
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£2000 towards a used Nissan LEAF (electric) when trade in & bought on finance
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From the Nissan page: Simply trade in your car registered in 2009 or earlier and we will give you up to £2000 towards to a used 100% electric Nissan Leaf* or, in addition to our… Read more
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Common.Sense22nd Nov

0% Wow. Was it on this deal? Finance seems to be close to 10%.


The dealer pulled out of the deal as it turned out, but due to the £2k part exchange/finance contribution not being available on the particular used leaf I was getting. Quite annoying but I couldn't be bothered to carry on with the dealer as I had some other concerns about the vehicle anyway.... I can't stand car dealers, even the main dealers in this case acted like sharks and tried all the tricks....like free gap insurance, free alloy wheel cover and interior Scotchgard protection. If their idea of free is adding over a grand to the finance cost over 3 years....
SFconvert3 h, 6 m ago

Agree these should fall further. However the finance deal they offer can …Agree these should fall further. However the finance deal they offer can be quite good, I was offered 0% over three years need on around a 20% deposit.The 30kwh is the one to go for though, but these aren't very old yet so will cost confident more.



0% Wow. Was it on this deal? Finance seems to be close to 10%.
Common.Sense1 h, 15 m ago

The catch is "bought on finance". They should offer the deal on cash …The catch is "bought on finance". They should offer the deal on cash purchases too. Why pay high finance charges?Wait until Feb/March when there will be glut of the 24kw models and the new Leaf deliveries means few buyers for a new old model. When the new model has a 40kw battery and 8 year warranty, who wants 24kw and remainder of a 5 year warranty? A used 30kw model may be a good buy if you can stomach the ugly looks compared to the new model!


Agree these should fall further. However the finance deal they offer can be quite good, I was offered 0% over three years need on around a 20% deposit.
The 30kwh is the one to go for though, but these aren't very old yet so will cost confident more.
The catch is "bought on finance". They should offer the deal on cash purchases too. Why pay high finance charges?
Wait until Feb/March when there will be glut of the 24kw models and the new Leaf deliveries means few buyers for a new old model. When the new model has a 40kw battery and 8 year warranty, who wants 24kw and remainder of a 5 year warranty? A used 30kw model may be a good buy if you can stomach the ugly looks compared to the new model!
eslick14 h, 43 m ago

The day we stop using other products that use oil and we only use oul for …The day we stop using other products that use oil and we only use oul for making cars work then I will concede the oil issue but sadly that will be a long way off. Last comment from me aimed at musel21 for an earlier comment which they ignored multiple times:(It does does make me wonder if anyone actually sees how cobalt is mined before they start going on about the environmental qualities of EV. or do we just put the blinkers on like musel21 has been with it ok for power stations to pollute as long as it’s not in the city where they live comment earlier.


Cobalt mining is clearly an issue I agree, but so is the mica used in metallic paint. There's all sorts of issues around using the earth's minerals for anything
But you still seem to miss my point about pollution, obviously it isn't ok for any one to be polluted, but you can't compare a small possible increase in pollution from a gas power plant to that emitted by petrol and diesel cars around population centres. It affects less people and overall, due to efficiency gains, co2 and overall pollution is decreased.
A single ev may increase household electric use by around 20-30% probably about the equivalent of a fridge freezer and a tumble drier or other high consumption appliances. I don't see any campaign to stop people having those due to the increased pollution for people living near power stations...
3 packs of Nissin Ramen for £1 @ Tesco
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Back on offer again. Time to stock up.
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The ones in the shiny packaging are inferior to the ones in the normal packaging. The normal ones are manufactured in HK, while the shiny ones are Hungary.
Edited by: "Civic.EG6" 26th Oct 2017
wiggywig2 h, 15 m ago

the best noodles i would say by miles are definately Ko-Lee. particularly …the best noodles i would say by miles are definately Ko-Lee. particularly the chicken thai green curry and shrimp tomyum[Image] [Image]


Is the guy's surname Fook by any chance?
Also same offer as Asda. Limited favours though
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airguitarjump21 m ago

Been eating these Gung Jai Mein for 30 years+... still taste great as a …Been eating these Gung Jai Mein for 30 years+... still taste great as a quick meal if you haven't got time to prepare dinner... just add a fried egg, fried slice of spam and throw in some broccoli and boom!... I wouldn't eat it everyday though.I grabbed 60 packets last time on the 3 for £1 and almost run out so great timing to stock up!



Me too, its by far the most popular brand in Hong Kong. I prefer frankfurter, fried egg, choi sum and crab sticks with mine. Used the buy them for £9.99 per box of 30 at See Woo in Lisle Street but the price has gone up a bit since then.

Was in Hong Kong over the summer months and best price I saw was HK$29 for 11 pks at Hong Kong Tesco (AKA U Select) or 25p each so 33p each is not bad for the UK.
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wiggywig7 m ago

the best noodles i would say by miles are definately Ko-Lee. particularly …the best noodles i would say by miles are definately Ko-Lee. particularly the chicken thai green curry and shrimp tomyum[Image] [Image]

They are very nice.
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2 year lease Nissan X-Trail Diesel Station Wagon 2.0 dCi Acenta 5dr 4WD Xtronic [7 Seat) lease 2 year £6748.60 @ NVC
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Ok, so forget the 'lease a car Vs own a car' argument that always comes on here, if you're looking to lease a 7 seater 4WD this is a HOT deal.... £2245.92, deposit £187.16 a … Read more
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m5rcc20th Sep

Poor deal - cheaper deals available elsewhere, such as this one that is …Poor deal - cheaper deals available elsewhere, such as this one that is £638.20 cheaper or a net £26.59 per month:[Image]

That's not a bad deal, assuming there's no processing fee on top. It's not the same car though, that's the 2wd.
M_z15 h, 1 m ago

Seven push bikes would be far cheaper and you'd save a fortune in fuel...

Don't mention that on some of the bike forums on here - you'll get shot down as the cost over the term may only equal 2 decent bikes!
m5rcc4 h, 20 m ago

Poor deal - cheaper deals available elsewhere, such as this one that is …Poor deal - cheaper deals available elsewhere, such as this one that is £638.20 cheaper or a net £26.59 per month:[Image]


Reading your link, it says it's Front Wheel Drive. The deal posted here by OP is a 4 wheel drive is it not?
M_z12 h, 28 m ago

Seven push bikes would be far cheaper and you'd save a fortune in fuel...



Yes, but can you tow a caravan to cornwall with 7 pushbikes.
Nissan Leaf 4 day test drive
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This is another 4 day test drive people may not be aware about, you don't need a business to secure this car, and much like the Seat one I posted ( if it was approved ) there's no … Read more
I thought am ice car was a spelling mistake from nice car!
A while ago I looked into leafs and the batteries were often leased and to buy out right was something daft like 5 grand!
Although the newer models we're supposed to do over 100 mile range, the second hand ones we're in danger of conning out after 80 miles.
What do you do if the batteries running flat?

As to electricity, we are an island. Really the government should be pushing for wave power and tidal power generators.

I remember looking round an old still working tidal mill. Cannot remember where it was but Hampshire way. If years ago we made use of water mills and tidal mills, we should be able to generate electricity from them now.
Interested in one, but the deals seem to have dried up. Hoping that they might do a few deals when the new one is released.
It is still working.
Ive done it, I have booked in with the local nissan dealer, see what deals they have on the scrappage scheme as, after some digging around, my diesil is eligable
Nissan Leaf Hatchback Acenta 5dr Auto PCH 6 + 23 * £166.16/pm 8k miles/pa £4818.64 @ Whatcar
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This is a lease/PCH deal for an electric car, so it's a niche of a niche in terms of who it will appeal to. The Acenta one step above the very basic model of the Leaf (Visia) so m… Read more
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be_vigilant2 h, 49 m ago

new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range …new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range is not a massive upgrade to what we already have. I am now on the lookout for a lease as above for a couple of years then I will buy a Tesla M3


The below taken from BBC article suggests it could be 235 miles, if we presume Europe refers to NEDC cycle. Begs the question why tests vary so much between US and Japan to come up with a difference of 100 miles on the range!

Are U.S tests more stringent, which is good if it more closely mimics real life riving situations. Quite surprising if that is the case as the beating heart of the capitalist world would've had to take on the automakers lobby.
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be_vigilant2 h, 5 m ago

new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range …new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range is not a massive upgrade to what we already have. I am now on the lookout for a lease as above for a couple of years then I will buy a Tesla M3



you're right. just checked it out. bit naff so I'm hoping even better deals are available for current gen Leaf to try and shift them.

If you're in the U.S, not sure why you would go for for a $30K leaf when you can get a Model 3 for $35k...apart from wait time
new model is a bit of a dissapointment TBH. 40kwh battery 150 miles range is not a massive upgrade to what we already have.

I am now on the lookout for a lease as above for a couple of years then I will buy a Tesla M3
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Midnight.Tboy27th Aug

Also....does anyone know if you take out a PCH or PCP are you still …Also....does anyone know if you take out a PCH or PCP are you still entitled to claim this deal?http://charge.pod-point.com/nissan-leaf/?utm_source=Adwords&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=Consideration-Driver-Exact&utm_term=Consideration-Nissan-Terms&utm_content=Free-Install&gclid=Cj0KEQjw24nNBRChyd7W88OM96UBEiQAuV0sPV7955cAzh3-6CiBeUpKEoltum1cJtx5uQ1Dsc7WYlEaAp368P8HAQ


Yes, you are allowed up to 2 chargers per house.

If anyone is looking for an existing model Leaf it looks like you may have to hurry. They aren't building them due to the new model being launched on the 6th so the only ones left are stock models.
SFconvert2 h, 46 m ago

I think the 4 day test drive offer runs out on 31st august. It was a bit …I think the 4 day test drive offer runs out on 31st august. It was a bit of a faff getting it set up though, took a good week to organise. No limit to how far you can go but obviously range will limit you more, and access to fast charge points!


31st August. Damn, I best try and see if can get it sorted out, hopefully thats the cut off day for requesting it, not actually getting it.

I do have 3 other questions I'm wondering about now with having this

1. When it comes to returning the car, at the end of 2 years, do you have to take it yourself to the particular dealers, eg Nottingham place in the earlier linked site?

2. The option to rent a normal vehicle for up to 14 days, is that only redeemable from the particular garage you bought the car from? so again, would be Nottingham, or can you pick it up from any Nissan dealer.

3. Likewise with question 2, but to do with getting it serviced after the first year
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Nissan Qashqai Hatchback 1.2 DiG-T Visia 5dr: 22.5% Off of List Price £14943.80 @ GB car deals
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Only £14943.80 incl VAT, Save £4351.20 Usually on the road price is 20k ish.
A 1.2 in a car this size and heavy. Someone is having a laugh. I have driven the 1.5dci and thought that lacked grunt. Maybe fine to keep the emissions and tax down but that engine is always going to struggle. We had. 1.2 fiesta and that was bad enough. Scary when wanting to overtake even on a dual carriageway.
i called up this is the new model (not the out dated model)
Robo48 m ago

Petrol I've had one in the past, the engines too small for the car in my …Petrol I've had one in the past, the engines too small for the car in my opinion. General door to door it's ok but motorway overtaking is tedious and needs 24 hour planing. There is a facelift due soon, a new model is several years away.


To be fair the 1.2 isn't made for a motorway muncher it's a city car, school run etc
JHL5 m ago

1.2 diesel???

Petrol

I've had one in the past, the engines too small for the car in my opinion.
General door to door it's ok but motorway overtaking is tedious and needs 24 hour planing.
There is a facelift due soon, a new model is several years away.
1.2 diesel???
Nissan QashQai lease with Yes Lease - £227 per month x 36 months = £8172
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New to leasing but this seems like a good deal: £227 a month for 36 months (no large initial payment) 10,000 miles per year. seems like a good spec on a sort after SUV, welcome any… Read more
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lumsdot14 h, 15 m ago

polluting diesel vehicle, voted cold

You own electric then? Which probably caused more pollution creating it.
mcaf1235 h, 47 m ago

But it says production status = current model?


Not current model. There is no 1.5 dCi N-Connecta currently on sale. Stopped in April 2017 with the first version of the Qashqai J11. That has been replaced by the 1.6 dCi 130 N-Connecta.
polluting diesel vehicle, voted cold
m5rcc3rd Aug

This is of course the old Qashqai, which is no longer in production.You've …This is of course the old Qashqai, which is no longer in production.You've also omitted the £300 processing fee, so the total is £8,491.08 not £8,172.Also cheaper by £511.24 as a total price (or £14.20/net/mth) elsewhere by getting a 9+35 deal for 8k miles and paying the excess for the mileage (should you need it):[Image]

But it says production status = current model?
Just to let you know i am looking for leases at the moment and this deal helped me loads. The processing fee at £300 is bit high compared to some lease compaines but still a strong deal for this car at this spec. Thanks
FUGLY - Nissan Juke Visia - 1.6 no deposit 3 years - £150.19 per month - £5706 @ Yes Lease
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Ok, lease = cold + Juke = cold. But this is no deposit 3 years new car £150 a month. Nissan Juke Hatchback 1.6 Visia 5dr Personal Lease Deal Just £150.19 Per month, including … Read more
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Does this include car insurance or do we have to get our own insurance?
Also, I am new to cars, does anyone know, what can be extra costs incurred when leasing a new car for 3 years? How much can we end up spending on servicing, tyres and any major work that can happen?
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soldierboy001

Yes.



​Thanks mate.

Gave them a call first thing this morning and had the car ordered by 9.30am.
fossman3 h, 41 m ago

Has anyone ordered a car from Yes Lease before?I've seen a deal that I …Has anyone ordered a car from Yes Lease before?I've seen a deal that I want so how do I proceed? Do I ask for a quote, ask for a call back, apply for finance or wait until tomorrow and give them a call?



Yes.
Has anyone ordered a car from Yes Lease before?

I've seen a deal that I want so how do I proceed? Do I ask for a quote, ask for a call back, apply for finance or wait until tomorrow and give them a call?
Called Yes Lease and they said this has expired but hopefully it will come up again.
Nissan Juke Lease Deal £111.18 a month Annual mileage 8000 -  £3917.76 total @ Vehicles for Business
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This looked like a good price on a new Juke over the next two years. I know lease deals are a bit hit and miss on here but though I would try it. I have a Qashqai from the same c… Read more
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HHUKD

The FCA effectively replaced the FSA.


Ah right, thanks. That's good to know for future reference.
Personally i would be very tempted just to crash this into a wall at 60mph just to improve the looks IF i had one.
ruc

​how? if it's the whole engine had to be replaced 3 times?



​Every model, will have their lemons. Which means, that no manufacturer produces cars that are 100% faultless straight from the factory so it's entirely possible to buy any brand new car that will have endless problems because, it is a lemon. For example, this chaps colleague may have the only one of these in the entire world that has had to have three engines in nine months, does that mean every one will be the same? Answer being, no. That is just an example. My neighbour has this car and had zero problems. Doesn't mean they are all the same.
ruc

how? if it's the whole engine had to be replaced 3 times?


Probably because these are built in Britain...
It seems this was a 'Joke' from nissan design team and nissan wanted to prove however ugly car they produce, there will be enough fools who will buy car from them to keep outgoing. they proved it.
Nissan Navara Double Cab Pick Up Lease Deal - £222.65p/m (£6679.50 total) - nationwidevehiclecontracts
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Nissan Navara Pick Up Lease Deal from Nationwide Vehicle Contracts A lot of vehicle for the money : Tekna specs / 4WD / 190 bhp / 2.3 dCi / 44 mpg combined Price is £222.65 for Pe… Read more
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puddles9999

They are just all around better but more expensive got the orange wild … They are just all around better but more expensive got the orange wild track but if you can't afford it the Nissan is a decent truck



According to whom? You? Others say otherwise...
m5rcc

Yeh, you said that on the previous Navara thread too.. This is based on … Yeh, you said that on the previous Navara thread too.. This is based on what?



They are just all around better but more expensive got the orange wild track but if you can't afford it the Nissan is a decent truck
surely doing only 6k pa doesn't warrant owning a diesel?

great cars though!
puddles9999

For ranger much better but still heat added



Yeh, you said that on the previous Navara thread too.. This is based on what?
retrend

www.thesun.co.uk/news/2791663/nissan-navara-safety-fears/amp/



​​​That's the old D40 model. Nothing to do with the new model
Nissan Leaf £160.16pm for 23mths lease + Admin/Deposit £1314.96 - Total £4998.64 @ What Car
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Great deal for a Nissan Leaf? 8,000 miles 23 months at £160.16 = £3683.68 Admin fee including VAT = £354 Deposit = £960.96 Total = £4998.64
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markymark34

Oh here we go. Go on then. Tell us how from 0-20 mph it's a flying … Oh here we go. Go on then. Tell us how from 0-20 mph it's a flying machine then it crawls it's way to 60 in 8 seconds. Zzzzzz



The Leaf is quicker around town, a decent petrol engine is quicker on the motorway. Buy for whichever you spend more time doing.
Oh here we go. Go on then. Tell us how from 0-20 mph it's a flying machine then it crawls it's way to 60 in 8 seconds. Zzzzzz
markymark34

This car is not quick. Compared to lower model petrol engines yes it is a … This car is not quick. Compared to lower model petrol engines yes it is a little more nippy but it is very far from being a fast car.



You have no idea what are you talking about.
sam800

It's 2015 model, red colour in mind condition has just got 13000 miles. I … It's 2015 model, red colour in mind condition has just got 13000 miles. I bought it last December and I want to sell it because I've got job in Switzerland[/quotThere is difference between fast and quick. Perhaps got mixed up here. It is quity nippy (nothing dizzying) upto 40ish mph, after that it is sad.



wtf is the difference between fast and quick ? And to complicate matters further you now through in a curve ball with the 'quity nippy' (nothing dazzling) description , whatever that means ....... all very confusing , lol
Monkeybumcheeks

Not quite sure what its lap time is around the Nurburgring, but if you … Not quite sure what its lap time is around the Nurburgring, but if you are after something nippy or fast....this aint for you X)


There is difference between fast and quick. Perhaps got mixed up here. It is quity nippy (nothing dizzying) upto 40ish mph, after that it is sad.

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Nissan Navara Diesel Double Cab Pick Up Tekna 2.3dCi 190 BHP 4WD! - Total Price £6333 @ UK Car & Van Leasing
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Been hunting around for a Navara - Seems like a pretty good price, can't find online cheaper - whether it's beatable I'm not sure.... Business Lease offer 2 years £197 per month f… Read more
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lightchop

This sector is getting very competitive (I work in the van industry and … This sector is getting very competitive (I work in the van industry and review them for the media). The latest Navara gives the Ranger a good run for its money, in fact the independent suspension gives a class leading ride and it's won numerous awards. Having said that, Ranger in its latest incarnation is a superb truck. If I was spending my own money Ranger jwould probably just edge it, I've a personal preference for the cab environment. There are some good lease deals knocking around for the Fiat Fullback, a rebadged Mitsubishi L200. If you're not a badge snob it's worth a look.



These things are supposed to be workhorses arent they?

How does that work when you give them back....what is considered fair wear and tear on a pickup?
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puddles9999

Cold ford ranger much better



​This sector is getting very competitive (I work in the van industry and review them for the media). The latest Navara gives the Ranger a good run for its money, in fact the independent suspension gives a class leading ride and it's won numerous awards. Having said that, Ranger in its latest incarnation is a superb truck. If I was spending my own money Ranger jwould probably just edge it, I've a personal preference for the cab environment.
There are some good lease deals knocking around for the Fiat Fullback, a rebadged Mitsubishi L200. If you're not a badge snob it's worth a look.
mcguire85

Is the deal on the ford ranger better?



Don't know
puddles9999

Cold ford ranger much better



Wrong, but good try...
God, everytime I see this car the driver is driving it like a ******
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Nissan Juke 5dr 1.6 Visia 10,000 miles per year £150.59pm - £150.59 initial payment (£300 processing fee) Yeslease (Term = £5721.24)
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Great deal for anyone who doesn't have a large deposit to put down.
has anyone used this company before?
northbank1886

I suppose at least you don't have to own this monstrosity of a car and … I suppose at least you don't have to own this monstrosity of a car and can give it back!heat for the price, but that's it.



I love my Juke - fab car to own and drive
M_z

Looks especially good in the banana yellow though, don't you think?



​Picture didn't load when I first looked.....I stand corrected, it's a thing of beauty, a real master piece oO
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guttediam

I luv the colour



​i love the colour too but the 1.6 ain't valued much.
M_z

Looks especially good in the banana yellow though, don't you think?



I luv the colour
3 year lease Nissan Micra 5dr 10k pa £4,657 or £129 pm average @ Fleetprices
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Nissan Micra Hatchback Special Edition 1.2 Visia Limited Edition 5dr £116.26 incl VAT monthly rentals £348.78 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire Contract term : 36 mo… Read more
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we had one of these as a hire car in Italy.. It was. horrible. felt like it was built in India... Despite been new the washer bottle leaked too.
scottishpunter

Full disclosure- when I posted deal I thought this was for new Micra as … Full disclosure- when I posted deal I thought this was for new Micra as that is what the website says. The Up posted is a smaller car both engine wise and size with a much higher up front fee, although I agree might be a better car to live with.To be honest not really trying to be controversial or confrontational - just hoping you could tell me a better deal, with low deposit and low monthly payment. As m5rcc has commented micra has been cheaper but 18 month ago.



I only actually posted to give my comments about the car, it really is the awful. My comment about the cost and the reason I said seems was because 4.5k seems excessive against other deals I have seen on here not necessarily Micra ones but as I said didn't realise it was 3 years
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eslick

You can wait as long as you like my friend, my comment was it seems … You can wait as long as you like my friend, my comment was it seems expensive, get it seems, plus someone else replied about the Up which is a much better car so didn't think I needed to come back and offer further advice. I will say that I didn't see yours was a 3 year lease so it might not be as expensive as it seems but I would rather go in the bus than pay a lease for this micra and since I haven't been on one for 20 years that's saying something. Sorry for the late reply, wasn't aware I was on the clock



Full disclosure- when I posted deal I thought this was for new Micra as that is what the website says. The Up posted is a smaller car both engine wise and size with a much higher up front fee, although I agree might be a better car to live with.

To be honest not really trying to be controversial or confrontational - just hoping you could tell me a better deal, with low deposit and low monthly payment. As m5rcc has commented micra has been cheaper but 18 month ago.
Edited by: "scottishpunter" 25th Mar 2017
scottishpunter

Still waiting on you finding cheaper deal or retracting comment?



You can wait as long as you like my friend, my comment was it seems expensive, get it seems, plus someone else replied about the Up which is a much better car so didn't think I needed to come back and offer further advice. I will say that I didn't see yours was a 3 year lease so it might not be as expensive as it seems but I would rather go in the bus than pay a lease for this micra and since I haven't been on one for 20 years that's saying something. Sorry for the late reply, wasn't aware I was on the clock
GAVINLEWISHUKD

The higher output model was much better but was expensive.



Yeah, you've said...
Nissan Qashqai Diesel Hatchback £10759.19 - SelectCarLeasing
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Found 13th Mar 2017Found 13th Mar 2017
Seems like a good deal based on 4 year Personal Lease, 3 months down (£672.44) and 10K miles pa
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enjoys999

As a general statement be careful taking on a personal lease over 4 years … As a general statement be careful taking on a personal lease over 4 years unless you know 100% that your circumstances aren't going to change.Unlike a pcp you have no flexibility with a personal lease, other than you pay back all the payments - so if you don't like the car, or it's too big or too small, or you lose your job you are committed to 4 years.Don't get me wrong a personal lease can be good - we have a 2 year personal lease ourselves, but 4 years is a long time.



You omit the obvious - anything beyond three years is outside warranty and MOT.
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scouser100000

£672.44 / 3 = £224.15£224.15 * 50 (47 + 3) = £11,207.50 - where you get … £672.44 / 3 = £224.15£224.15 * 50 (47 + 3) = £11,207.50 - where you getting £10,759.19 from?


Yep I actually put £224.15 in my original post but looks like HUKD convert it to a total over 4 years
I would never lease over 4 years, maximum i would do is two years.
enjoys999

As a general statement be careful taking on a personal lease over 4 years … As a general statement be careful taking on a personal lease over 4 years unless you know 100% that your circumstances aren't going to change.Unlike a pcp you have no flexibility with a personal lease, other than you pay back all the payments - so if you don't like the car, or it's too big or too small, or you lose your job you are committed to 4 years.Don't get me wrong a personal lease can be good - we have a 2 year personal lease ourselves, but 4 years is a long time.


Lease companies could offer to take the car back early if partial repayment for remaining future term is made. The hit was around 50% for returning my 24m lease 1m early for example.

Saying that, 4 years is a massive commitment and I would never sign up for something like this unless the price was super mega cheap.

Lease for 2 years and you may need one service, and no need to change tyres, brake pads etc; 4 years and you have the usual issues associated with owning used cars popping up. And no way to updgrade to a better, newer facelift model.
mcormack

Nice to see a scouser that can add up!


Years of practice working out benefits
Nissan Leaf Tekna 30KW £199 deposit £199 per month for 24 months
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Found 9th Mar 2017Found 9th Mar 2017
Amazing Nissa leaf pcp deal for 24 months at Birmingham Central Nissan dealership £199 deposit £199 per month for 24 months just in time for the new model which will launch in abo… Read more
Hello Sunilm,
Sorry to bother you but do you think your contact will get in touch with me about the Leaf deal as no contact has been made yet
Thanks
sunilm

Yeah I passed it on to my mate he should email you next week. Let me know … Yeah I passed it on to my mate he should email you next week. Let me know if he can give u a good deal.



Hi sunilm,

can i have more info regarding this deal too? thank you
Hello sunilm,
Thanks for that much appreciated I will look out for his email.
Awesome deal.
Electricity works out around 3p per mile...

A normal car for £200 would cost 9p per mile.

6p per mile saved. If you do 10000 miles a year, that's £600 saved a year, or £50 a month.


However, there is also the new 41kw Renault Zoe which does 140-170 miles on one charge. And is much cheaper. £17k new on carwow with battery included. Or £13k with battery lease.




SS1973

Hello sunilm, Sorry to bother you but did you receive … Hello sunilm, Sorry to bother you but did you receive that form ok with my contact information.Thanks


Yeah I passed it on to my mate he should email you next week. Let me know if he can give u a good deal.
Nissan QASHQAI 1.5 dCi Acenta Vision Pack , 15k miles £191.69 nationalvehiclesolutions
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Found 8th Mar 2017Found 8th Mar 2017
1.5dci diesel 15k miles per year £1725.21 initial payment 36 months £191.69 per month £239 admin charge
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Voted cold because the prices on their website are not up to date. You can't genuinely get this car anywhere for this price. Actual price now:

Vehicle:

NISSAN QASHQAI DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.5 dCi Acenta [Smart Vision Pack] 5dr

Extras/Options:

In Metallic - Ink blue colour

Profile:

3 year contract (9+35)

Miles per annum:

10000

Initial Rental:

1750.46 Inc VAT

Monthly Rental:

194.50 Inc VAT per month

Admin fee:

239.99 Inc VAT
Original Poster
yes, i know lower miles is better priced, but i need at least 16000, so 15000 plus extra miles paid, is my only option. it is really difficult to find diesel engine lease with high miles cheap.
scottishpunter

Is the total cost correct, it is usually the initial payment then 35 … Is the total cost correct, it is usually the initial payment then 35 times the monthly not 36, so £8,674.35 total cost. It also depends on whether you really need the 15k miles per year, 10k is available at £7,829.99 total cost.



Seems quite a good price at 10k a year.. Looking for a lease and this sounds a good deal, am i right?
pretty standard deal this. not voting either way
NISSAN 0% APRREPRESENTATIVE FINANCE £189pm (£5799.48 deposit) - 23190
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Found 7th Mar 2017Found 7th Mar 2017
No insurance costs for one year and no servicing costs for three years. Switch to the 100% electric Nissan LEAF, and say goodbye to fuel costs and hello to electric.
Geemac

as I zoom of into the distance Your words not mine.



I think you'll find that they were someone else's words not mine
fireman1

My whole point, which I can assure you I haven't missed, is that your … My whole point, which I can assure you I haven't missed, is that your post was complete rubbish and you got just about every point you made wrong.I don't concern myself with my running costs as I am fortunate enough to have money to cover them. I do not have a life where I get all excited and happy because I managed to save 2 pounds this week because of my superb economic driving style. I am happy to be driving a fantastic car and not a leaf.And by the way, we really got hammered with the budget like you said didn't we. No changes to any diesel policies and petrol duty frozen. Yet another thing you got completely wrong.Even your jokes are rubbish!



You did not follow the budget then...he just put diesel drivers on notice...changes in next budget


the Government will continue to explore the appropriate tax treatment for diesel vehicles and will engage with stakeholders ahead of making any tax changes at Autumn Budget 2017
Edited by: "Aeschylus" 8th Mar 2017
Aeschylus

you still miss the whole point, while you race round in your car spending … you still miss the whole point, while you race round in your car spending money, mine costs me nothing, everytime you accelerate, pound signs come out of your exhaust, not only does mine not have an exhaust to worry about repairing, no pennies or pounds can escape....oh, I apologise... mine costs me £99 for a service each year.... what are your running costs... I suspect we wont hear the truth even if you do tell us


My whole point, which I can assure you I haven't missed, is that your post was complete rubbish and you got just about every point you made wrong.
I don't concern myself with my running costs as I am fortunate enough to have money to cover them. I do not have a life where I get all excited and happy because I managed to save 2 pounds this week because of my superb economic driving style. I am happy to be driving a fantastic car and not a leaf.
And by the way, we really got hammered with the budget like you said didn't we. No changes to any diesel policies and petrol duty frozen. Yet another thing you got completely wrong.
Even your jokes are rubbish!
Edited by: "fireman1" 8th Mar 2017
slashformayor

What utter tripe lol



no, it uses electric not tripe.....some people
fireman1

Oh, and incidently I think my 0 to 30 is claimed about 1.5 seconds. … Oh, and incidently I think my 0 to 30 is claimed about 1.5 seconds. That's pretty much double the speed of your leaf. When you say 'zoom off into the distance, are you in reverse?Catch you later little baby.



you still miss the whole point, while you race round in your car spending money, mine costs me nothing, everytime you accelerate, pound signs come out of your exhaust, not only does mine not have an exhaust to worry about repairing, no pennies or pounds can escape....

oh, I apologise... mine costs me £99 for a service each year.... what are your running costs... I suspect we wont hear the truth even if you do tell us
Nissan Leaf Tekna - New car with 37% off list price £20950 at carwow
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Found 27th Feb 2017Found 27th Feb 2017
Lots of heat for the Contract Hire deal on this at the moment, and knowing that the lease versus buy debate always rages on, I thought I'd share the purchase deal on the vehicle vi… Read more
Carwow is excellent .... takes all the hassle out of the haggle .... you're pretty much near rock bottom when you start negotiation and then just stand your ground to get best deal. Got 23% off a Merc today ... well happy !
andymagic

It's a good deal and I'm not knocking it, but I've just calculated that … It's a good deal and I'm not knocking it, but I've just calculated that it would take me 38 years to break even with the fuel savings against my current car.



​Is that buying an equivalent new car or are you planning on keeping your current car till 2055?
Just imagine what will happen when the 2018 Leaf is released with a 60kw battery and 200+ mile range.
The prices of the 24kw may plummet. When cars hit 250-300 miles the EV market will be a game changer.
Subsidies will disappear! Anything less than a 200 mile range will seem outdated. Bolt, Tesla 3 etc....
Common.Sense

Let's see if £11k buys a 2 year old model next year. 8 year or 100k … Let's see if £11k buys a 2 year old model next year. 8 year or 100k battery warranty is good.You can throw the car away at the end!Any idea of repairs out of warranty for owners? Dealers need to make money from timed in repairs! But on the motorway service stations charging is £6 for 30 mins. That is steep and will become standard.Electricity cannot be free forever.They should redesign as a car that is higher for more leg room at the back and overall space and old people like me, so it is easier to get in and out of the car!



I can't see a reason why they won't be around the £11k mark.
As for throwing it away at 8 years and 100k if you have a good battery and it's been looked after (keeping between 20%-80%) then it may have 80% left and at worst 50%. It's still a usable car.

As for repairs there are not a great deal of issues and not expensive ones. Most of the high mileage early cars (USA data) the car seem to be getting tatty (trim falling off, worn seats) before they die. The series 2 (2013-) seem better put together.

Leg room.... Well insist you drive or sit in the front!
Many people have mentioned this. It may well be the 2018 has more leg/foot room.
GAVINLEWISHUKD

As long as you buy the car from a Nissan dealer you can get a podpoint … As long as you buy the car from a Nissan dealer you can get a podpoint charger on new or used cars. Or ChargedEV will do a tethered 32a one using code 'NEWREG' for for £149.Getting an adapter for home charging should not be an issue if you change standards. Just as CHAdeMO and CCS for DC fast charging.As for letting people use your charger it already happens in Norway. People don't charge for it. It's more of a emergency use case where you can pop by and charge for 30-mins to and hour just so they can get to where they need to be. The cost to the home owner is only a few NOK and it's a nice thing to do.



Let's see if £11k buys a 2 year old model next year. 8 year or 100k battery warranty is good.
You can throw the car away at the end!

Any idea of repairs out of warranty for owners? Dealers need to make money from timed in repairs!

But on the motorway service stations charging is £6 for 30 mins. That is steep and will become standard.
Electricity cannot be free forever.

They should redesign as a car that is higher for more leg room at the back and overall space and old people like me, so it is easier to get in and out of the car!
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