The MGFV of £6050 is incorrect it should be £5609 which is an RV of 43.84%. however the payment should be £169.73scoobydoo said:NISSAN JUKE 1.6 Visia (white)
£2500 deposit-------£158 per monthx36 then final figure of £6050.
Same here, I think it's a pretty good deal, we know how much we can afford each month and we like the peace of mind of having warranty etc. Plus get a new car every 3 years! In fact every car I've ever bought has been done this way, its very easy. Only ever lost money on my MINI which I had to sell early due to moving house the rest of our cars we've had a little bit of equity in, the Mazda we're trading in for our JUKE is our best buy yet as we have £1800 of equity left in it which makes the JUKE that little bit cheaper!ginnym said:I'm getting mine on the PCP deal andhave bought my last 3 or 4 cars on similar deals (Ford and Nissan). It works well if you're the sort of person who only keeps a car for 2 or 3 years and is likely to buy from the same dealer again. Not sure it's such a good deal if you keep hold of the car long term or are likely to do a private sale at the end of the term.
scoobydoo said:Thanks when getting quotes from non dealers,they are quoting list price of the visia of £11495??how is this and would you still get the 2 years free servicing,rac etc....
An extended lead time, you won't see the V5 for 9 months as the vehicle will be registered to an end user that has fleet terms with Nissan, also if you are unhappy with the over-all condition of your new vehicle who will you turn to, some guy on the end of a phone that won't give a t##sscoobydoo said:Ok thanks so as standard what would a non dealer offer with the car