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Looking into getting a leaf on a 3 year lease. If I've done my sums right - the cost of the lease shouldn't be much more than the depreciation that we've seen on our current car.
What are the best deals out there in the UK - it's hard to compare - some deals bump up the cost each month for paint schemes etc...

Thanks everyone - this forum has been a great resource and answered a lot of my queries without a need for a post !
 

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I just got mine on 1+23 n-connecta in arctic white for £248 plus £300 broker fee. Thats the best I could find and they are in stock so only waited 2-3 weeks to be delivered.
 

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I just got mine on 1+23 n-connecta in arctic white for £248 plus £300 broker fee. Thats the best I could find and they are in stock so only waited 2-3 weeks to be delivered.
Thanks for that - does sound good - is there a website ?
 

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Thanks for that. Interesting about the excess mileage charge. Cheers.
 

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I got my N-Connector 1 week ago from yes-lease P paid 9 + 23 for 15000 p/a and it costs me £217 pm. Bargain!
 

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Cheers Simon - that looks very decent - how are you finding the car ?
 

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I'm loving it. Best thing I ever did. I'm not getting the 150 miles per charge I was expecting, more like 120. That said, for my 60 mile daily commute that's more than adequate. I definitely wouldn't go back to a combustion engine after this. EV all the way now!!
 

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So finally Nissan Leaf (40kWh) prices are getting more sensible.
I wonder if other manufactures will follow or just Nissan as sales have been falling.
 
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