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ARBURY BROMSGROVE OFFER CHEAPEST BRAND NEW TEKNA LEAF IN THE UK!

THIS CAR HAS NOW SOLD!


This offer is available to all UK residents, and includes a free POD Point home charger (if required). The cars must be registered before the end of March 2017 to qualify for this deal. Not only this but we will also offer FREE Delivery!

We have based this offer around the 30kWh Tekna 3.3kW, in the Flame Red colour, and for 6,000 miles per annum, however we can give customers quotes for specific requirements.

We accept any car as part-exchange, and deposits can be varied from £1 to £4500 to suit your circumstances.

To access this extra special pricing, you need to contact either Nick Stafford or Richard Davies at [email protected], or via 07973 315906 only, and you must quote that you have seen this offer on SpeakEV at the start of your enquiry!

Nissan LEAF 30kWh Tekna 3.3kW

RRP: £32,290.00
PiCG: £4,500.00
Discount given: £3,702.00
Cash Price: £24,088
Deposit Contribution: £5,500.00
Customer Deposit: £199.00
Total Deposit: £5,699.00
Financed amount: £18,389
Monthly Payment: £199.00 x 24
Optional Final Payment: £15,682.05
APR: 5.99%

Kind regards,
Arbury Bromsgrove EV Team
 

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Assuming the standard extra £3 per month per 1000 miles then 10k miles per year would be £211 per month.

If this is correct then this deal works out almost £24 cheaper than the deal I have got, dammit! :cry:

Ah well, having the loan car available on my doorstep is worth £24 :)
 

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Hand the car back and let RCI take a paper loss. Today's 30kWh LEAF will be ancient technology in 2019.
Yes, ignore the GFV on these things. Treat them like mobile phones and hand them back after 2 or 3 years.

That said, I am just in the process of buying my 3 year old ex lease LEAF - but for £6500
 

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30kWh LEAF will be ancient technology in 2019.
True. But someone somewhere at RCI is actually writing this stuff down on lease agreements after doing some apparent man maths on it :)

£200 over 24 months is a sweet spot for someone considering leasing a new 30kWh car and whilst £16k seems unrealistic, I do wonder what will happen to used prices when people finally wake up to the fact that they really don't need hundreds of miles of range.
 

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when people finally wake up to the fact that they really don't need hundreds of miles of range.
I am not convinced that people WILL wake up to the fact.

By the time that people are buying EVs without thinking about it the de facto standard will be a 60kWh battery and people won't see half that as being practical
 

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Hi All,

Thanks for the interest on this thread, the car advertised has now sold! Keep an eye out for our next fantastic offer!
 

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I am not convinced that people WILL wake up to the fact.

By the time that people are buying EVs without thinking about it the de facto standard will be a 60kWh battery and people won't see half that as being practical
I'm more optimistic and turn to the numbers; significant proportions of journeys by significant proportions of vehicles can be done within the range of current batteries. At £6.5k it sounds like you got a bargain.

In any event, @Arbury Bromsgrove got a sale, someone got a great lease, someone at RCI in two years time will be..well who knows but I'm sure there is a plan...and another unicorn was born :)
 
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