Nissan has revealed its autumn 2018 special offers with a headline £189 a month PCP deal on its best-selling Qashqai crossover SUV.
For those who can find a £7,142 deposit, a Qashqai 1.3 DiG-T 140 N-Connecta is offered for £189 a month over three years. Even better, it’s 0 percent APR. And if the deposit is a bit stiff, Nissan chips in a £750 contribution on a more accessible 4.99 percent APR deal.
On the Qashqai, as with many of Nissan’s special offer models, two years’ servicing is available for an extra £249.
The Qashqai’s smaller (and ageing) Juke crossover SUV sibling costs £179 a month on the 0 percent finance deal; Nissan asks for a £5,920 deposit contribution to secure a 1.6 Bose Personal Edition.
A 71hp 1.2-litre Micra Acenta LE is the Japanese firm’s entry-level offer: on three years 0 percent finance, it costs £149 a month, with a £3,015 deposit.
Those who don’t have that much for the deposit can put £195 down and pay £195 a month, over four years, at 3.99 percent APR.
But proving that electric cars are still a long way from reaching mainstream adaptation, Nissan’s deal on the Leaf electric car is less alluring. An N-Connecta costs £360 a month over three years, on 5.99 percent APR – and despite a £500 deposit contribution, buyers still have to find £6,289.
Compare the Leaf’s £360 a month cost to the Qashqai’s £189 per month price…
Neither is as expensive as the GT-R, though. Nissan’s giving a £3,500 deposit contribution, but buyers will have to find £17,868 to take up the three-year, £699 a month deal, at 5.99 percent APR.
Three years’ servicing is offered, for £699, although if you know how much costly servicing a GT-R needs, this is actually probably the biggest money-saving offer Nissan’s running this autumn…