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Back in 2002 Nissan and Renault signed an agreement which made them an Alliance and ultimately meaned their companies are now working together sharing a single joint strategy of profitable growth and a community of interests, managed by their own boards of directors.
Nissan have been at the forefront of hydro and all-electrically powered vehicles and produced one of the first commercially sold hybrid cars on the market - the Nissan Leaf, which is now very popular on UK roads due to its good value for money and low running costs.
New this year came the first all-electric van to be produced for commercial and personal uses - the eNV-200, which is available as a combi van, crew van and panel van. It has a maximum range of 106 miles per day which is ample if you're doing an average daily commute and a school run or two. It's all-electric which means zero emissions, no more petrol stations and lots of money saving, as electric fuel costs are said to be 4 times cheaper than Diesel fuel. Starting from £23,752 you get features like Intelligent Key, colour reversing camera, climate control, Radio/CD audio system, 15" alloy wheels.
Out later this year is the hotly awaited brand new Nissan GTR. So what's new on this model? Well on the outside is a new titanium exhaust with open valve system, enhanced aerodynamics with greater downforce, new 20" 15-spoke lightweight forged alloy wheels, new 8" touchscreen multifunction display, latest Nissan Connect sat nav and entertainment system, DAB digital radio with smartphone integration included, prestige leather seats, more refined transmission contributes to the new, smoother acceleration and ride. With a 3.8 litre V6 24-valved twin-turbocharged engine delivers 570bhp delivering 637nm of torque!
Because Nissan cars are generally low in price that means rental amounts will likely be low as well, and we often have some fantastic offers on Nissan car leasing deals too. As well as that, Nissan are pioneering the all-electric car market and as such their cars are becoming popular and subsequently will hold their value over time. Innovation is something Nissan prides itself on and vit shows with the regular updates they apply to their range of cars such as NissanConnect technology and Nissan Safety Shield Technologies which have been implemented this year.
Summarised below are reasons to lease a Nissan car:
Take a look around our range of Nissans to see which one might be for you, using the tools provided on each of the model tab, which should help you decide. If you have any questions or wish to make an enquiry then please feel free to call our team on 01565 880880, or alternatively, complete the online form provided and someone will be in contact shortly to discuss your enquiry.
Car leasing or contract hire is a type of finance arrangement for a vehicle where the lesee is not the owner of the car and is not burdened with the vehicles diminishing value. The lesee can a contract length for 2,3 or 4 years, a varied initial payment and annual mileage. The monthly car leasing cost is fixed and at the end of the agreement the vehicle is handed back to the finance company.For a more detailed explanation please visit 'About Leasing' here.
The difference between personal and business car leasing is very little in terms of the cost but it does affect who is responsible for the finance agreement and which account the money comes from.
Some of the VAT can be reclaimed back with business car leasing whereas with personal it is not, however this is not something All Car Leasing arranges and it is the business responsibility to sort out.
A maintained car leasing deal is a package that includes ALL tyres, breakdown cover, essential repair work and servicing for the duration of the contract. As these are the lesee's responsibility during the car leasing contract a maintenance package in most cases can save the lessee £100's of poundsYou can find more on our maintenance package here