posted 6 years ago

Nissan Juke N-TEC 0% Finance

Nissan Juke N-TEC 1.6 2WD 0% Hire Purchase

The Nissan Juke N-TEC 0% Hire Purchase Plan stands out like an ocean liner in a fish pond. Why? Because it makes this funky little car affordable. Terms include the £8,511 deposit that precedes thirty-six instalments of £219. This totals £16,395 which is list price and - unlike some 0% finance offers – the motorist owns the car at the end of the contract. He/she then continues to benefit from its strengths that include in-your-face styling that stands out like an ocean liner in (shall we say) a canal? The styling complements the refined 1.6-litre 117PS petrol engine that propels motorists to 62mph in 11 seconds. That is respectable for the class and faster than even the best ships. This power plant also averages 47.1mpg which is more than respectable for a petrol. Furthermore, this compact workhorse is nice to drive thanks to the properly weighted, speed-sensitive, steering and its ability to corner with confidence. The low speed ride, however, is a little harder than some people like. The N-TEC's high internal specification stands out too. Highlights include the colour reversing camera, Bluetooth phone integration, privacy glass and its cruise control with limiter. The limiter prevents the vehicle accelerating beyond a user defined speed, which is invaluable close to safety cameras and helps ocean liners keep up.

Nissan Juke N-TEC 1.6 2WD Personal Contract Purchase

The Nissan Juke N-TEC is also available via a low cost Personal Contract Plan. This stands out like an ocean liner in a bathtub. Representative terms include the £4,623.29 deposit of which the manufacturer contributes £1,000. This is followed by thirty-six monthly instalments of £189 which totals £11,427.29. However, unlike the Hire Purchase Plan the motorist has three options at the end of the contract (none of which involve liners). The first is to pay the £6,300 final payment to own the vehicle. This totals £17,727.29 including interest (4.9% representative APR). Option two is to return it then pay nothing else assuming it is in fair condition and has not exceeded its 10,000 mile annual allowance. Excesses cost 8.0 pence per-mile and excessive damage is charged according to severity. Option three is to purchase the vehicle then part exchange it via a new Personal Contract Plan. Here, any value beyond the final payment goes toward the replacement's deposit. What better way to distract someone from a stranded ocean liner?