Combining great practicality with low running costs, the Nissan Note is the ideal lease car for those looking for a car to combine family and working life.
Inside the Nissan Note, passengers will find a spacious and comfortable cabin with a variety of high-tech equipment as standard.
The Nissan Note also delivers when it comes to power and performance, with a variety of strong end efficient engines to choose from, including the nippy 1.2 petrol engine.
Nationwide Vehicle Contracts is pleased to announce a new stock deal on the Nissan Note 1.2 Acenta. Prices start from £99.95 + VAT per month on 2 year contract hire agreement, with an initial rental of £299.85 + VAT and a processing fee of £150 + VAT for business customers.
Personal lease rates start from £119.94 (Incl. VAT) per month on a 2 year personal contract hire agreement with an initial rental of £359.82 (Incl. VAT) and a processing fee of £180 (Incl. VAT).
Key features on the Nissan Note 1.2 Acenta:
• Bluetooth phone integration system
• Cruise control + speed limiter
• Leather steering wheel
• Manual air conditioning
• 15" alloy wheels
To find out more about the Nissan Note range and to take advantage of this special stock offer, follow the above links or call Nationwide Vehicle Contracts on 0345 811 9595.
Financial promotion based on the Nissan Note 1.2 Acenta on 24-month contract hire agreement on a 8,000 miles per annum agreement. Prices subject to initial rental of 3 x monthly rentals and a processing fee of £150 + VAT. VAT charged at 20%. Processing fee will be payable by debit or credit card or by BACs payment at point of order.on Terms and conditions apply. Finance provided through carefully selected panel of finance providers. Credit provided subject to status. You will not own the vehicle. Please contact Nationwide Vehicle Contracts for further details, formal quotation and availability. Picture for illustration purposes only.
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