Lease a Nissan LEAF N-Connecta

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Nissan LEAF N-Connecta Personal Contract Hire

The Nissan Leaf was one of the first electric cars to drive onto UK roads in 2010. This second-generation version of the Leaf was revamped in 2018 with a bigger battery, more powerful motor and a larger boot. Read more…

£213 inc. VAT
£1,919 initial rental inc. VAT

Excess mileage fees may apply | Personal contract hire terms

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5,000 miles per year24 month contract36 kWh battery£27,995 retail price
135 mile real world range152 equivalent mpg7.9 secs from 0-62 mph89 mph top speed

Nissan LEAF N-Connecta Deals

Miles Per AnnumInitial RentalTermMonthly Rental
5,0009 months24 months£213
10,0009 months24 months£236
15,0009 months24 months£259
20,0009 months24 months£284
5,0009 months24 months£232
10,0009 months24 months£260
15,0009 months24 months£287
20,0009 months24 months£312

All rentals include VAT and based on Arctic White colour option

Excess mileage fees may apply

Nissan LEAF combo offers

We do more than lease electric cars. Add the EO Mini Pro home charger or the GoElectric home energy tariff for EV drivers, to benefit from the offers below.

EO Mini Pro electric car home charger

Pay just £799 for a home charger

  • EO Mini Pro home charger
  • Professional installation
  • Pay just £799. Price assumes you qualify for the £500 OLEV grant(1)


Qualify if you've already got an electric car or one on order, have off-street parking.

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5,000 miles free credit

  • Cash equivalent of 5,000 miles credited to your account - worth £114


Lease a car and get the GoElectric electric car tariff with EDF to qualify for this great offer.(2)

Nissan LEAF N-Connecta key features

Nissan LEAF front view on road
Nissan LEAF interior view dashboard seating
Nissan LEAF rear view on road
Nissan LEAF interior view cabin rear seating
Price from£27,995
Available sinceFebruary 2018
Insurance group21
0-62 mph7.9 secs
Top Speed89 mph
Equivalent MPG152 mpg
Battery Capacity36 kWh
Real World Range135 miles
Efficiency265 Wh/mile
CO2 Emissions0g/km
Car BodyHatchback
Seats5 People

Standard equipment

N-Connecta Trim

Bluetooth

Electric Adjustable Folding Door Mirrors

Heated front seats

Black leather/fabric

17″ Alloy Wheels

Heated Steering Wheel

Rear View Monitor

Privacy Glass

Android Auto + Apple Carplay

Solid paint

Chrome Door Handles

NissanConnect EV 7″

Touch Screen Navigation

Illuminated Charging Port

Height Adjustable Driver’s Seat

Front & Rear Parking Sensors

Intelligent Cruise Control

6 Speaker Audio System

Faster heater + Air Conditioning

Speed Limiter

Power windows (Front & Rear)

  

Technical info

Real range

City - Cold Weather130 miles
Highway - Cold Weather95 miles
Combined - Cold Weather110 miles
City - Mild Weather200 miles
Highway - Mild Weather120 miles
Combined - Mild Weather155 miles

Performance

Acceleration 0 - 62 mph7.9 secs
Top speed89 mph
Electrical range135 miles
Total Power110 kW (148 hp)
Total Torque236 lb-ft
DriveFront

Battery & charging

Battery Capacity40 kWh
Charging PortType 2
Port LocationFront - Middle
Charge Power3.6 kW - AC
Charge Time (0 -> 120 miles)11h45
Charge Speed11 mph
Battery Usable*36 kWh
Fast Charge PortCHAdeMO
FC Port LocationFront - Middle
Fast Charge Power (max)46 kWh - DC
Fast Charge Time (12 -> 96 miles)40 min
Fast Charge Speed140 mph


Energy consumption

Real World

Range135 miles
Vehicle Consumption265 Wh/mile
CO2 Emissions0 g/km
Vehicle Fuel Equivalent152 mpg

WLTP

Range168 miles
Rate Consumption330 Wh/mile
Vehicle Consumption210 Wh/mile
CO2 Emissions0 g/km
Rate Fuel Equivalent122 mpg
Vehicle Fuel Equivalent189 mpg

Dimensions & weight

Length4490 mm
Width1788 mm
Height1530 mm
Wheelbase2700 mm
Weight Empty1580 kg
Cargo Volume435 L
Cargo Volume Max1176 L
Towing Weight Unbraked0 kg
Towing Weight Braked0 kg
Roof Load35 kg

Vehicle details

Seats5 People
IsofixYes, 2 seats
Turning Circle10.6 m
Car BodyHatchback
SegmentSmall Family Car
Roof RailsNo

Company car tax indication

Financial year 2019-20

BIK Tax Rate16%
P11D Value from£31,440
Benefit in Kind (BIK)£5,030
BIK @20%£84 pm
BIK @40%£168 pm
BIK @40%£189 pm

Financial year 2020-21

BIK Tax Rate0%
P11D Value from£31,440
Benefit in Kind (BIK)£0
BIK @20%£0 pm
BIK @40%£0 pm
BIK @40%£0 pm

Financial year 2021-22

BIK Tax Rate1%
P11D Value from£31,440
Benefit in Kind (BIK)£314
BIK @20%£5 pm
BIK @40%£10 pm
BIK @40%£12 pm

Read more about the Nissan Leaf

This is the car for you if… you’re looking for an established electric car that delivers a smooth driving experience and value for money.

The Nissan Leaf shook up the motoring world when it launched in 2010. Not because it looked wildly futuristic. Nor because it promised to overhaul how we drive. But because it looked, well, so normal. In fact, just like any other petrol, diesel or hybrid car on the road.

It was a pivotal moment for a lot of people who’d been hesitant about electric cars until this point. And the Nissan Leaf continues to convert fans by offering a familiar and reliable driving experience.

Now in its second generation, the revamped Nissan Leaf launched in 2018. It comes with a bigger 40kWh battery, which means you can travel further on a single charge (the WLTP range is 168 miles). There’s a more powerful motor on board: The Leaf now zips from 0-62mph in a speedier 7.9 seconds. Plus, an extra 65 litres of boot capacity. So there’s even more space to stash your shopping, the kids’ scooters or holiday luggage.

The exterior of the Nissan Leaf is comfortably familiar – with only a few minor changes to the previous version. So there’s the same sloping bonnet seen on the first-generation Leaf. But now the headlights have been seamlessly integrated into the front of the car. And there are sharper contours along the underbody that give the Leaf a more contemporary feel.

But these modifications aren’t just to make this mid-size hatchback appeal to a wider audience. It’s about making the drive behind the wheel as smooth as possible. Even though this car can nimbly accelerate when you put your foot down, driving the Nissan Leaf is designed to be a relaxing and fuss-free experience.

There’s none of the stress of changing gears when you drive electric. But Nissan has gone one step further with its e-Pedal. This regenerative braking system helps to stretch out your battery range. But on a subtler level, it changes how you drive.

Because instead of jumping straight onto the brake pedal to halt your speed, you reduce pressure on the accelerator pedal to slow down. So it shifts your mind-set about braking. And makes the Nissan Leaf a steadier and graceful drive.

Inside the Nissan Leaf, comfort is the number one priority. There are heated seats and a heated steering wheel. It’s roomy enough to seat five adults. And there’s privacy glass to give it an exclusive feel inside.

The 8-inch touchscreen stands proud in the centre of the Leaf’s dashboard. This is your window into NissanConnect services. Use the NissanConnect app to send directions to your car. Or to charge your vehicle remotely. There’s also integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. So you can listen to your messages while on your travels. Or put your favourite album on shuffle.

Nissan’s loaded up the Leaf with a range of safety features as standard. So it’ll detect when a collision is imminent and apply the brakes automatically. Or warn you if you veer across lanes. It’s just another of the ways in which the Nissan Leaf is designed to make your journey as convenient and comfortable as possible.

 

Our three favourite features:

  1. The e-Pedal gives you single-pedal control for speeding up, slowing down and braking. It’s simple to use – and makes nipping in and out of traffic a breeze.
  2. The Leaf’s new, bigger boot is a bonus for anyone who can’t pack light… Even when you’re only dashing to the supermarket for a pint of milk.
  3. The intelligent around view monitor is a really handy safety feature. It warns you when it detects a moving object near your car that you might otherwise miss.

You’ll like the Nissan Leaf if you… want a surprisingly zippy electric ride in familiar hatchback form.

Contract Hire Agreement

  • Excess mileage and vehicle damage charges other than fair wear and tear may be payable
  • Early termination fees may apply if you wish to end the agreement early
  • All contracts are subject to terms and conditions as detailed in the Contract Hire agreement

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