|47 monthly rentals of||£199 +VAT|
|Advance rental||£1,428 +VAT|
|Final rental of||£4,406 +VAT|
|Annual mileage||10,000 miles|
|Length of agreement||48 months|
|Yearly rental at end of agreement||£50.00 +VAT|
The Nissan NV200 van is the durable workhorse your business needs. Thanks to its impressive load capacity, it’s up to the biggest tasks, but is small enough to thread through busy city traffic - and with low running costs, it is the perfect partner for your business.
Nissan NV200 Panel Van Tekna includes the following specification as standard:
Terms & Conditions: Images and videos are for illustrative purposes only and may include optional extras, including the colour, that are available at an extra cost, or may not be to UK specification. Business users only. Any vehicle prices show exclude VAT, delivery to dealership and on the road charges. Offers cannot be used with other schemes or finance offers and are available on specified new vehicles when ordered and registered between 03/07/18 and 30/09/18.
Nissan Lease Hire Terms & Conditions: Finance provided by RCI Financial Services Limited, PO Box 495, Watford, WD17 1BR. Subject to status. Guarantees and indemnities may be required. You must be 18 or over and a UK resident (excluding Isle of Man and Channel Islands). Finance lease rates are based on 10,000 miles per annum. At the end of the contract you will not own the vehicle. Terms and conditions apply. Finance Lease rates exclude VAT. Other contract lengths, advance rentals and mileage options are available, please contact us for a personalised quotation. At the end of the Primary Period of hire there are 2 options available: 1) Sell the vehicle to an independent third party on behalf of Nissan Finance, settle the balloon payment, then receive 100% of the excess sales proceeds. (Paid as a rebate of rentals) 2) The customer can enter a Secondary Period of hire for a nominal annual 'peppercorn' rental fee of £50 + VAT to retain use of the leased vehicle. At the end of the Primary Period of hire the balloon payment must be settled before the contract can be extended.