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Top 10: Crossovers for under £250 a month

Crossovers are now more popular than ever and many are available on affordable PCP deals. Here are ten of the best manufacturer PCP deals on crossovers that we’ve spotted. As always, make sure to check the details of any specific agreement and always read the small print.

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Nissan Qashqai 1.2 DIG-T 2WD N-Connecta

The Nissan Qashqai is one of the UK’s most popular cars, thanks in part to its practical and dependable nature, and there are some good deals available on it. For example, Nissan’s running a 0% APR deal on a high-spec N-Connecta Qasqhai. You’ll have to put down £6352 but, once you’ve got that out of the way, you’ll pay a sensible £199 a month.

What you pay:

Cash price: £24,260

Monthly payment: £199

Customer deposit: £6352

Dealer deposit contribution: £0

Total deposit: £6352

Duration: 37 months

Annual mileage: 10,000

Total amount of credit: £17,908

APR: 0% representative

Optional final payment: £10,744

Total payable by customer: £24,260

Excess mileage fee: 8p per mile

Extras: Two years’ free servicing and three years’ roadside assistance

Click here to read our review of the Nissan Qashqai


Craig_    on 24 June 2016

6000 miles???

   on 9 June 2018

I notice that you have selected the Skoda Karoq twice ??? Hopefully just an oversight always hope that hj doesn’t become influenced like a certain wow site.

Barry Clark    on 18 June 2018

Only a clown would put a huge £4,000+ deposit into a PCP. A deal whereby you'd need to find another £4000+ when you renew your car to have any chance of a similar monthly payment! Highly dubious to advise people to do this.

   on 18 June 2018

The Ford Kuga deal makes no sense at all?
Lease the same car for three years for £230pcm, then buy a three year old car with the same spec when the lease is up for approx £12k. Save around £3.5k.

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