Latest Nissan offers and finance deals 2020

Check out all the latest deals on nearly-new and used Nissan models with PCP finance deals on everything from the Micra to the X-Trail

BuyaCar team
Jan 31, 2020

Nissan's range might not be enormous, but the company sells some of the best-loved cars on the road: from the country's favourite tall family car - the Nissan Qashqai crossover - to the best-selling electric Leaf.

In general, Nissan's cars are sturdy, comfortable and efficient, but they also represent excellent value, whether you're looking for a deal on a new vehicle, for large discounts on nearly-new cars, or for top value PCP finance deals on a used Nissan.

In fact, not only does the popularity of models such as the Qashqai and Leaf mean tat used prices are strong value, but there are also plenty of used models to choose from, so you should be able to find one that suits your needs for a good price.

You'll find the latest deals on some of the most popular Nissans below. Read on to find out more about the latest offers available on used Nissan models available right now on BuyaCar.

2020 Nissan PCP offers

Nissan Micra offers

Nissan's latest Micra is a realistic alternative to popular small cars such as the Ford Fiesta and VW Polo. It's spacious in the front and back, has a good-sized 300-litre boot, and delivers an all-round mix of comfort and nimbleness.

In other words, it's a world away from the previous-generation Micra, which wasn't up to modern standards of space and comfort. Prices for new versions are very high. Thankfully, though, used versions offer much greater value. 

Nissan Micra versions

  • 2017-present The latest Micra (pictured above) is a modern small car, offering space, comfort and technology such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto with most models. Buyers' guide
  • 2010-2017 Buyers with the tightest budgets will appreciate the cheap prices of this Micra version - the bouncy and noisy ride less so. Buyers' guide
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Nearly new Nissan Micra

BuyaCar prices from £11,495
Monthly finance from £184

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Used Nissan Micra

BuyaCar prices from £4,000
Monthly finance from £82

Nissan Leaf offers

 

As one of the first mainstream electric cars, the Nissan Leaf made battery-powered motoring a realistic prospect and the latest version (pictured above) requires fewer compromises, thanks to a range of around 140 miles - which increases to more than 200 for the E+ model with a bigger battery.

It promises smooth and silent motoring, whether you opt for the current model, or the previous-generation car, with a range of around 100 miles. Whatever the case, it might be handy if you have off-street parking or can charge at work to guarantee the ability to charge it up.

Nissan Leaf versions

  • 2018-present More range, a more appealing design and a spacious interior: the latest Leaf is a decent family electric car. Buyers' guide
  • 2010-2017 Very affordable electric car pioneer. If you rarely travel across the county, the 80-100 mile range of the first Nissan Leaf should be plenty for everyday use. Buyers' guide
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Nearly new Nissan Leaf

BuyaCar prices from £19,950
Monthly finance from £285

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Used Nissan Leaf

BuyaCar prices from £9,290
Monthly finance from £170

Nissan Juke offers

On sale for nearly a decade, the Nissan Juke remains as quirky-looking as it did when it launched, which has done its sales figures no harm. All of this means there are plenty of used models to choose from, so whichever version you're after, you should be able to find a suitable car for the right price.

A recent wave of new small SUVs means that the Juke is no longer the most up-to-date car in terms of interior technology, comfort and space, but no rival looks as distinctive. Furthermore, there are fewer rivals on the used market, where prices are competitive.

The all-new Nissan Juke, launched in 2019, brings refreshed styling and an updated interior to what has become a very popular car in an increasingly competitive market sector. With used versions of the latest Juke starting to filter through, those on a budget can choose from versions of the original Juke and an increasing number of the newer model, too.

Nissan Juke buyers' guide

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Nearly new Nissan Juke

BuyaCar prices from £11,996
Monthly finance from £189

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Used Nissan Juke

BuyaCar prices from £5,899
Monthly finance from £118

Nissan Qashqai offers

Designed to make life as simple as possible, the Nissan Qashqai offers good visibility from its high driving position, a simple and straightforward dashboard layout, light steering and economical engines.

Small boot aside, it's ideal for families, particularly as the current generation is now six years old, making earlier models a bargain. If you'd prefer a bit more space and practicality, it may be worth checking out the closely related Renault Kadjar.

Nissan Qashqai buyers' guide

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Nearly new Nissan Qashqai

BuyaCar prices from £17,100
Monthly finance from £248

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Used Nissan Qashqai

BuyaCar prices from £7,500
Monthly finance from £136

Nissan X-Trail offers

A larger version of the Nissan Qashqai, the X-Trail solves problem of that car's small boot. It's available with an optional third row of rear seats too, allowing seven to travel in the car.

Some versions might look rugged, and four-wheel drive is optional, but this is really a car designed for the road that shares most of the Qashqai's positive points. The engines do have to work harder to deal with the extra weight, so don't expect sensational performance.

Nissan X-Trail buyers' guide

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Nearly new Nissan X-Trail

BuyaCar prices from £18,995
Monthly finance from £314

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Used Nissan X-Trail

BuyaCar prices from £10,200
Monthly finance from £161

Nissan 370Z offers

Last up is the the Nissan 370Z. It is a touch old-fashioned - mostly in a good way, thanks to its large V6 engine which doesn't have the turbochargers that are fitted to most similar modern cars. This means that you need to work it hard to get the best performance out of the car - with regular gearchanges and plenty of revving - making you feel entirely involved with the process of driving.

It's fast, responsive and fun to drive, but the price is poor fuel economy. The interior of the car betrays its decade-old design. If you're after a sports car that feels like a traditional, analogue sports car, however, where you feel exactly what the car's doing through the steering and gear lever, the 370Z could be perfect for you.

Nissan 370Z buyers' guide

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Nearly new Nissan 370Z

BuyaCar prices from £24,176
Monthly finance from £343

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Used Nissan 370Z

BuyaCar prices from £18,598
Monthly finance from £276

 

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