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Nissan is well known for its high-quality commercial vehicles, and its current line-up of vans offers something for everyone. For starters, there’s the ever-popular Primastar to consider. Thanks to a recent facelift and overhaul, it’s one of the most popular mid-sized vans on Leasing.com.

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Nissan Townstar
Leasing.com value score from
9.0
Monthly cost from
£183.73 p/m
Total lease cost from
£5,879.36
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Nissan Primastar
Leasing.com value score from
8.4
Monthly cost from
£281.50 p/m
Total lease cost from
£10,302.72
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Nissan Interstar
Leasing.com value score from
8.7
Monthly cost from
£317.33 p/m
Total lease cost from
£10,879.93

Nissan lease FAQs

Why should you lease a Nissan?

Choose to lease a Nissan and you’re choosing durability, practicality and quality. The Japanese brand offers a full range of vehicles, with a great range of crossovers and SUVs well suited to family life. It’s also one of the go-to manufacturers for those looking for an electric vehicle. Leasing a Nissan is one of the best ways to minimise costs and get behind the wheel of a fantastic new vehicle.

What are the most popular Nissan models to lease?

No surprise here – the Qashqai is King of the Nissan range, closely followed by the Juke and X-Trail. The brand built its recent reputation on the Qashqai, and the latest version is still top of the class in many regards. There’s also the Leaf to consider, as well as the more up market Ariya if you’re looking for an EV that’ll stand out from the crowd.

What Nissan trim levels can I choose from?

Trim levels include Visia, Acenta Premium and N-Connecta. But whichever Nissan trim you go for, you can expect a well specified vehicle. For example, entry-level Qashqais all feature LED headlights, a digital driver display and tonnes of impressive safety tech like autonomous emergency braking and blind spot intervention.

How much does a Nissan lease cost?

Nissan has traditionally offered leasing customers fantastic value, and its current line-up is no exception. There’s something in the range for everyone at several different price points. Leasing helps minimise costs further by offering lower monthly payments than other forms of new car finance – and rolls several of your motoring costs into one.

Are there any Nissan rivals you should consider?

Nissan rivals include cars from Toyota, Mazda, Vauxhall and Peugeot among others. You can compare how they differ price and spec-wise on Leasing.com, where you’ll find offers from the widest range of manufacturers.

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