New Nissan Juke Offer

We've done the sums, checked our figures and consulted the business managers - and now you could Drive happy in a brand new Nissan Juke from as little as €56 per week with our amazing 3.9% APR PCP (Personal Contract Plan) offer.

RRP From €23,945 Weekly Payment (156) €56
Finance Rate (APR) 3.9% Monthly Payment (36) €243
30% Deposit €7,184 GMFV €9,578
Balance Funded €16,762 Cost of Credit €1,687

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3.9% APR PCP Terms and Conditions Nissan PCP Finance is provided by AIB Finance and Leasing. Nissan PCP Finance is available at all Windsor Nissan dealerships on Nissan cars registered before December 31st 2019. Lending criteria, terms and conditions apply. Finance is provided by way of a Hire Purchase agreement. Finance examples quoted are over a 36 month period at 3.9% APR (Annual Percentage Rate), are dependent on 10,000km per year or less and include documentation fee of €63.49. Excess mileage plus excess wear and tear may apply upon return of the vehicle. RRPs (Recommended Retail Price) quoted include dealer delivery charges & exclude optional metallic paint. Allied Irish Banks, p.l.c. trading as AIB Finance and Leasing is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. The weekly amount is shown for illustrative purposes only, all instalments are payable monthly. (WARNING: You will not own these goods until the final repayment is made. WARNING: You may have to pay charges if you pay off a fixed-rate loan early. WARNING: If you do not meet the repayments on your loan, your account will go into arrears. This may affect your credit rating, which may limit your ability to access credit in the future). GMFV is based on <15,000k per annum.