New Incentives Available for Nissan Maxima
The 2010 and 2009 Nissan Maximas recently ended a particularly strong leasing offer, but buyers considering this vehicle now have attractive financing and rebate options.
For the month of February, Nissan is offering $1,250 cash back or financing of between 0 and 1.9 percent dependent on the length of the loan. Loans of up to 60 months, or five years, will qualify for the no-interest rate. Previous lease deals had offered monthly payments $100 cheaper than similarly appointed competitors.
The Nissan Maxima appeals to drivers who like the automaker's desire to design cars that don't have cookie cutter looks, with a bevy of standard features on tap that put it in line with the Hyundai Genesis or even the Lexus G37.
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- Gregg Fidan
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Gregg Fidan + is the founder of RealCarTips. After being ripped off on his first car purchase, he devoted several years to figuring out the best ways to avoid scams and negotiate the best car deals. He has written hundreds of articles on the subject of car buying and taught thousands of car shoppers how to get the best deals.
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