Nissan Offering Large Incentives on 2010 Rogue
The Nissan Rogue has been a hit with commuters and families looking for car-like road manners, stylish skin and interior amenities, which has made it a consistently strong seller in Nissan's product portfolio.
Even though it's at the end of its third model year, the 2010 Rogue posted its best monthly sales ever in July, with 10,963 units sold (a 62-percent increase from a year ago).
But with a refreshed 2011 Rogue on the way, Nissan wants to move 2010 models, so August incentives are quite generous.
Now through August 31, 0% financing for up to 60 months is available. Alternatively, $1,000-$1,250 in customer cash available, depending on region.
Also, $500 in bonus cash available, regardless of whether you take the customer cash or the special finance rate.
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