Nissan Offering Large Cash and Lease Deals
There's a big push to increase sales numbers at Nissan, which means extra cash and lease incentives until the end of this month.
For those with good credit, interest rates can be had for as low as 0% for most 2011 models.
Rates of 1.9% and 2.9% are available for some 2012 models.
Recent college graduates can get an extra $500 cash incentive while everyone else gets cash rebates in lieu of the special finance rate.
Summary of the Deals:
|2011 Titan||N/A||Up to $5,250 (depending upon trim level)|
|2012 Sentra||0% for 36 months||$500 (in addition to 0%)|
|2011 Murano||0% for 60 months||$2,500|
|2012 Frontier||0.9% for 26 months||$2,000|
|2011 Versa||0% for 36 months||N/A|
Lease Deals (12,000 miles annually):
|Model||Payment||Term||Due At Signing|
|2012 Altima||$179/month||24 months||$2,999|
|2012 Sentra 2.0 SR||$169/month||39 months||$1,999|
|2012 Maxima||$309/month||39 months||$2,999|
|2011 Frontier||$229/month||39 months||$2,499|
|2012 Altima Coupe||$249/month||39 months||$2,999|
Next Step: Enter your zip code to get real-time incentives and prices for Nissan models in your local area
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- Gregg Fidan
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