Nissan Incentives and Lease Deals for May 2013
Of all the foreign car makers, Nissan has been the one consistently offering the most attractive incentives over the past few months.
April is no different, with Nissan currently averaging $2,600 in incentives per vehicle, up 10% compared to the same time last year. Nissan has had plenty of inventory to choose from which means better deals, especially since some of the competition is struggling to keep vehicles in stock.
Of note for May, Nissan is mostly focused on trying to get rid of remaining 2012 inventory. Most of the cash back rebates are on the leftover models, while lease deals can be had on the 2013 models.. Nissan continues to offer financing as low as 0% for up to 24 months and 1.9% for up to 72 months on several models.
Here are the maximum customer cash-back rebates available nationwide. (Note: incentives can vary greatly by region; these figures may not be accurate in your local area. Always verify with your local dealers) Tip: Use the free CarWoo Deal Finder to see the exact rebates in your local region
Best Nissan Rebates for May 2013
|2012 Nissan Altima
|2013 Nissan Altima
|2012 Nissan Armada
|2012 Nissan Frontier
|2012 Nissan Juke
|2012 Nissan Maxima
|2012 Nissan Murano CrossCabrio
|2013 Nissan Murano||$2,000 |
|2012 Nissan Pathfinder
|2012 Nissan Quest
|2013 Nissan Rogue||$1,500 |
|2012 Nissan Titan
|| Term |
|2013 Nissan 370Z
|2013 Nissan Altima
|2013 Nissan Armada
|2013 Nissan Juke
|2013 Nissan Versa
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