New Incentives Available for Nissan Maxima
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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