Nissan Offering Large Cash and Lease Deals
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|
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- Gregg Fidan
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