Nissan Deals: Buy or Lease a Nissan

Nissan Financing, Cash Back, and Lease Offers for May

Nissan continues to offer strong leasing and financing terms this month. May Nissan lease deals include monthly payments as low as $139 and down payments lower than $3,000 on most of their vehicles. Most 2016 and 2017 models are for sale with no-interest financing for up to six years and include cash back bonuses of up to $4,000 when you finance through Nissan. These terms beat deals offered by Honda, Volkswagen, and Ford.

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Last Updated: May 05, 2017

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Want to go green? The all-electric 2017 Nissan Leaf (MSRP: $30,680) can be financed for up to six years at zero percent interest with a $4,000 cash back bonus. This is a great deal, but if you're not committed to an electric vehicle and still want to be environmentally friendly and save some gas, instead consider the 2017 Toyota Camry Hybrid (MSRP: $26,790). The Camry Hybrid rates much higher on our hybrid and electric car rankings, and it's available with the same finance terms as the Leaf. The cash back bonus is $3,000 less, but you'll still come out ahead by nearly $900 if you opt for the Toyota, and you’ll get a better all-around car.

You can lease the redesigned 2017 Nissan Rogue for three years with a monthly payment of $199 and $3,199 down. The Rogue has a solid middle-of-the-pack ranking and one of the best interiors in the compact SUV class. You can lease the much higher-ranked 2017 Mazda CX-5, but you'll pay $650 more to do so. The CX-5 is available to lease for $229 a month for three years with $2,799 down. With an even lower monthly payment, Chevy is offering an intriguing deal for the similarly ranked 2017 Equinox. You can bring the Equinox home for the super low monthly payment of $159. However, the term is only two years and you'll have to pony up a more substantial $4,219 down payment. This will save you nearly $2,300 compared to the Rogue, but you'll have the Equinox a year less with more money paid upfront. In this case, you're better off going with the Rogue.

Before you head to the dealership, make sure you check out our Nissan page, where you can see the average price paid for the vehicle you’re interested in. Then, use the U.S. News Best Price Program to find the best local prices in your area. Also, cross-shop car deals just as you would cars by taking a look at our list of the Best Car Deals for this month.

Deals listed are from Nissan's manufacturer site using representative ZIP codes. While we work to keep Nissan deals up to date and accurate, deals may vary depending on your location. The best source of current discounts and incentives on a new Nissan is your local Nissan dealer. Checking with the dealer can make you more aware of any specials they have and give you access to their inventory. Use the forms below to contact a Nissan dealer near you.


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