Leasing a new Nissan gives you more choices than your typical purchase plan. Term flexibility, mileage allocation, and a predetermined buy-out price are just a few advantages.
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What Can a SignatureLEASE from Nissan Offer You?
You can lease a new Nissan anywhere from 24 months to 60 months
Varying Mileage Allowances
12,000 miles per year may not cut it for some Nissan drivers. With a Nissan lease, you may allocate as many miles as is needed and build it into your lease plan.
Bang for Your Buck
Leasing a new Nissan will generally allow you to get a better-equipped vehicle for a lower payment than that of a purchase plan.
Guaranteed Asset Protection (GAP) covers you in the case of a total loss on the vehicle. This is provided free of charge and ensures that you don't have to pay a dime in the unfortunate instance of a total loss. Some manufacturers charge upwards of $800 for this coverage.
Pay for What You Use
When leasing a new Nissan, you are only making payments on the portion of the vehicle that you are using. Unlike a purchase, where you make payments on the entire price of the vehicle.
If used for business, you may receive additional tax benefits depending on the state.
More Options at the End
At the end of your lease, you may choose a number of options. These options include turning it in, trading it in, or buying your lease for the residual amount.
Leasing a new Nissan offers peace-of-mind knowing that your vehicle has original factory warranty coverage. In the majority of cases, you will have coverage for the entire duration of the lease.
Predetermined Buy-Out Price
When you lease a new Nissan, the residual amount is locked-in from the start. The residual value is the amount that you can purchase your lease for at the end. It doesn't change and Nissan takes the risk of market value being more or less than the amount.
Disposition Fee Waiver
Nissan will waive any disposition fee if you choose to lease or purchase another new Nissan.
Available Wear and Use Allowance