Are you in the market for a new car? As one of the best-reviewed Nissan dealers in Middle Tennessee, the team here at Newton Nissan South is here to help. We understand that buying a new car can be extremely stressful, especially when it comes to financing or leasing and understanding your options. We’re here to help guide you through the entire process, from browsing through our inventory to understanding the key differences between financing and leasing, as well as our many Nissan lease deals.
When you shop with us, you’ll discover the perks of leasing with Nissan, one of the best-selling brands in the American automotive industry. Nissan’s SignatureLEASE program is not like any other program in the industry because it gives drivers more options from vehicle selection to terms that range anywhere from 24 to 60 months. On top of that, leasing a Nissan means you’ll get behind the wheel of a reliable car, truck, or SUV that will seamlessly take you from your daily commute and carpool duties to your weekend adventures with family and friends.
Since our Newton Fastpass program enables you to buy your next vehicle from the comfort of your couch, we figure there’s no time like the present to dive right into the key differences between taking out an automotive loan and signing a lease. We’ll also discuss the benefits of leasing as well as Nissan’s lineup for 2021 and 2022. Let’s get started.
One of the most stressful aspects of buying a new vehicle involves the exchange of money. How will you pay for the vehicle: cash, auto loan, or lease? Paying cash for the vehicle gives you immediate ownership free of any monthly payment beyond your insurance coverage. When you take out an auto loan, you borrow the money from a lender and make monthly payments until the loan is paid in full. Leasing is the equivalent of renting the car for a set term or period of time without the responsibility of ownership.
Here at Newton Nissan South, we know that purchasing a vehicle isn’t for everyone, which is why we’re proud to offer Nissan’s SignatureLEASE program that gives drivers more options than most major competitors. But how do you know when leasing is the best option for you? Many businesses lease vehicles that are used for their daily operations and, as a result can earn tax benefits. More and more individuals who drive less than 15,000 miles each year and are good about taking care of their vehicles are also discovering the perks of Nissan’s lease program.
The SignatureLEASE program starts with you finding the perfect Nissan for your needs, whether that’s an SUV like the Pathfinder, a car like the Altima, or a truck like the Titan. One of the many benefits of leasing is that you’ll often find you can afford a larger and better-equipped vehicle than what your budget allowed if you purchased the vehicle outright. Why is this the case? Because with leasing, you only pay for the time that you use the vehicle and, as a result, your monthly payments are lower.
Once you’ve found the perfect Nissan, we’ll discuss the available Nissan lease deals as well as term options, which range anywhere from 24 to 60 months. As we go through the process, you’ll learn about Nissan’s annual mileage limits, what the manufacturer considers normal wear and tear, and the proper steps to take at the end of your lease. So, what happens at the end of the lease? You can purchase the leased vehicle, return the leased vehicle to the dealer, or take full advantage of Nissan’s Loyalty Offers by leasing a brand-new Nissan.
As we’ve mentioned, there are many benefits to leasing a Nissan, like finding that you can afford a higher-level trim that’s better equipped with all the latest technology, safety, convenience, and comfort features. This is a huge perk for drivers who want to reap the benefits of Nissan’s commitment to innovation and get behind the wheel of the newest model every few years. Of course, this also leads to another perk: lease payments are usually lower than auto loan payments. In turn, many of our lease customers turn these savings into investments in assets like stocks and bonds.
Nissan has a lot in store for its 2021 and 2022 lineup. After updating sedans like the Versa, Sentra, and Altima, Nissan is now focused on revamping its SUV lineup as well as trucks like the Frontier, which is big news since the Frontier has essentially been unchanged for the last decade. But more on that in a moment!
Nissan drivers will find the same reliability and capability across the 2021 lineup with sedans that offer exceptional fuel economy and various levels of luxury like that found on the Sentry and the Altima. For drivers looking for a fun sports car, the 2021 Nissan GT-R remains a popular choice, especially since Nissan is making the signature Bayside Blue exterior color available on the Premium trim.
SUVs like the Rogue and Murano were updated for 2021 with the Rogue boasting an all-new exterior, infotainment system, and powertrain. The Murano sees upgrades to its driver-assist and safety suite as well as two new exterior color options, while the 2022 Nissan Armada is slotted for a redesign that will offer even more comfort, convenience, and connectivity to drivers and passengers alike!
When it comes to trucks, Nissan is making waves after adding a 310-horsepower 3.8-liter V6 engine to the 2020 Frontier. This new engine marked the beginning of the Frontier’s redesign, which we’ll see completed for 2022 with an all-new exterior and interior that will usher the Frontier into the 21st century in an update that’s long overdue. The larger road beast, the Titan and Titan XD, are also updated with more powerful engines and better handling that make the Titan even more fun to drive. Nissan also gives off-road drivers everything they need with the PRO-4X trim that adds off-road components that are designed to push the Frontier and the Titan to their limits both on and off the pavement.