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What you must know before buying the Nissan Altima
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  • 2015 model has landed; 2014 still readily available
  • Excellent incentives available on 2014
  • Altima Coupe has been discontinued for 2014
  • Low monthly payment lease offer is appealing

Is it a good time to buy an Altima?

The new 2015 Altima can now be found at Nissan dealers nationwide, but the similar 2014 is still the most readily available and comes with more-aggressive incentives. Currently, you’ll find the 2014 with 0% APR financing for up to 60 months plus $500 customer cash back, or alternatively, $1,000 in cash savings. Finance through Nissan at regular rates for $1,500 total cash back.

Incentives on the new 2015 are limited to $500 customer cash back, just added for August, plus an extra $500 in finance bonus cash when financing through Nissan. The base 2.5 S model remains the most popular with buyers for its mix of value and excellent fuel efficiency, while V6 models can be more difficult to find with the right color and options, especially in the case of the 3.5 S.

Note that the new 2015 Altima SV and SL have received a significant price hike, but now come with the Technology Package as standard equipment.

What about the Altima Coupe?

It’s been discontinued for 2014, though a very limited number of 2013 models are still available in some markets. Currently you’ll find 0% financing for up to 36 months or $1,500 customer cash back. Ask your dealer or a CarsDirect New Vehicle Specialist about availability, as you should be able to find pricing heavily discounted off MSRP even before incentives.

Low monthly payment lease special:

Aggressive lease deals on the Altima are typically available year-round, but now is an excellent time to lease thanks to a low monthly payment offer with reasonable drive-off costs. Deals may vary slightly by market, but for the 2014 Altima 2.5 S, most regions see an offer of $189 per month for 36 months with just $1,999 due at lease signing.

Is it a good time to buy an Altima?

The new 2015 Altima can now be found at Nissan dealers nationwide, but the similar 2014 is still the most readily available and comes with more-aggressive incentives. Currently, you’ll find the 2014 with 0% APR financing for up to 60 months plus $500 customer cash back, or alternatively, $1,000 in cash savings. Finance through Nissan at regular rates for $1,500 total cash back.

Incentives on the new 2015 are limited to $500 customer cash back, just added for August, plus an extra $500 in finance bonus cash when financing through Nissan. The base 2.5 S model remains the most popular with buyers for its mix of value and excellent fuel efficiency, while V6 models can be more difficult to find with the right color and options, especially in the case of the 3.5 S.

Note that the new 2015 Altima SV and SL have received a significant price hike, but now come with the Technology Package as standard equipment.

What about the Altima Coupe?

It’s been discontinued for 2014, though a very limited number of 2013 models are still available in some markets. Currently you’ll find 0% financing for up to 36 months or $1,500 customer cash back. Ask your dealer or a CarsDirect New Vehicle Specialist about availability, as you should be able to find pricing heavily discounted off MSRP even before incentives.

Low monthly payment lease special:

Aggressive lease deals on the Altima are typically available year-round, but now is an excellent time to lease thanks to a low monthly payment offer with reasonable drive-off costs. Deals may vary slightly by market, but for the 2014 Altima 2.5 S, most regions see an offer of $189 per month for 36 months with just $1,999 due at lease signing.

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Lease Deals

Nissan makes it very easy for a family to get into an Altima -- $189 for 36 months with an initial payment of $1,999 and $500 cash back.

As is true of most leases in the segment, you're limited to 36,000, or 12,000 miles a year. If you think you'll exceed that -- the average American drives 15,000 a year -- negotiate extra mileage upfront. Nissan's post-lease penalty of 15 cents a mile isn't as stiff as some other manufacturers, but it can add up.

ModelPaymentTerm (mos)Due at SigningMSRP
2.5 S Sedan$18936$1,999$23,720

Incentives & Rebates by Style

CarsDirect captures all of the Nissan Altima rebates and incentives, and updates it on a daily basis. Doing research on the latest Nissan Altima financing incentives is crucial if you want to get the best deal possible. Be sure to check back as manufacturers frequently announce new deals. You can find current specials below. Sometimes Nissan Altima incentives and rebates can vary by region, so please make sure we have your correct zipcode (98109).

StyleMSRP Available Incentives (Expiration)
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