3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Nissan Juke

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What you must know before buying the Nissan Juke
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  • Customer Cash incentive replaced by low APR for October
  • No cash back incentives currently available
  • Might be better to wait for Winter incentives
  • Buying a better option that leasing at current rates

Available incentives this month:

The Juke is a niche market vehicle for Nissan, but sales have been surprisingly good thanks to positive reviews and a strong sales push. Current pricing is a mixed bag: while real-world pricing before any incentives has improved in recent months, this is balanced by the fact that some previously available special offers have been dialed back.

This month, you'll find 0% APR for up to 24 months (1.9% APR for up to 60 months) for the Juke S, SV and SL. The more-affordable Juke S and SV trims are stocked in the greatest numbers, while the upscale SL and especially the sporty NISMO and NISMO RS models can be quite difficult to find (Nismo models offer no incentives).

Will waiting a bit pay off here?

Nissan may return incentives on the Juke to their previously available levels in the months to come, meaning you may find longer-term no-interest financing or more cash on the hood by putting off your purchase until November or December. Still, with a vehicle at this price point, the difference to your bottom line will not be so great that we recommend waiting around for better deals that may not materialize.

Would leasing the Juke make more sense?

While a current special lease offer on the Juke does feature a low monthly payment, drive-off costs are a little high for a sub-$20,000 car, making buying a downright better option for a vehicle at this price point. If you do decide to lease, a nationally available deal of $189 per month for 39 months with $2,999 due at lease signing is still available on the Juke S with FWD.

Available incentives this month:

The Juke is a niche market vehicle for Nissan, but sales have been surprisingly good thanks to positive reviews and a strong sales push. Current pricing is a mixed bag: while real-world pricing before any incentives has improved in recent months, this is balanced by the fact that some previously available special offers have been dialed back.

This month, you'll find 0% APR for up to 24 months (1.9% APR for up to 60 months) for the Juke S, SV and SL. The more-affordable Juke S and SV trims are stocked in the greatest numbers, while the upscale SL and especially the sporty NISMO and NISMO RS models can be quite difficult to find (Nismo models offer no incentives).

Will waiting a bit pay off here?

Nissan may return incentives on the Juke to their previously available levels in the months to come, meaning you may find longer-term no-interest financing or more cash on the hood by putting off your purchase until November or December. Still, with a vehicle at this price point, the difference to your bottom line will not be so great that we recommend waiting around for better deals that may not materialize.

Would leasing the Juke make more sense?

While a current special lease offer on the Juke does feature a low monthly payment, drive-off costs are a little high for a sub-$20,000 car, making buying a downright better option for a vehicle at this price point. If you do decide to lease, a nationally available deal of $189 per month for 39 months with $2,999 due at lease signing is still available on the Juke S with FWD.

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