3/4 Front Glamour 2014 Nissan Xterra

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What you must know before buying the Nissan Xterra
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  • Incentives are rare, especially on 2015 models
  • Modest current APR incentive
  • Xterra X is the most readily available
  • Good current lease special is a legitimate alternative to buying

A decent time to buy with modest but welcome incentives:

One of the last true hardcore SUVs still available on the market, the go-anywhere Xterra is a niche product that isn’t produced in high volumes, but has a dedicated following and can be extremely hard to find. Base X models are more readily available, while the upscale S and PRO-4X trim levels may require a special order.

Nissan currently offers a modest but welcome incentive of 1.9% APR for up to 36 months. We don’t anticipate any forthcoming cash back on the Xterra, but putting off your purchase toward the end of the model year may net you no-interest financing.

New 2015 models are now arriving, which may open the door to more flexible pricing on 2014 models. Deals will vary based on inventory, so check with your local dealer.

Good current special lease offer on the Xterra:

A tempting lease offer that should be available in nearly all national markets on the Xterra X 4x4 with automatic transmission continues this month, featuring an affordable monthly payment. Currently, that deal takes the form of $309 per month for 39 months with $2,999 due at lease signing. This is a good enough offer to warrant consideration over purchasing outright, but not so outstanding that something a bit better may materialize in the months to come.

A decent time to buy with modest but welcome incentives:

One of the last true hardcore SUVs still available on the market, the go-anywhere Xterra is a niche product that isn’t produced in high volumes, but has a dedicated following and can be extremely hard to find. Base X models are more readily available, while the upscale S and PRO-4X trim levels may require a special order.

Nissan currently offers a modest but welcome incentive of 1.9% APR for up to 36 months. We don’t anticipate any forthcoming cash back on the Xterra, but putting off your purchase toward the end of the model year may net you no-interest financing.

New 2015 models are now arriving, which may open the door to more flexible pricing on 2014 models. Deals will vary based on inventory, so check with your local dealer.

Good current special lease offer on the Xterra:

A tempting lease offer that should be available in nearly all national markets on the Xterra X 4x4 with automatic transmission continues this month, featuring an affordable monthly payment. Currently, that deal takes the form of $309 per month for 39 months with $2,999 due at lease signing. This is a good enough offer to warrant consideration over purchasing outright, but not so outstanding that something a bit better may materialize in the months to come.

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Incentives & Rebates

We have access to the most robust incentive and rebate data available. Unfortunately, Nissan is not offering incentives on the PRO-4X 4dr 4x4 at this time.

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ModelPaymentTerm (mos)Due at SigningMSRP
X 4x2 AT$30939$2,999$26,305