Are you going back and forth between buying or leasing your new Nissan? Then check out our review of these options to find out which is right for your situation! You'll want to consider various factors when deciding between buying a new vehicle or leasing one; that is why we have provided a quick questionnaire to make your decision easier.
There are many opinions out there as to whether buying or leasing is better when you want to drive a brand-new car, crossover, SUV or pickup truck. Often the decision comes down to personal factors, and there is no one-size-fits-all in the buy-vs-lease debate.
The questions we have provided below will help you determine whether leasing or buying a new Nissan here at Pat Fischer Nissan makes more sense for your given situation, lifestyle, budget and preferences. You can also contact our sales staff or visit our new Nissan dealer in Titusville, Florida, for further assistance. We are proud to assist Cocoa, FL area, drivers with their new Nissan lease or purchase!
There are plenty of benefits to both buying and leasing a vehicle, so let's delve into some of them now.
When you purchase a new vehicle, you are free to customize the vehicle as you see fit; that includes adding new wheels, window tint, a trailer hitch, performance add-ons and more. If you drive a hefty amount of miles in a year -- say, 15,000 miles or more -- buying may be the better option for you.
Leases typically have low mileage restrictions, often around 10,000 or 12,000 miles, so if you routinely drive more than the annual lease mileage, buying could give you the mileage freedom you crave.
If you have been known to get emotionally attached to your ride, prefer to do your own auto maintenance or repairs, or dream of seeing your monthly payments dwindle to zero after years of driving, then buying your next vehicle makes a lot of sense.
Nissan leasing has many benefits, too, not unlike car ownership. When you lease a vehicle such as a new Nissan Rogue or Altima here at Pat Fischer Nissan, you can enjoy that new car smell more often, as leases often last for three years or 36 months.
You will also enjoy peace of mind knowing that your new leased vehicle remains under its full warranty during your lease term. Both its powertrain and bumper-to-bumper warranty will likely not expire until after you have moved onto another leased vehicle -- or until you have decided to buy out said leased vehicle and become the owner.
If you typically drive less than 12,000 miles a year and are open to trading ownership for lower monthly payments, then leasing is an option you should consider. Having the lower monthly payments of a leased vehicle also helps if you intend to drive a car that is out of your price range, or one that you can't quite afford to purchase.
Lastly, if your company reimburses you for your car expenses or you are driving the vehicle for your own business, a lease could be a smart financial option for you.
Whether you're leaning toward leasing or buying, your local Nissan dealer, Pat Fischer Nissan, is here for you with competitive incentives! You can view current Nissan finance and lease offers online now. Then, reach out to our sales associates or plan your visit to secure that stylish and high-tech new Nissan you're after with affordable monthly payments.