When you purchase a new or used Nissan, you likely establish a relationship with the sales team that made the deal. That relationship can blossom into a years-long incentive program for all future purchases and vehicle services. Being loyal to our local dealership has its advantages, and here’s how to reap the rewards:
Identifying your dealer near you
So, just how do you put in the time and effort to get the best deal? The first thing you are going to want to do is to visit the manufacturer’s website to see what offers they are promoting.
From there visit your local dealer’s website to see what special offers they may be offering to complement the manufacturer’s offers. Then submit an email inquiry on the vehicle or vehicles you may be interested in. In your email inquiry to the dealership ask lots of questions.
Don’t just ask how much and if it is still in stock, take it a step further and really show the dealer you are serious about buying a vehicle and getting a good deal. Use the list below as a guide and feel free to ask any other questions.
- What are the current factory rebates?
- What are the current finance rate offers?
- Are there any special offers like first time buyer or college graduates that I might be able to qualify for?
- Do you offer overnight test drives?
- Why would I want to purchase from you instead of someone else?
Ask for loyalty program details
Speak with your dealership about ongoing incentives for favorite customers. Many offer actual program incentives for those who come back year after year to purchase vehicles.
Use the incentives
Many dealerships locations close to you will offer customers a discount on new vehicle purchases and are willing to give maintenance services like oil changes or tire rotations for free. Understand what kind of incentives are available to you and be sure to use them often.
Sign up for more
Numerous closeby dealerships will be happy to add you to a mailing list which they use to frequently convey coupons and refund offer on vehicles, repair or upkeep administrations. These coupons can save a lot of money in addition to any loyalty program incentives.
Keep coming back
Be sure to consult with your Nissan dealership on new vehicle purchases and take your current vehicle in regularly for maintenance. The dealership will keep a record of all work done as well as costs incurred.
Customers will not have to worry about tracking down information if it is all contained in one place. Your dealership in your vicinity is experienced with the vehicle you own and have the ability to repair any problems under warranty, especially during a recall.
Remember the deals can change quickly but don’t let that possibility pressure you into making a decision before you are ready. Most of the time the offers are good through the last business day of the current month, but some offers can change at different times.
On the first business day of the new month, they can change due to many different factors. Most manufacturers will change the offers every month at least a little bit as they react to current sales conditions.