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Lease 2020 Nissan Altima, Best Deals and Latest Offers
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$249 /month
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$209 /month
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Lease Your New Nissan Car Today

If you are looking to lease a new Nissan you will want to make sure you are working with the best auto leasing agency in the area. If you’re looking for the most affordable leasing options with the most convenient ways to lease the vehicle, you will want to work with us. Our leasing company is different than all the others in the area and we will help ensure you get the exact vehicle you need, for the best possible price, and all without sacrificing on service, quality, price or anything else.
You may be curious about how we can make such bold promises. The fact is, we can do this because we built our auto leasing company from the ground up to be different from all the rest. We harness the power of the Internet to offer you the most convenient way to view the vehicles we have for you. In addition to allowing you to browse from home, this also allows you to look through what we have without any pressure or hurry. If you’re interested in a Nissan Altima Sedan, Cube Wagon, Frontier King Cab or any of the other great vehicles from Nissan, you can see them all in one place. To make it even better, you can learn about the vehicles right from our site too so you don’t have to waste your time driving from place to place to find what you’re looking for.

Easy Leasing Process

When you’re ready, you can just give us a call at 718-871-CARS (2277) to speak with one of our friendly sales professionals. They will help you through the leasing process and get all the details taken care of according to your wishes. They can also help you with financing the lease if needed. Whatever it is you need, they are there to help you every step of the way. Even if you’d like to get a test drive before you purchase, they can get that set up for you too.
When you’ve completed the leasing process, we’ll even have your new Nissan vehicle delivered right to your home or business. You really can’t find any dealership in the region that is more convenient than that. We primarily serve the people in and around New York, but we can help people from throughout the region and beyond with all their car leasing needs.

Company Overview

Nissan Motor Co., Ltd. was established in 1933. Nissan is a pioneer in the manufacturing of automobiles. Nearly 70 years later, Nissan has become one of the world’s leading automakers, with an annual production of 2.4 million units, which represented 4.9 percent of the global market. Domestically, the company sells 774,000 vehicles on an annual basis, placing it second behind Toyota Motor Corporation. About 35 percent of Nissan’s vehicles are sold in Japan, 25 percent in the United States, and 20 percent in Europe.

In the North American market, the company’s top models include the Infiniti, Maxima, Altima, and Sentra passenger cars, the Quest minivan, the Frontier pickup truck, and the Pathfinder sport utility vehicle. After losing money for most of the 1990s, Nissan entered into a global alliance with Renault S.A. in March 1999, with the French company taking a 37 percent stake in Nissan. A massive restructuring was then launched.

Nissan’s challenge is to enhance its corporate value and to build a corporate foundation that will enable the company to win out in the competitive environment of the 21st century. The management team is also keenly aware of its responsibility to meet the expectations of shareholders by reinstating dividend payments as soon as possible.

A Brief History of the Company

Nissan was founded in July 1911. It wasn’t created as Nissan and was instead the Kaishinsha Motor Car Works by Masujiro Hashioto and was Japan’s first automobile manufacturer. The first car produced was the DAT and was launched in 1914. It was called DAT as it was an acronym of the company’s investors’ surnames.

Initially, the company produced mainly trucks due to the fact that there wasn’t a market for passenger cars in Japan at the time. Instead, they produced trucks for the military market as well as small utility trucks. Commercial operations were put on hold during the First World War When they resumed operations they made light cars and trucks under the name of Lila. In 1931, DAT Motors produced a smaller car called the Datsun Type 11. It was called Datsun because it was the ‘son of DAT’.

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If you have any questions about how our auto leasing agency works, about any of the great vehicles we have to offer, or anything else, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at 718-871-CARS (2277). We will be more than happy to talk with you about all your options and help get you set up with the vehicle of your dreams. We carry all the high quality Nissan models as well as models from virtually every other manufacturer so whatever it is you need, we are here for you. Thanks for stopping by and we look forward to serving you soon.

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Nissan FAQ

Who is Nissan owned by?

Renault holds a 43.4% stake in Nissan, while Nissan owns 15% of Renault shares. Each company has a direct interest in the results of its partner. Nissan acquired Mitsubishi Motors for $2.3 billion. Nissan also revived Datsun in 2013 and owns the performance brand Infiniti in October 2016.


Where are Nissan’s vehicles manufactured?

Nissan vehicles that produced for the Nissan North American product line are normally made in one of six manufacturing facilities that are located in the United States, Japan, and Mexico. Japanese facilities are located in the Oppama, Kyushu, and Tochigi, while the American production facilities are located in Canton, Mississippi, and Tennessee.


Are Nissan vehicles expensive to maintain?

It was estimated that the average maintenance cost for all Nissan cars is approximately $500 per year. An issue is considered severe if a repair costs three-times the average annual repair cost for all models.


How much does the Nissan Altima cost?

The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of the Nissan Altima starts at $24,100. This MSRP matches with the prices of the majority of competitors. The best configuration of the Nissan Altima Platinum has a base price of $32,180. If you would like to explore Nissan lease deals, do not wait any longer and contact our sales representative who will be more than happy to assist you.


Is Nissan reliable?

In the most recent survey, Nissan has received a reliability score of 88, which is much better than the industry average (the lower the score, the better the reliability). Nissan has also put several Nissan models in its top 100 most reliable models, including the X-Trail, the Qashqai, and the Micra.


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