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Nissan Announces 2017-MY Fleet Incentives

June 07, 2016, by Paul Clinton - Also by this author

Photo of 2017 Titan crew cab courtesy of Nissan.
Photo of 2017 Titan crew cab courtesy of Nissan.

Nissan will offer fleet incentives for 17 of its 2017 model-year cars, trucks, and vans, the company has announced.

For its passenger cars, Nissan is offering $500 for the Versa subcompact sedan; $500 for the Versa Note hatchback; $500 for the Sentra compact car; $1,000 for the Altima mid-size sedan; $1,000 for the Maxima mid-size sedan; and $8,000 for the battery-electric LEAF Nissan is not offering an incentive for the Z sports car.

For its trucks, Nissan is offering $1,000 for the mid-size Frontier and $1,000 for the Titan large pickup, including the diesel- and gasoline-powered Titan XD.

For its vans, Nissan is offering $1,000 for the Quest minivan; $2,200 for the NV cargo van; $1,800 for the NV passenger van; and $1,500 for the NV200 compact cargo van. Nissan is not offering an incentive for the NV200 Taxi.

For its SUVs, Nissan is offering $500 for the Rogue compact SUV; $500 for the Juke compact SUV; $1,000 for the Pathfinder mid-size SUV; $500 for the Murano mid-size SUV; and $1,000 for the second-generation Armada large SUV.

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