Lease 2023 Nissan Ariya as Low as $199/Month

Limited inventory: East Coast Cities – Act Fast!

Now, individuals in certain regions can lease a Nissan Ariya electric SUV for a mere $199 per month due to a recent reduction in cost. This places it among the top EV (Electric Vehicle) rental bargains to be found in the US.

If you dwell in the likes of New York City, Washington D.C., Jersey City, Boston, or Baltimore, for instance, you have the choice to buy a 2023 Nissan Ariya Engage FWD at an entry-level price of $199 per month with an 18-month contract, and paying $4,379 upfront at signing.

The initiatory payment of $4,379 encompasses a consumer down payment of $4,180 plus an initial month’s fee of $199, as per the Nissan’s site from Cars Direct, an online auto research firm. Therefore, when you factor in the down payment, the general cost each month is approximately $442.

Nissan is offering a spectacular SignatureFlex Lease deal with savings totaling more than $10,000. This includes a discount of $9,280 off the lease cost and an extra $1,000 bonus cash. If the consumer currently has a Nissan or Infiniti car, then they are qualified for an added Loyalty Cash benefit of $1,000 without needing to trade it in.

The leasing agreement is based on a beginning Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price of $45,080 including delivery charge and 10,000 miles each year; exceed that amount in the span of one year and you’ll be subject to a supplemental fee of $0.25 per mile. The 2023 Nissan Ariya Engage FWD is fueled by a 63-kilowatt-hour battery pack, giving an estimated EPA-rated range of 216 miles.

For those who are intrigued, there is only a restricted amount of stock, thus it is wise to consult your nearest Nissan dealership for inventory details.

Variations of the bargain may differ by area; after perusing the car manufacturer’s page, we could only notice its availability in picked cities on the East Coast: NYC, DC, Jersey City, Boston, and Baltimore. There might be even more locations where it is applicable; to determine if your locality is included, type in your postal code in the appropriate field over at Nissan’s website.

Elsewhere in America, particularly the West Coast, Nissan is currently providing a standard renting agreement of $369 per month along with an original payment of $4,079 for 36 months, based on its MSRP of $45,080 (including destination fees). A period ago, it was occasionally possible to rent the Nissan Ariya nationwide for $339 across 36 months and $4,509 upfront.

According to Cars Direct, as indicated in an announcement sent to dealers, Nissan has reviewed the leasing rates for its Ariya variant, consequently passing on the advantage of the $7,500 federal tax credit. Evidently, this credit is not obtainable when the EV is purchased; yet thanks to a suitable provision of the Inflation Reduction Act, automakers can claim the commercial tax incentive when offering it on lease to customers.

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