One Week Only: Nissan To Offer One Percent Finance On New Cars

Peter Anderson | Jul 6, 2012

Nissan Australia has thrown down the gauntlet for the new financial year, offering one percent finance on the purchase of a new car.

Dubbed "The Big One," the finance deal is to be offered by Nissan's in-house finance arm, Nissan Financial Services Australia. The promotion will run from Monday July 9 to Sunday July 15.

“Following a record sales month for Nissan in June, this finance deal outlines our dedication to offering car buyers maximum value,” Nissan Australia CEO Bill Peffer said.

The offer is available across most of the Nissan range, but excludes the GT-R and the new Leaf EV.

Nissan says its June sales performance was the company's best monthly result in twenty years, recording a 30.7 percent improvement in new car sales over June last year.

“We now have the Leaf in Nissan dealerships and there are further innovative and exciting models still to come in the near future, such as Almera, the new Patrol, the return of the Pulsar and the all-new Altima next year," Peffer added.

Nissan's June performance is an example of an industry in surprisingly rude health, with total sales for the year expected to break the one-million mark.

Filed under: Nissan, new car sales, News, finance

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  • Roger says,
    2 years ago
    My guess is it doesnt apply to GTR, or even 370Z for that matter?
    • Mike Stevens
      Mike Stevens [TMR] says,
      2 years ago
      2 likes
      Hi Roger,

      We've just spoken with Jeff Fisher at Nissan, and he has confirmed that the offer is available on all but the GT-R and Leaf.

      Cheers.
  • Kara says,
    2 years ago
    Is the navara included in this deal?
    • symo says,
      2 years ago
      Check the fine print, I reckon you will have to pay full RRP to get the 1% deal. May not be as much of a saving as you think.
  • TrOy says,
    2 years ago
    Shame it's only a 36 month term, Most people wonT be able to afford the repayments on a short term like that or they will have enormous balloon payments!!
    • fourl6 says,
      2 years ago
      We got a new x-trail last month, the finance was pretty flexible, 4.7% over 5 years with no balloon payment and a 10% deposit.

      that was the 2.7% deal and add 1% per year extra.
    • OutbackOZ
      OutbackOZ says,
      2 years ago
      TrOy, I thought that too but after talking to Nissan they said u can take it longer, BUT, 4 years would be at 2% and 5 years would be 3%. That's still good I thought!
  • Jono says,
    2 years ago
    Is it still possible to get the 4.2 litre engine?
    • OutbackOZ
      OutbackOZ says,
      2 years ago
      Last sold in 2006! Damn sham that too! If it where still for sale today it would number 1
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