nissan military purchase programLike everyone in the United States, the Nissan Motor Company is proud of the service that the personnel of the US military conducts in helping keep the world safe and peaceful. As a demonstration of their appreciation, they offer special incentives to active and recent vets and retired military personnel on specific Nissan models.

Nissan Military Discount Highlights

  • US Military Status:¬†US Active and Reserve Military, US Military Retirees, and US Military Veterans (Must be within 12 months of Active/Reserve Duty)
  • Vehicle Purchase Price: Active Military and Veterans receive a starting price well below MSRP and Dealer Invoice.
  • Bonus Cash: There are Bonus Cash Rebates and VPP Discounts on top of the Low Invoice Price.
  • Thousands Off Sticker: Combine the Military Price and the various bonus cash offers to save big!

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nissan military rebateThe exclusive discount available provides for vehicles being sold at or below dealer invoice.

Qualified active members of services and reserves including the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and Coast Guard are eligible for this program, upon presentation of credentials specified in the program and a VPP (Vehicle Purchase Program) ID, which can be obtained here.

The amount of the incentive will be dependent upon the model you choose, and incentives for various models differ by region; your local authorized Nissan dealer can apprise you on the vehicles available in your area. Incentives are not available on all trim models.

nissan military vehicle purchaseThe VPP program applies to the purchase or lease of new Nissans.

The Nissan Military Vehicle Purchase Program discounts do not affect other discounts or rebate programs which may be made available by the manufacturer or dealer from time to time – this program is in addition to those discounts.

Documentation needed by active or retired personnel varies by status, but includes items such as recent pay stubs, documentation for retires and are specifically outlined by class.

Nissan is proud to support the US military’s effort through their “Salute to Savings” program – they like to think of it as “Operation Appreciation.”