Should I purchase or lease?

There are advantages to both, but no difference in maintenance or operating costs. Generally, leases are better for those who drive up to 15,000 miles each year, take excellent care of their vehicles, and want a new car every two to four years. With a lease, you only have to pay for that portion of the car''s life that you use. Buying is ideal if you drive a lot of miles, put your vehicle to heavy or rough use, and want to build equity. You can also sell, customize or trade your Nissan if you wish when you own the vehicle.


Can I lease a pre-owned vehicle?

How can I contact you by mail?

How can I contact you by phone?

Do I have to notify NMAC if my lease vehicle was involved in an accident and was damaged?

How much can I get for my trade-in?

There is an entry on my credit report from NMAC. Whom do I contact?

How can I improve my credit rating?

Will I receive a coupon book to make my payments?

Can I change the due date on my account?

How will I know when my due date has been changed?

Can I skip or defer the payment on my account?

What if I can no longer afford the payments on my lease account?

Will NMAC allow another party to take over the payments on my account?

I didn’t receive a billing statement. Can I make my payment without it?

Can I request a duplicate billing statement?

What happens to my lease if I move?

My name recently changed (marriage, divorce, etc). How do I update the name on my lease?

How is my payment amount determined?

Why doesn’t the last payment I mailed show up on my statement?

Can I make lease payments online?

Will my late payment be reported to the credit bureaus?

Why is the payment amount due this month different from my regular payment amount?

If I am sending a check, where do I mail my payment?