Should You Buy or Lease Your New Nissan Car, Truck, or SUV in Grand Rapids?

It can be hard to decide whether you want to finance or lease your next vehicle, but with a few easy questions you can find the right one for you! Whether you're looking for an affordable option, or looking to invest in your future, you can be sure that we'll get you the vehicle you want, for the payment option you need. Thanks to the already affordable price of new Nissan models, no matter which you choose, you'll get the best value for your money in Grand Rapids.

Why Buy?

Financing your new car, truck, or SUV is a smart decision if you're looking for a few key things:

  • Building equity
  • A lower overall cost
  • Freedom from mileage restrictions and customization limits
  • When you finance your car, you own it outright, and though your monthly payments might be higher, you end up spending less overall than you would if you bought out your lease. If you know what you want, and know that you want to have your new Nissan Pathfinder for years as part of the family, then we can help you get the loan option that meets your budget needs in Grand Rapids.

    No matter which you choose, we're sure you'll feel confident and happy when you get your next vehicle from Fox Nissan in Grand Rapids. Contact us today to find out how easy it is!

    Why Lease?

    It's easy to see why so many drivers choose leasing for their new car, truck, or SUV.

  • Low monthly payment
  • Smaller down-payment required
  • Flexibility to get a new car every few years
  • If you love the feeling of having a new car, with new technology, and all the bells and whistles, then leasing is for you. When you lease a new Nissan, like the Nissan Titan, you'll be able to get a new one every few years, so you can enjoy that new car smell more often. Leasing also offers you a unique opportunity to upgrade your Nissan to a higher trim level than you normally would, thanks to a frequently lower monthly payment than if you were to finance. You'll be able to enjoy the finer things, for less.