Buying vs Leasing a Nissan near Sun Prairie, WI


If you're looking for a vehicle that will give new life to your time on the road, it's time for you to slide into a Nissan. With a variety of models ranging from sporty sedans to spacious SUVs, our Nissan dealership near Sun Prairie, WI, offers a vast inventory of popular Nissan models that you're sure to love. However, you might not know if it's best to buy or lease your next car. Learn more about the benefits of each financial option, then visit Rosen Nissan of Madison to explore our selection of vehicles.

Whether you're in the market for a fuel-efficient hatchback like the Nissan LEAF® or a comfortable crossover like the Nissan Rogue, our Nissan inventory is brimming with models, including the car of your dreams. Once you find a Nissan that meets your new-car expectations, you must decide if buying or leasing better fits your lifestyle and budget. Our Nissan finance experts are here to walk you through the process, but you can peruse the checklists below to determine how buying or leasing a Nissan will affect you.

Don't hesitate to contact the team at Rosen Nissan of Madison to find out how you can get started on financing a brand-new or new-to-you vehicle. We can't wait to see you drive off behind the wheel of your favorite Nissan!
OWNERSHIPYou own the vehicle and owe no additional payments after the terms of your finance agreement have been met. When it's time to upgrade, you can trade in your car to offset the cost of a new one.You get the benefit of driving a car that is a recent model year, usually with low mileage. At the end of your lease agreement you can either purchase the vehicle or lease another car.
DOWN PAYMENTDepending on the total cost of the car, the initial down payment may be higher than if you were to lease it. The higher the down payment, however, the less you owe over time.The down payment on a lease depends on the lease agreement and what you would like your monthly payments to be. A lease down payment is typically lower than it would be when buying the vehicle.
Mileage RestraintsYou face no mileage restraints and can drive as far as you like every day. This allows more freedom and is more beneficial to people with long commutes.Your lease agreement will specify annual mileage limits, usually causing you to accrue additional fees for overages.
MaintenanceYou can upgrade and swap out various parts at your leisure. This also means that you are responsible for all the maintenance, upkeep and repairs.The vehicle usually needs to be returned in the same condition it was originally leased in. However, you are not responsible for the long-term care and costs that come with owning a vehicle.

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