January 2018 Nissan Holiday Bonus Cash

January 16th, 2018 by

Sorg Nissan is excited to announce a Nissan Holiday Bonus Cash Enhancement.

We know it is January and it is definitely cold outside but Nissan is helping to thaw out the cold weather with some incredible deals!  If you have been looking for a new vehicle, now is the perfect time to score some additional savings.  Nissan has recently added an incentive enhancement on three of its most popular models.  This offer is available to to the public, now thru Jan 22nd, 2018.  No matter if you are looking for a car, suv, or truck Nissan has you covered. The three models getting this incentive enhancement are the Altima, Rogue and Frontier.  This extra Nissan Holiday Bonus Cash is in addition to all other rebate offers and can be used towards a purchase or a lease.  You don’t want to miss out on these savings.

Altima (2017) – $500 Bonus Cash

Rogue (2017) – $500 Bonus Cash

Frontier (2017) – $1,000 Bonus Cash



Holiday Bonus Cash Model Lineup:

2017 Nissan Altima – a terrific mid-size sedan that provides:

  • Premium interior, featuring more front headroom and front legroom than the 2017 Honda Accord and 2017 Toyota Camry.
  • Offers a rewarding driving experience and an efficient 38 hwy miles per gallon, more than the 2017 Hyundai Sonata and the 2017 Ford Fusion.
  • Advanced Safety features over its competition.


2017 Nissan Rogue – Nissan’s top selling model:

  • On top of its striking good looks, it also offers better highway fuel efficiency than the 2017 Toyota Rav4, Ford Escape and Subaru Forester.
  • Rogue offers up more room behind the 2nd-row than any competitor in its class.
  • Cars.com selected the redesigned 2017 Nissan Rogue crossover as its “2017 Family Car of the Year.”


2017 Nissan Frontier – Mid-size truck designed for full-size work and play:

  • Four Wheel Drive capabilities to take on most every job, On-road or off.
  • Best-in-Class Standard Maximum Towing
  • JD Powers 2017 “Highest Ranked Midsized Pickup in Initial Quality, Two Years in a Row”