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Nissan Military Discount

What is the Nissan Military Discount?

With the Nissan Military Program, you would save $500 between $1,000. It can be combined with all current national and regional incentives.

Who’s Eligible?

  • Active duty
  • Reserve
  • Retired military with at least 20 years of active or reserve duty
  • Veterans within 24 months of separation from active or reserve duty

How Do You Get the Nissan Discount?

You would visit your local dealer, choose your vehicle, and drive off for less.

Can This Discount Be Used Online?



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About Nissan

Nissan’s founder, Yoshisuke Aikawa became the president of Nihon Sangyo in 1928, which dealt with foundries and auto parts. The company took on the name, Nissan in 1933. They expanded beyond their Japanese roots and came to the US as Datsun in 1958. The first Datsun was made in 1935.

They grew a lot during the 1960s and dropped the Datsun name in the mid-1980s. Their US headquarters are in Franklin, TN, there are 1082 Nissan and 211 Infiniti dealers in the US, and they are available worldwide. With the Nissan Military Program, you would save $500.

Nissan Popular Models

Nissan has the Nissan Maxima which is a good combination of sport, safety, reliability, and luxury in a mass-market package.

The Nissan Altima, which is a good mid-size option.

The Nissan Skyline GT-R R32-R34, which was sold from 1989-2002, could beat a lot of impressive machinery on the street and on the track.

The Datsun 510, sold from 1968-1973, was a stylish, affordable, reliable, family car that was fun to drive.

And the Nisson Murano, which is a decent SUV with sophisticated interior styling, with cushy seats and more.


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Julie Provost is a freelance writer, and blogger. She lives in Tennessee with her National Guard husband and three boys.