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First responders and healthcare professionals can save on their new car with discounts from Nissan manufacturers.
With the covivirus outbreak in full swing, many carmakers have provided financial relief and special incentives for new vehicle purchases. This includes a 90-day delayed payment option for qualified buyers, 0% APR financing and cash rebates on select models.
The Nissan first responder discount provides discounted prices to firefighters, police officers, EMTs, paramedics and 911 dispatchers who purchase eligible new vehicles as part of the company’s ongoing commitment to support America’s emergency responders and those who protect them.
Chrysler, Jeep and Dodge also offer a first responder discount on their 2021 and 22 vehicles. To take advantage of this offer, those who qualify must present valid identification or other credentials.
General Motors also provides incentives for its GMC, Buick, Chevrolet and Cadillac brands. Acura brand employees receive a bonus of $5000 while medical doctors and nurses receive an incentive of $775.
Toyota is offering a first responder discount at all its dealerships, though this discount cannot be accessed online. It is unclear how long this offer is valid or what the requirements are.
Honda is offering a special discount to first responders and healthcare professionals until June 30. From July 6 to August 1, qualified medical doctors and nurses can receive $500 off when leasing or financing through Honda or Acura’s finance program.