Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation, or NMAC, can be a great resource for financing help. In particular, you may want to look at a customized line of credit, or LOC, which can be set up before a vehicle is leased or purchased. A LOC can streamline the lease/purchase process and in fact should be considered as the first step in each commercial vehicle acquisition discussion.
Our teams of specialists possess the type of industry knowledge and motivation that will make securing financing for your fleet straightforward and trouble-free. From the moment you request financing, we consider the unique nature of how you operate and suggest a financing plan that will maximize the total fleet investment. You simply determine the number and types of vehicles and we will provide our most flexible finance terms that take into consideration the customer's annual rate of cash flow and expected future vehicle values.
Working capital is the cornerstone of any successful business venture. We've created our line of credit program as an aid to principals and partners who know the value of accessible capital. With approved credit, our Signature branded leasing programs allow you to choose the transaction that's best suited for your vehicle's exclusive location or condition.
Time is money and together we can make it easier for you to enjoy both! Under the NMAC LOC program, the customer will not pay any administrative or retention fees to open or maintain a line of credit. All businesses face operational challenges each day and obtaining vehicle financing shouldn't be one of them. Following an initial review of the credit application, you will be able to acquire trucks when you need them so that when the business grows, your NMAC-sourced line of credit will be there to support each new venture. All applications for credit are subject to credit review, credit approval and appropriate documentation.
Here are but a few of the benefits of having a line of credit with NMAC:
All Nissan and Infiniti models qualify for vehicle financing.
Pre-approved annual credit limits.
Favorable tax treatments. Consult your tax advisor for more information.
Competitive market rates.
Down payment amounts or officer/owner guaranties are negotiable.