For 2016, Nissan dealerships will be looking forward to welcoming several new vehicles. An all-new Maxima sedan, refreshed Sentra and a 2016 Nissan Titan pickup truck offered with a Cummins turbo-diesel will accompany space on showroom floors. To clear room for the 2016-model year vehicles, Nissan's Bottom Line Model Year-End Event entices buyers to look at a stunning line-up of 2015 products. Until August 31st, select Nissan models such as the Versa Note will be offered with a $1,000 Bonus Cash Rebate. With 2015 Altima 2.5 S models, Bonus Cash combines with additional rebates for $2,775 savings on the MSRP (Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price). Another Nissan vehicles including the Juke, Rogue Select and Versa Sedan will provide buyers with $500 Bonus Cash. At the peak of the Bonus Cash scale, remaining 2014 and 2015-model year Nissan Titans offer up to $1,350. In addition to savings off the retail price of vehicles, Nissan is also providing 0 percent APR (Approved Percentage Rate) financing. The seven-passenger 2015 Nissan Rogue offers no interest financing for 60 months. The new vehicle purchase of a fully-electric Nissan Leaf's relatively low price tag is accompanied by federal tax credit totaling $7,500. On the state level, ownership of the Leaf may include additional credits and rebates.