To say that this is a strange time to be leaving college to enter the real world is an understatement. As a result, we also know that the Class of 2020 at LSU and other schools are going to need all the help they can get as they branch out and search for jobs in Baton Rouge, Gonzales, and beyond. We also know that all of you fresh college grads will need a new set of wheels as you try to enter the workforce, which is why we’re proud to offer a nice discount for all of the hard work you’ve done in the last four years. In the blog post below, learn all about the College Grad Program at Price LeBlanc Nissan.
 
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If you need a new Nissan and you’ve graduated in the last two years or are planning to within the next six months*, you’re in luck, because Nissan's College Grad Preferred Pricing Program you can buy a new Nissan for about what the Dealer paid, PLUS you keep the offers! When you join our College Grad program, you receive the following benefits:
  • Simple "No Haggle, No Hassle" buying experience 
  • Pre-negotiated pricing PLUS all applicable offers 
  • Receive one of the best available rates (even if you don't have prior credit history)
  • 90-day deferred payment option
 
While we know graduating is stranger than ever as we all navigate these unprecedented times, we hope that our College Grad Program can help make things a little easier for you. You can learn more about our College Grad Program here or browse our latest inventory here. In the meantime, you can ask us questions about this or anything else here.
 
 


 
*To take advantage of the rebate, you must:
  •  Have graduated from an accredited four-year college, university, or registered nursing degree program during the last two years or will graduate from such a school/program within the next six months 
  • Have graduated from an accredited two-year college, junior college, technical college, or university during the last two years or will graduate within the next six months 
  • Be enrolled in or have graduated from an accredited graduate degree program during the last two years 
  • Have graduated from an accredited two-year trade or vocational school during the last two years or will graduate within the next six months
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