End-of-summer savings offered at Fenton Nissan of Legends

Shoppers may also win big just for test driving a new car

KANSAS CITY, Kan., Aug. 23, 2017 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- As the amount of daylight dwindles, the nights grow cooler and back-to-school ads permeate the airwaves, it is quite clear that summer is just about in the rearview mirror. While people across the country gear up for the next season to arrive, dealerships are preparing by getting their lots ready for incoming 2018 models, which means big savings and a chance to win $5,000 at Fenton Nissan of Legends. 

The Nissan Bottom Line Model Year-End Event aims to make room for the next lineup of Nissan models by slashing prices on select 2017 vehicles. Shoppers looking for a new pickup truck can score a 2017 Nissan Titan XD diesel model with savings as much as $15,000 off the MSRP with combined offers. Drivers in the market for a versatile crossover can lease a 2017 Nissan Rogue for as little as $239 per month for 36 months with zero due at signing. This is an opportunity for shoppers to end summer with a new car and big savings. 

As if these deals weren't enough, Fenton Nissan of Legends is also offering a chance for anyone who test drives a new or used vehicle to enter to win $5,000 until September 4, 2017. To enter, eligible drivers must complete an entry form and enter it when taking their test drive at the dealership. The winner will be drawn at 6 p.m. on September 4, and while there will only be one grand prize winner, participants will receive a $25 gift card just for taking the test drive. 

For more information about the Bottom Line Model Year-End Event, the Fenton $5,000 Test Drive or any other offer, interested parties may call 866-849-0760 or visit www.legendsnissan.com

Media Contact: Cory Bonner, Fenton Nissan of Legends, 866-849-0760, cory.bonner@fentonmotors.com

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