NISSAN MILITARY PROGRAM
YOU SERVE, YOU SAVE.
Get a brand new set of wheels for a whole lot less with
Nissan's Military Program. Check out our full vehicle lineup
for potential savings.
Active and Reserve US Military, Retired Military[*], Veterans discharged from active service within the past year, and their spouses and partners, can all benefit from this exclusive offer. Signing up for the program is easy. All you need is proof of service, and a Vehicle Purchase Plan (VPP) Claim ID. We like to think of it as 'Operation: Appreciation'.
Military AutoSource is the official overseas military car-buying program for U.S. specification Nissan vehicles. We offer exclusive military discounts and benefits on Nissan vehicles to active members of the U.S. military, civilian component and the diplomatic community stationed overseas. We will help you find the right Nissan to fit your needs! Choose from a large inventory of vehicles in-stock or custom order your Nissan to your exact specifications. Order your vehicle while stationed overseas and have it delivered Stateside.
WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT
Nissan North America, Inc. is proud to be the official automotive partner of the Wounded Warrior Project, helping to support our nation's heroes by raising awareness and support through local promotions and events. The Wounded Warrior Project assists wounded veterans with programs and public awareness of their needs once they return to civilian life at home.
GET YOUR FAVORITE NISSAN–FOR LESS
Get the best prices, with none of the haggling. You can even combine your military discount with local Dealer incentives. A wide selection of models are eligible for this program.
- Privileged Military pricing on
- Order for convenient Stateside
- 24/7 Live Chat service
- Exclusive military guarantees and
Nissan's support of the Wounded Warrior Project® includes a recent "Project Titan" adventure, in which two injured veterans piloted a custom-built Nissan Titan pickup on a 10-day adventure through the Alaskan wilderness. On Veteran's Day 2014, a short film aired on the History2 Channel, Hulu, XBOX Live, and YouTube, following their adventures.