Finance Center

Welcome to Our Financing Department

Welcome to Gordie Boucher Nissan of Greenfield's Finance Department, your auto loan and car lease resource. We're eager to provide financing for your new car, or we can assist in used car financing. Check out our online car loan calculator for an instant car loan rate. Then, proceed to our online finance application.

All types of credit, from good to bad, can qualify for an auto loan. No credit, no problem! We will work with you to secure a no credit car loan if your situation demands it. Gordie Boucher Nissan of Greenfield has strong relationships and is committed to finding you the perfect car loan company to suit your car finance needs.

Low interest car loans are available for customers with existing loans. We can help you refinance your car loan or adjust the term of the contract. You're just a step away from approved car financing!

Not Just Auto Financing Solutions in Greenfield - Gordie Boucher Nissan of Greenfield Offers Nissan Loan and Lease Solutions for YOU

At Gordie Boucher Nissan of Greenfield, we love nothing more than seeing a proud new Nissan owner drive home in the car of their dreams. That being said, the auto finance process is one that has been known for frustrating potential buyers in the past. That's why Gordie Boucher Nissan of Greenfield works to ensure a smooth financing experience for the drivers we serve from Greenfield, Milwaukee, Wauwatosa, Glendale and West Milwaukee. Our team doesn't just offer any auto loan and lease solutions; we cater each one to the individual needs of our customers.

Our team is familiar with ever factor at play when working with banks and financial institutions. The end result: we can help negotiate terms you'll love, ensuring you drive your next new or used car home on your terms.

Interested in seeing what Gordie Boucher Nissan of Greenfield can do for you? Fill out our online contact form today to get the ball rolling. Or, visit us at 4141 S 108th Street Greenfield, Wisconsin today. Our team will be happy to address any financing-related questions and begin the work to find a solution that fits your requirements, whether you're interested in taking out a loan or signing a lease.

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Finance and Insurance Terms & Definitions
Acquisition Fee
A fee incurred by the customer leasing a car (lessor) to cover the cost associated with setting up a lease. Also known as an "Acq Fee". 

Amortization
Amortization means paying off a car loan with a regular, monthly, fixed repayments over a predetermined term. 

Amount Financed
The amount of the loan principal and any required deposit balance when financing a car. The amount financed is the number used when calculating the APR. 

Annual Percentage Rate (APR)
APR Definition: An Annual Percentage Rate (APR) is the interest rate you will be charged during a car loan for the whole year (annual). Nissan Motor Company routinely has special offers on new Nissan vehicles. In addition, several of our bank and lender partners also have monthly specials, which apply to both new car financing and used car financing. Feel free to contact our Finance team directly to find out about our current finance offers! GBNFinance@boucher.com

Bill of Sale
A bill of sale is the official transfer of ownership of a car. (ex. Transfer of car ownership from dealership to customer.)

Capitalized Cost Reduction
Capitalized Cost Reduction is an upfront payment that reduces the cost of the amount financed. This will reduce your monthly payment. Also known as "Cap Cost Reduction" or "CCR"  

Certificate of Title
The Certificate of Title, or "Car Title", is the state or municipal issued document that identifies the car owner. 

Credit Bureau
A company or agency that collects information pertaining to credit ratings of individuals. This information is used in determining your loan amount, interest rate, loan qualification, etc. 

Credit History
A record of a borrower's repayment of debts. This information is accumulated from banks, credit card companies, collection agencies, lending sources, etc. 

Dealer InvoiceThe dealer invoice is the amount the we paid for the car when we purchased it from Nissan Motor Company. 

Debt-To-Income Ratio (DTI)A debt-to-income ratio is a ratio that credit bureaus, banks, and lending institutions use in determining the current amount of debt you have compared to your overall income. Debt-To-Income is calculated by dividing your total monthly debt by your gross monthly income, expressed as a percentage. Also known as "DTI". 

Destination Charge
A destination charge is a fee incurred by the customer which assists with the cost of shipping/delivery when a vehicle must be obtained from a secondary location. 

Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) 
The electronic transfer of money from one bank/lending institution to another. 

Equity
Equity refers to the value of your current car less anything you still owe on the car. (ex. If your car is worth $10,000, and you still owe $3,000 on your current loan, you have an equity of $7,000). If you are interested in finding out if you have equity in your current vehicle, please email our Finance team at GBNFinance@boucher.com and they will be happy to review the information with an equity loan calculator to determine your current equity position. 

Extended Service Contract
An extended service contract is an extended warranty offered in addition to the standard warranty, offering additional services/coverage. Also known as a "service agreement", "service contract", "maintenance agreement", or "extended warranty". The Gordie Boucher Nissan Finance team specializes in several assorted types of extended warranty options. Please be sure to contact them directly at GBNFinance@boucher.com for all of your extended warranty needs. 

Fixed Rate Financing
A car loan that remains the same for the entire term of the car loan term, or a portion of the car loan term. 

Grace Period
The amount of "extra" time allowed for the car payment to be received after the actual scheduled due date. During a "grace period" no late fees are charged and the late payment does not result in car loan default. 

Gross Monthly Income
A customer's monthly income, before taxes or deductions are removed. Also known as "gross income".  Our car Finance team uses this information to determine the best price and best payment for your budget. 

Guaranteed Auto Protection (GAP)
Guaranteed auto protection is the difference between the cash value of the car and the remaining balance owed on the car loan or car lease.

Interest
Money paid regularly, at a pre-determined rate in return for money borrowed for a new or used car loan. Nissan Motor Company routinely has special offers on interest rates for new Nissan vehicles. In addition, several of our bank and lending partners also have monthly interest rate specials, which apply to both new car financing and used car financing. Feel free to contact our Finance team directly to find out about our current finance offers! GBNFinance@boucher.com

Late Payment Fee
An amount charged to the borrower if they miss a scheduled car payment due date.

Lease
A lease is a contract  in which the customer obtains a new Nissan, for a predetermined amount of time (lease term), and pays monthly payments for the use of the new Nissan during that time. Upon completion of the lease, the car is returned to the manufacturer. Leasing has become a very large part of our business and we strive to get you the best lease deals possible. Each month, our lease deals are reviewed and updated depending on the current Nissan Motor Company special offers.

Lessee
The lessee is the customer whose name is on the contract for a new Nissan lease.

Lessor
The lessor is the company who leases the vehicle to the customer. We have several lessor options available, which allows us to find the best lease deal possible for you. Some of the most popular lending institutions we use for Nissan leases are NMAC (Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation) and Ally Auto (Ally Bank).

Lien
A lien is a legal right of a creditor to keep possession of property belonging to someone else until a dept is paid to the lender. 

List Price
A list price is the price of a car issued by the Nissan Motor Company. Also known as the "MSRP", or "Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price".

Loan-to-Value Ratio (LTV)
A list-to-value ratio is also known as "LTV". This is the ratio used by banks / lenders when determining the car loan compared to the value of the car being purchased. If you are interested in finding out more about what a loan-to-value ratio is, please feel free to contact our Finance team at GBNFinance@boucher.com

Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP)
The manufacturer's suggested retail price is the price at which Nissan Motor Company has recommended a car be sold. Also known as the "list price".

Monthly Payment Amount
A predetermined amount that you will be expected to pay towards the purchase or lease of your vehicle.

Negative Equity
Negative equity is when the value of a car is below the outstanding car loan or car lease balance. 

Net Income 
Net Income is a customer's total earnings after all deductions have been removed (payroll taxes, retirement plan contributions, child support, etc.) 

Payment-to-Income Ratio
Payment-to-Income Ratio, also known as "PTI", compares a customer's monthly payment to their overall income. This information is used in determining the best car payment or best lease payment for you. 

Pink Slip
Also known as a "car title" or "vehicle title". A pink slip establishes an individual as the legal owner of a car. 

Principal
The amount borrowed or the amount still owed on your car loan. The principal does not include the interest. 

Proof of Income
Official documentation required to prove your level of income when buying or leasing a car. Acceptable documents include recent tax documents, recent paycheck stubs, etc.

Proof of ResidenceOfficial documentation required to prove where you live, when leasing or buying a car. Acceptable documents include a recent utility bill, recent bank statements, signed lease agreement, mortgage statement, etc.

Refi
"Refi" is an abbreviation for "refinance". Refinancing refers to taking out a new loan in placement of your current car, suv or truck loan. Common reasons a customer may want to refinance include a reduced monthly payment, availability of a lower interest rate, or requesting a shorter or longer loan term. 

Refinancing
Refinancing refers to taking out a new loan in placement of your current car, suv or truck loan. Common reasons a customer may want to refinance include a reduced monthly payment, availability of a lower interest rate, or requesting a shorter or longer loan term. Also known as "refi".  If you want to refinance a car, please contact any of our Finance Managers at GBNFinance@boucher.com

Service Charge
A Service Charge is a fee charted for a particular service. Also known as a "Service Fee". 

Sticker Price
The Sticker Price is also known as the "MSRP". This is the price suggested by Nissan Motor Company that the dealer should sell or lease any new Nissan.

Stips
"Stips" is an abbreviation for "stipulations". Stips are any required documents you are asked to provide during your car loan or car lease process. Examples would include ability to prove insurance, income residence, etc. 

Tax
Tax is required when purchasing a vehicle. This refers to the amount required during the car purchase that must be paid to fulfill all state tax and government tax requirements. 

Title Loan
A title loan is a short term loan in which a customer's current car title is used as collateral. 

Trade-in Value
Trade-In Value is the amount a car dealer is willing to offer for your current car, towards the purchase or lease of your next car. This is determined using a variety of third party sources which specialize in valuing trade-in vehicles on a wide variety of key factors including location, mileage, condition, availability, market demand, etc. If you're currently wondering what your vehicle's trade-in value is, click on "How much is my car worth?" and one of our Used Car Managers will be happy to assist you! How Much Is My Car Worth?

Upside-down
If you are upside-down on your car loan, it means that you currently owe more than what the car, truck, or SUV is currently worth. If you find yourself wondering "Am I upside down on my car loan?" Please feel free to contact any of our Finance Managers at GBNFinance@boucher.com

Variable Rate Financing
With variable-rate financing, the interest rate of your car loan may change, based on the prime rate or "index". This may result in your monthly car payment increasing or decreasing. 

Verification of Employment
Verification of employment is the process used buy banks and car lenders to determine your current employment status. Lenders may be interested in reviewing income, employment history, length of time at your current employer, etc.

Contact

Gordie Boucher Nissan of Greenfield

4141 S 108th Street
Directions Greenfield, WI 53228

  • Sales: (888) 505-6327
  • Service: (888) 438-2196
  • Parts: (888) 421-5706

Hours

  • Monday 9:00a -9:00p
  • Tuesday 9:00a -9:00p
  • Wednesday 9:00a -9:00p
  • Thursday 9:00a -9:00p
  • Friday 9:00a -9:00p
  • Saturday 9:00a -5:00p
  • Sunday Closed
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Dealership Hours

  • Monday 9:00AM -8:00PM
  • Tuesday 9:00AM -8:00PM
  • Wednesday 9:00AM -8:00PM
  • Thursday 9:00AM -8:00PM
  • Friday 9:00AM -8:00PM
  • Saturday 9:00AM -5:00PM
  • Sunday Closed

Parts Dept. Hours

  • Monday 7:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Tuesday 7:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Wednesday 7:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Thursday 7:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Friday 7:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Saturday 8:00AM - 1:00PM
  • Sunday Closed

Service Dept. Hours

  • Monday 7:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Tuesday 7:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Wednesday 7:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Thursday 7:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Friday 7:00AM - 6:00PM
  • Saturday 8:00AM - 1:00PM
  • Sunday Closed
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