FWIW, I go out of my way to avoid Premier Nissan for sales. See viewtopic.php?p=236138#p236138
as to why. When I leased my '13 SV w/both packages, I went to Boardwalk in Redwood City even though they were WAY far away and Premier was MUCH closer. Boardwalk was fine, but my saleswoman is no longer in the car sales biz, AFAIK.
The main reasons for Boardwalk for me were at the time, they had a decent presence here on MNL back then. Also, one of their reps + my saleswoman actually showed up to http://sfbayleafs.org/
meeting I was at. The deal was pretty good for its time. Someone here on MNL at the time was connecting some folks w/Premier and when I gave him my numbers, he said Premier wouldn't be able to do any better. And, see above about me wanting to avoid Premier for sales. I didn't see why I should reward them my business given mine bad experience + that of two others of people I personally know.
Also, my saleswoman contacted a (now former) Nissan corporate employee who did show up to the above meetings sometimes to get a VPP (https://www.insidenissan.com/
) code. That employee pulled in a favor and saved me some $ on a lease, due to VPP. My employer isn't a business partner w/Nissan so I wouldn't have been able to use that to get VPP myself.