Best Lease Deals

A new vehicle lease saves you money by keeping your monthly payments lower than traditional financing -- and you get a to choose a new car every few years. Auto manufacturers offer a wide array of attractive lease offers and specials with payments that can save you money over what you'd pay to finance a new car purchase.  Just know that to take advantage of these offers, you typically need to have excellent credit, so check yours before you speak with a dealer. Learn more about how a leasing a vehicle works, leasing versus buying, and common leasing mistakes,so you can make the most of these lease offers.

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Last Updated: Mar 24, 2017

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March is a great month for leasing a midsize SUV, and you’ll find a number of good options. (All lease deals referenced are good for 36 months, unless otherwise noted.) You can get the 2017 Nissan Murano with a payment of $259 a month. The 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee is even less expensive at $239 a month. Over at Mazda, the 2016 CX-9 is going for $309 a month. If a luxury midsize SUV is more what you have in mind, check out the BMW 5 Series with payments of $549 a month.If you were to finance a 5-Series at BMW's 2.99 percent for 72 months special offer, your monthly payment would be $848 -- nearly $300 more. 

If your new vehicle search has led you to a Compact SUV, you can lease the Chevrolet Equinox for $199 a month this March. Honda is offering a great deal on the CR-V – just $199 a month. Over at Toyota, the RAV4 is also available for $199 a month. On the luxury side, the Acura RDX can be leased for $309 per month.

Spring has come early in many parts of the country, and with budding trees comes a renewed interest in sports cars. This month, the Ford Mustang is available for $299 a month. For a satisfying luxury sports car, check out the 2016 BMW Z4, which can be yours for $549 a month. If warm weather makes you think of working outdoors, you can lease the GMC Sierra 1500 this month for $279.

Perhaps you just need a nice midsize car. If so, Toyota is offering the Camry for $179. You can also get a nice large car deal on the Chevrolet Impala this March – just $279 a month over 39 months. If you can do with something smaller, Cadillac is offering the ATS Coupe this month for $389 over 39 months.

Leasing a new car can be complicated. While it's true that leasing  allows you to drive a new vehicle every few years, so you don't need to worry about upkeep as a new car ages and begins to break down from wear and tear, and that new car leases tend to have lower monthly payments than new car purchases, don't lease a new car without doing your homework. To truly find out of one lease is a better deal than another, look at your total lease cost, not just your monthly payment. After all, a car lease with low payments can also come with a hefty down payment. To find the total cost of a lease, multiply the monthly payment by the number of months in the lease, then add in the total money due at signing. Also keep in mind that going over the mileage allotment in your lease can cost you, so if you routinely wrack up the miles, leasing may not be for you. Learn the ins and outs of buying vs leasing, leasing mistakes to avoid, and if leasing a new car makes sense for you.

If you'd rather buy, check out our car deals page to see this month’s sales and financing incentives. Also, check out our Acura, BMW, Cadillac, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Audi, Toyota, Nissan, Ford, Honda, Chevrolet, Hyundai, Kia, Mazda, Jeep, Dodge, Ram, Buick, GMC, Subaru, Lexus, and Volkswagen deals pages to see brand-specific lease specials.

While we strive to keep the deals listed here up to date, these lease offers can change and may not be available in all areas. The best source of information on current lease deals is your local dealer. Use the form next to the car you’re interested in below to contact a dealer near you.

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