2016 Acura TLX
John Vincent / U.S. News and World Report

Road tripping this summer, or looking to replace your buttoned-down company car? This June has some great deals on highly rated luxury cars, including several no- and low-interest finance offers. There are some lease deals with low monthly payments, but most require substantial payments up front.

Buick and Cadillac have zero percent interest deals with as much at $2,500 cash back. Chrysler has a lease deal with payments of about $300 on their 300 sedan, with about $3,000 due at signing.

Several vehicles in this list are going to be replaced with updated models in the next several months, so they have great deals this June to move them off dealer lots. The 2016 Kia Cadenza, Buick LaCrosse, and Toyota Avalon have replacements just around the corner. Though the Cadenza and Avalon come from companies that most don’t consider luxury marques, these top-trim models offer similar levels of equipment and opulence to luxury brands. They are often cross-shopped with entry-level luxury cars such as the Lexus ES and Acura TLX.

Stay informed with our frequently updated lease and finance deals pages, and use our Best Price Program to learn what you should be paying for your new wheels.

2016 Acura TLX

Deal: 1.9 percent financing for 24-36 months or 2.9 percent for 37-60 months (Details Below)

U.S. News & World Report’s 2016 Best Upscale Midsize Car for the Money is available this June with a finance deal. It allows buyers to save compared to the national average car loan interest rate of about 3.25 percent for five years, according to Bankrate.com.

In addition to the low-interest financing offer, Acura is also offering lease deals on the 2016 TLX.  You’ll pay $309 per month for three years with $2,799 due at signing or $390 per month for three years with zero due at signing and no first month’s payment. Over the term of the lease, you’ll pay almost the same amount for either option.

The TLX offers competent handling, especially when equipped with all-wheel drive, and it has one of the lowest projected long-term ownership costs in the class. The car’s infotainment system, however, isn’t intuitive and can be difficult to use.

2016 Audi A8 L

2016 Audi A8 L
Audi of America Inc.

Deal: $999 per month lease for three years with $3,793 due at signing on 3.0T Quattro LWB (Details Below)

You can get into the Audi A8 flagship sedan this June for under a thousand dollars per month with a lease deal on the long-wheelbase model. The Audi A8 is tied with the BMW 6-Series for the No. 3 slot in our super luxury car rankings.

Like its peers in the class, the A8 blends a spacious, luxurious cabin with loads of high-tech features and strong engine performance. The A8’s base engine is a supercharged V6. Silky-smooth turbo V8 and W12 motors are available. Available features on the A8 include night vision, a head up display, a 19-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system, and a surround-view camera system.

2016 BMW 5-Series

Deal: 2.99 percent financing for six years (Details Below)

Whether you choose a BMW 5-Series with the base four-cylinder turbo, or the more potent six- or eight-cylinder models, BMW is offering a finance deal to make the purchase less expensive. Many vehicles in BMW’s product array are available this June with 2.99 percent financing for up to six years.

The 5-Series is tied with the Lexus GS for the No. 7 spot in our rankings of luxury midsize cars. An eight-speed automatic transmission is standard and helps the 5-series models get excellent mileage for the class. That gas mileage comes at a price, however. The 5-Series is hampered by a coarse auto start-stop system that saves gas but lacks the refinement of other manufacturer’s systems. Luckily, you can turn the system off.

If you prefer to lease, BMW is offering a $499 per month lease deal for three years with $4,924 due at signing on 528i Sedan. Lease deals are also available on the 535i and 550i sedans.

2016 Buick LaCrosse

2016 Buick LaCrosse
General Motors

Deal: Zero percent financing for five years, plus $2,000 bonus cash (Details Below)

Looking for a comfortable cruiser at a great price? There’s a new Buick LaCrosse on the way, so you can get a great deal this June on the 2016 model. In addition to a zero percent finance deal, you’ll also get $2,000 bonus cash.

Despite its age, the 2016 is still tied with the Chevrolet SS and the recently redesigned Nissan Maxima for the No. 4 slot in our rankings of large cars. You’ll want to pass on the optional four-cylinder eAssist powertrain, however, and stay with the quiet and refined standard V6, unless you do all of your driving in the city, where the eAssist provides excellent fuel economy.

Buick’s also offering a $299 per month lease deal for 39 months with $4,479 due at signing on the LaCrosse Base model.

2016 Cadillac ATS

Deal: Zero percent financing for five years, plus $2,500 purchase bonus cash (Details Below)

When Cadillac introduced the compact ATS, they aimed it squarely at strong German sports sedans. Seems like they’ve succeed. The 2016 Cadillac ATS is tied with a pair of Audis, the A3 and A5, for the No. 8 spot in our rankings of luxury small cars.

The small but agile Cadillac ATS is a great deal this June. It has a zero percent financing deal for five years, plus $2,500 bonus cash. Lease customers can get an ATS Sedan Standard Collection with a 2.0L Turbo engine for $299 per month for three years with $3,509 due at signing.

2016 Chrysler 300

2016 Chrysler 300
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles

Deal: $304 per month for three years with $2,999 due at signing on 2016 Anniversary Edition RWD (Details Below)

Chrysler’s big sedan is helping the brand celebrate its 90th anniversary with a special edition that includes several enhancements over the base 300 Limited. The Chrysler 300 90th Anniversary includes a UConnect system with 3D navigation, a dual-pane sunroof, and special badging.

This June, rear-wheel drive models of the special edition have a lease deal with payments of $304 per month for three years with $2,999 due at signing. Depending on where you live, buyers of the model can get between $3,000 and $3,500 cash back or partake in a zero percent financing deal for five years with between $1,500 and $2,000 cash back.

The Chrysler 300 is ranked No. 8 in U.S. News & World Report’s large car segment. It’s available in either rear- or all-wheel drive models.

2016 Hyundai Genesis

Deal: Zero percent financing for up to five years or 1.9 percent for six years (Details Below)

The Hyundai Genesis has long been regarded as a bargain for buyers willing to sacrifice a prestigious luxury badge for great ride comfort, space, and a low total cost of ownership. This June, it’s an even better value with a zero percent finance deal for five years.

Stretch your loan to six years, and the rate goes up to a still-low 1.9 percent. You can also lease a Genesis sedan (3.8L V6 RWD) for $299 per month for three years with $2,999 due at signing.

The Genesis sedan is currently tied with the Lexus GS Hybrid for the No. 4 spot in our rankings of luxury midsize sedans. It comes with a five-year/60,000-mile warranty and a 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty.

2016 Infiniti Q50

2016 Infiniti Q50
Nissan North America Inc.

Deal: Zero percent financing for three years, 1.9 percent for five years (Details Below)

The 2016 Infiniti Q50 continues to roll out new powertrain options, including a base four-cylinder turbo, a hybrid powertrain, and later this year, a pair twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6s. You can put the midsize sedan in your garage this June with zero percent financing for three years.

You can spread your finance deal over five years with 1.9 percent financing. If you prefer to lease, you can get into an Infiniti Q50 2.0t Premium for $299 per month for 39 months with $3,999 due at signing.

The 2015 Infiniti Q50 and Q40 are tied for the No. 12 position in our rankings of Luxury Midsize cars, but for 2016, the Q50 gained all-new engine options. The Q50 has crisp handling and excellent brakes, but many critics would forego the available Direct Adaptive Steering System and its numb dynamics.

2016 Kia Cadenza

Deal: Zero percent financing for 66 months or 1.9 percent for six years plus $1,000 Bonus Cash (Details Below)

There’s a redesigned Kia Cadenza just around the bend, so Kia’s offering great finance and lease deals this June on the 2016 model, our top-ranked large car. You’ll pay no interest for up to 66 months or 1.9 percent for six years, plus you’ll get $1,000 bonus cash.

Pay cash or bring your own financing and Kia will give you $2,000 bonus cash.

There’s also a $309 per month lease deal for two years or $299 per month for three years, both with $2,999 due at signing.

The Cadenza features a comfortable cabin with high quality materials and a generous array of standard equipment, including an Infinity audio system, push-button start, and a voice-activated navigation system with an 8-inch touch screen.

2016 Lexus ES / ES Hybrid

2016 Lexus ES / ES Hybrid
Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A. Inc.

Deal: 0.9 percent financing for five years or 1.9 percent financing for six years (Details Below)

They’re not the sportiest sedans in the luxury midsize market, but the Lexus ES and ES Hybrid are smooth, quiet, reliable and comfortable. The Hybrid adds class-leading efficiency to the value equation, with EPA-estimated city mileage of 40 mpg.

This June, you can pick up either sedan with 0.9 percent financing for five years, or 1.9 percent for six years. Available lease deals are dependent on where you live, but start at $329 per month for three years with $2,999 down for the gas-only model. Lease deals on the hybrid start at $349 per month for three years with $4,369 due at signing.

The Lexus ES and ES Hybrid are tied for the No. 9 slot in our rankings of luxury midsize cars. The ES Hybrid is currently tied with the BMW i3 for the No. 3 position in our rankings of luxury hybrid and electric cars.

Lincoln MKS

Deal: $379 per month for three years with $2,349 due at signing (Details Below)

The Lincoln MKS is more affordable than many in the class, and it is an even better deal this June because you can score a lease deal. You'll pay $379 per month on a three-year lease with $2,349 due at signing.

Choose to buy and there is a 2.9 percent finance deal for five years with $1,000 bonus cash.

If you’re looking for a sedan to use for Uber or Lyft service, the MKS might be worth considering. The front seats of the MKS are comfortable for long trips, there’s ample room in the back seats for adult travelers, and a large trunk is well suited for hauling luggage or multiple sets of golf clubs.   

However, the Lincoln MKS doesn’t get a lot of love from reviewers, and it holds the bottom spot in our rankings of luxury large cars.

2016 Mercedes-Benz CLA

2016 Mercedes-Benz CLA
Mercedes-Benz USA

Deal: $299 per month for three years with $3,643 due at signing on the CLA 250 (Details Below)

There’s a Mercedes that you can lease for $299 per month this June. It’s the Mercedes-Benz CLA, and it’s the smallest Mercedes sedan you can buy in America. The lease is for three years, with $3,643 due at signing.

The CLA is ranked No. 13 in our listing of luxury small cars. Compared to others in the class, the CLA gets great fuel economy and has more of a performance bent than many competitors. Some might find the sports-oriented suspension to be too firm and the back seat to be too small.

Mercedes is also offering a lease deal on the all-wheel drive CLA250 4MATIC. You can get it in June for $319 per month for three years with $3,813 due at signing.

Many Mercedes models, including the CLA-class, are available with a 2.99 percent finance deal in June.

2016 Toyota Avalon

Deal: Zero percent financing for five years or $2,500 cash back (Details Below)

Toyota recently showed the next generation of the Avalon sedan, and to clear the existing model off dealers’ lots, they’re offering great deals this June. You can pay no interest for the next five years (0.9 percent for six) or get $2,500 cash back on your Avalon purchase.

The current Avalon is tied for the top ranking in our large car category with the Kia Cadenza and the Chevy Impala. It was also a finalist for U.S. News & World Report’s Best Large Car for the Money and Best Large Car for Families.

In Southern California, you can get a lease deal on the Avalon this month with payments of $299 per month for three years with $1,999 due at signing. Other regions require significantly higher initial payments.

2016 Volkswagen CC

2016 Volkswagen CC
Volkswagen of America Inc.

Deal: 0.9 percent financing for six years, plus $1,500 credit bonus (Details Below)

The CC is Volkswagen’s take on the four-door coupe. While it has solid performance and a nice interior design and materials, the Volkswagen CC suffers from a lack of rear-seat headroom. It’s rated No. 14 of 18 midsize luxury cars in our rankings.

Volkswagen’s offering an excellent finance deal on the CC this June. You’ll pay 0.9 percent interest for six years and get a $1,500 credit bonus. There’s also a lease deal on the CC with payments or $339 per month for three years with $2,999 due at signing.

Before you lay down your money of any of these deals, make sure you’re armed with the information to get the best new car deal. If you’re leasing, watch out for the most frequent leasing mistakes. Buyers should learn the language of loans, and find out how others have spent too much on their new car.

Before you visit any dealer, take advantage of our Best Price Program, where buyers save more than $3,000 on average, compared to their dream ride’s sticker price.