2016 Acura TLX

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Many lease and finance deals are regional, so check with your local dealers to see what incentives are available in your area.

We’ve listed some of the best luxury car deals on the following slides. If you don’t see your dream wheels listed, take a look at our frequently updated new car lease and finance deals sites, and find out how much you should pay for your new ride using our Best Price Program.

2016 Cadillac ATS

2016 Cadillac ATS-V
Cadillac

Deal: 0% financing for 72 months plus $3,000 bonus cash (Details below)

Buyers of the 2016 Cadillac ATS can get great deals this September on all versions of the small luxury car, including the coupe, sedan, and (surprisingly) the high-performance V-Series models. Most months the V-Series models are excluded from deals and promotions, so you should jump now if you’re feeling the need for speed.

Cadillac is offering zero percent financing for six years plus $3,000 bonus cash, which makes a substantial dent in the car’s $33,215 base price. The ATS is currently ranked No. 10 in our luxury small car segment out of 17 vehicles scored. It is Cadillac’s smallest model, a fact that unfortunately is reflected by a cramped rear seat and minimal trunk space.

The driving experience, however, is excellent, with some comparing the higher-performance models to BMWs.

2017 BMW 740i Sedan

Deal: 0.9% financing for 72 months (Details below)

The BMW 7 Series flagship sedan was redesigned for 2016, gaining state-of-the-art technologies including a gesture-controlled infotainment system and advanced driver assistance features. This September, BMW is offering both the 740i, 750i, and 7 Series xDrive models with 0.9 percent financing for six years.

That’s better than any of the financing deals BMW has offered in recent months.

In our rankings of super luxury cars, the 2016 7 Series is currently ranked No. 3. It’s praised for an interior spacious enough to please an NBA player, and a trunk that leads the class in capacity. Pricing for the 7 Series starts at $81,300 for a 740i with a 320-horsepower twin-turbocharged V6 under the hood.

2016 Cadillac XTS

Deal: 0% financing for 72 months plus $5,000 bonus cash (Details below)

If the ATS is too small and you can give up some agility, there’s an excellent financing deal this September on the 2016 Cadillac XTS full-size sedan. Cadillac will provide zero percent financing for six years plus give you a whopping $5,000 cash back when you purchase an XTS.

The base engine in the XTS is adequate for urban adventures, but the twin-turbocharged V6 under the hood of the XTS Vsport gives the car much stronger performance in the hills. The XTS is No. 7 (of 10) in our luxury large car rankings. Unlike Cadillacs of old, the XTS has a surprisingly refined ride with poised handling.

2016 Lincoln MKZ

2016 Lincoln MKZ
Ford Motor Company

Deal: 0% financing for 60 months plus $2,500 in Retail Premium Bonus Customer Cash (Details below)

The 2016 Lincoln MKZ is ranked at the bottom our luxury midsize car segment. It’s not that the MKZ is a horrible car, in fact, some find its formal looks and handsome interior to be engaging. But it competes in a tough segment, and it gets lost in the shuffle.

If you can find one at the right price, the MKZ could be a bargain – a luxury car at a nonluxury price. This September, Lincoln is helping you out by offering zero percent financing for five years plus $2,500 in cash incentives. By using U.S. News & World Report’s Best Price Program, you might be able to knock a few thousand more off the MKZ’s $35,190 base price.

2016 Mercedes-Benz E-Class

Deal: $499 per month for 36 months with $5,293 due at signing (Details below)

There’s a redesigned 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class arriving at dealers, making this September a great time to get a deal on the 2016 model. Mercedes is offering a $499-per-month lease for three years with $5,293 due at signing on the 2016 E350 Sedan.

The current E-Class is tied with the Hyundai Genesis and Lexus GS for the No. 4 spot in our luxury midsize car class. The E350 featured in the lease deal comes with a 302-horsepower V6, which should be enough power for all but the most demanding drivers. The ride is confident and comfortable, with a precision typical of European business sedans.

2016 Infiniti Q50

2016 Infiniti Q50
Nissan North America Inc.

Deal: $299 per month for 39 months with $2,499 due at signing (Details below)

Infiniti deals are regional, but in parts of the country you can get a 2016 Infiniti Q50 this September on a $299-per-month lease deal for 39 months with $2,499 due at signing. The Q50 holds the No. 13 spot among the 17 luxury small cars in the class.

Infiniti splits the difference between a ride that is too soft and one that is too firm with the Q50. While the Q50 is capable and confident, it’s overshadowed by competition that’s more up to date and refined. Base models of the Q50 receive a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, but in the heart of the lineup are a pair of twin-turbo V6 engines that produce as much as 400 horsepower.

2016 Porsche Panamera S E-Hybrid

Deal: $879 per month for 36 months with $8,899 due at signing (Details below)

Think Tesla makes the only green supercar? Think again. Porsche builds the 2016 Panamera S E-Hybrid, a plug-in hybrid with a supercharged 3.0-liter engine. Combined with the electric motor in a wildly complex symphony, the powertrain can produce 416 horsepower – while still achieving excellent EPA fuel economy numbers.

This September, you can put Porsche’s green machine in your garage for $879 per month on a three-year lease with $8,899 due at signing. The Panamera is U.S. News & World Report’s No. 2-rated super luxury car, second only to the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. It can travel up to 15 miles on electricity alone, at speeds of up to 83 mph.

2016 Audi A7

2016 Audi A7
Audi of America, Inc.

Deal: $729 per month for 36 months with $2,723 due at signing (Details below)

In some parts of the country you can get an excellent lease deal this September on the 2016 Audi A7. You’ll pay $729 per month for three years with $2,723 due at signing. It’s ranked second, behind only the Tesla Model S, in our luxury large car segment.

Refined is a word that defines many of the A7’s attributes, from its strong, yet smooth twin-turbo V6 engine and eight-speed automatic transmission to its opulent interior. Stunning high-tech features, such as a 15-speaker Bang & Olufsen audio system, lane keeping assist, and night vision, are available.

2016 Acura TLX

2016 Acura TLX
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Deal: $299 per month for 36 months with $2,499 due at signing (Details below)

The 2016 Acura TLX comes loaded with more standard equipment than many in the luxury midsize car class and a lower starting price as well ($31,695). This September, you can lease a TLX for $299 per month for three years with $2,499 due at signing.

In our rankings of luxury midsize cars, the TLX currently holds the No. 7 slot of 16 models scored. A four-cylinder engine and an eight-speed dual-clutch transmission come standard, though enthusiastic drivers are better served by the available V6/nine-speed automatic transmission combination. The Achilles’ heel of the TLX is an overly complex infotainment system with two screens and a dash-mounted controller that’s a long reach for some drivers.

2016 Kia Cadenza

Deal: 0% financing for 66 months or 1.9% for 72 months (Details below)

The arrival of the redesigned 2017 Kia Cadenza is imminent, but you can still find the highly rated 2016 Cadenza in dealerships. This month you can get a great financing deal on the outgoing model, with zero percent interest for 66 months or 1.9 percent for 72 months.

The 2016 Kia Cadenza is tied with the Toyota Avalon for the No. 5 spot in our large car category. Like the Avalon, the Cadenza straddles the divide between mainstream and luxury models, providing luxury-like features and comfort for a price that’s much lower than similarly sized luxury models. The Cadenza is protected by Kia’s 10-year/100,000 mile powertrain warranty.

2016 Jaguar XJ

2016 Jaguar XJ
Jaguar Land Rover North America LLC

Deal: 1.9% financing for 60 months plus $3,000 summer credit (Details below)

It may be the lowest-ranked car in our super luxury car segment, but the 2016 Jaguar XJ still has plenty going for it, including an array of powerful engines that provide more growl than class peers’. The XJ’s agile handling is also superior to some luxo-sleds in the category.

This September, you can get a 1.9 percent financing deal on the XJ for five years, plus get $3,000 in cash incentives. Where the XJ lets buyers down is its aging infotainment system and an interior that, while luxurious, isn’t as comfortable or leading edge as its class rivals.

2016 Lexus ES 350

Deal: $329 per month for 36 months with $2,999 due at signing (Details below)

The 2016 Lexus ES sedan is a great car for those who spend hours on the freeway and want something reasonably affordable, comfortable, and reliable, but with a classy demeanor to impress clients and friends. As expected of a Lexus, fit and finish in the ES is first rate.

Lexus is offering a $329 per month lease deal this September for three years with $2,999 due at signing. The Lexus ES and Lexus ES Hybrid are tied for the No. 9 slot in our rankings of luxury midsize cars. It features a quiet, comfortable ride for everyone in car with rear-seat passengers treated to the best legroom in the class.

Many of these deals expire around October 1, so you should start your research now by checking out our luxury car rankings. If the idea of saving more than $3,200 off MSRP intrigues you, be sure to use our Best Price Program, because that’s how much it can save the average buyer.

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