Acura Offering Lease Deals on Leftover Models
Having finished a tough month with September sales down 6.6% from a year ago, Acura is beginning October with special lease deals in an effort to reduce left-over 2011 inventory.
One of the best features of Acura's latest round of lease deals is a choice between lower monthly payments or no money up front.
All of the leases are identical in two respects: They run for 36 months and allow 30,000 miles.
While renewal of these lease deals is always possible, Acura has currently set the expiration date to October 31st.
Not every trim level is covered and, so far, there are no special deals for Acura's midsize sedan, the TL nor the RL luxury sedan.
The table below shows the rates offered for two trim levels each of the other four models in the Acura lineup.
|2011 Acura Model||Monthly Payment||Due at Signing|
|MDX w/Technology Package||$549||$3,499|
|MDX w/Technology Package||$630||$0|
|RDX w/Technology Package||$399||$2,899|
|TSX (2.4L 4cyl)||$299||$1,999|
|TSX (2.4L 4cyl)||$350||$0|
|TSX (3.5L 6cyl)||$399||$2,499|
|TSX (3.5L 6cyl)||$460||$0|
|ZDX w/Advance Package||$619||$3,499|
|ZDX w/Advance Package||$700||$0|
|ZDX w/Technology Package||$499||$2,999|
|ZDX w/Technology Package||$570||$0|
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