Top 32 Car Lease Deals for October
Monthly Car Lease has released their picks for the top 32 car lease deals for October with the 2011 Toyota RAV4 on top of the list once again.
The list takes into account the MSRP of each vehicle and compares it to the overall monthly lease payment (including down payment). These are essentially the best bang-for-your-buck lease deals available this month.
Honda appears three times on the list partially by virtue of offering deals with no money down and skipping the first month's payment, giving you a car for 36 months while paying for only 35.
The chart lists cars ranging in MSRP from $17,265 for a Volkswagen Jetta S to $60,074 for an Infiniti M56.
|#||Model||Monthly||Down Payment||Term (months)|
|1||2011 Toyota RAV4||$199||$1,965||36|
|2||2012 Honda CrossTour V6 EX FWD||$330||$0||36|
|3||2012 Honda Accord Sedan LX||$250||$0||36|
|4||2011 G25 Journey RWD||$319||$2,380||39|
|5||2011 Nissan Altima Sedan||$179||$1,820||24|
|6||2011 Mazda3 i Sport Sedan||$199||-$199||48|
|7||2011 G37 Sedan||$379||$2,120||39|
|8||2011 Acura TSX||$299||$1,700||36|
|9||2011 BMW 335i xDrive Sedan||$459||$3,725||36|
|10||2012 Volkswagen Passat 2.5L S||$219||$1,780||36|
|11||2011 Nissan Maxima S||$309||$2,690||39|
|12||2011 Honda CR-V 2WD LX||$270||$0||36|
|13||2011 BMW 328i Coupe||$379||$3,235||36|
|14||2011 Nissan Rogue S AWD||$209||$2,790||39|
|15||2011 BMW 328i Sedan||$359||$3,225||36|
|16||2012 Mercedes C300 Sport Sedan||$349||$3,660||36|
|17||2012 Volkswagen CC||$289||$2,710||36|
|18||2011 Acura TL||$379||$2,120||36|
|19||2012 Mercedes C250 Coupe||$399||$3,445||36|
|20||2011 Toyota Corolla LE||$169||$3,170||36|
|21||2011 Acura RDX||$369||$2,130||36|
|22||2011 Subaru Impreza||$199||$999||42|
|23||2012 MAZDA6 i Sport Sedan||$229||$1,574||36|
|24||2011 Toyota Camrey LE||$229||$2,885||36|
|25||2012 Volkswagen Jetta S||$179||$1,820||36|
|26||2012 Mazda3 i Sport Sedan||$195||$1,516||36|
|27||2012 Audi A4 2.0T quattro Premium||$449||$1,745||36|
|28||2012 Infiniti M56 Sedan||$769||$2,230||39|
|29||2011 Subaru Impreza WRX||$319||$1,699||42|
|30||2011 Subaru Outback||$299||$1,600||42|
|31||2012 Audi Q5 2.0T Premium||$499||$2,700||36|
|32||2012 Audi A6 3.0T quattro Premium Plus||$699||$4,394||36|
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- Gregg Fidan
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About: Gregg Fidan
Gregg Fidan + is the founder of RealCarTips. After being ripped off on his first car purchase, he devoted several years to figuring out the best ways to avoid scams and negotiate the best car deals. He has written hundreds of articles on the subject of car buying and taught thousands of car shoppers how to get the best deals.
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