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Cars With the Lowest Lease Payments

August 9, 2012

Each month, I scour through all the manufacturer lease deals and show you which ones offer the lowest monthly payments.

Most lease deals are structured with some sort of down payment. In order to show you a true comparison, I re-formulate each deal with $0 down payment.

This month, the lowest lease payments are mostly on leftover 2012 models, with the exception of the 2013 Acura ILX. That model is not selling as well as Acura had hoped, and is now available for only $300 per month with $0 down. Please note these deals may vary considerably depending on your region.

Be sure to use the CarWoo Deal Finder to help you obtain these lease deals.

YearMakeModelPaymentMonthsDownPayment w/ $0 Down
2012KiaForte$17936$1225$213
2012ChevroletCruze$14924$1929$229
2012ChevroletMalibu$17924$1939$260
2012HondaCivic$19936$2600$271
2012ChevroletEquinox$21924$1539$283
2012HondaAccord$23936$1760$288
2012BuickVerano$23924$1319$294
2012KiaOptima$24936$1655$295
2012HondaCrosstour$21936$2780$296
2013AcuraILX$30039$0$300
2012ChevroletCamaro$26939$1299$302
2012GMCTerrain$26939$1519$308
2012ChevroletTraverse$23924$1839$316
2012VolvoC30$27536$1999$331
2012GMCAcadia$29939$1399$335
2012HondaCR-V$25936$2740$335
2012HondaOdyssey$27936$2120$338
2012ChevroletVolt$24924$2479$352
2012CadillacCTS$29936$1999$355
2012BuickLaCrosse$27924$2679$391
2012ChevroletImpala$29939$4259$408
2012BuickEnclave$29924$3469$444

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- Gregg Fidan

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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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