The Best "Bang for Your Buck" Lease Deals
This is when manufacturers discount the price of the car, increase the residual value, and lower the money factor - all of which combine to create an incredible lease deal.
The best part - everything is already pre-negotiated so you don't have to haggle with a salesman.
Although, if you really want to maximize savings, some dealers may lower the capitalized cost (price of the vehicle) even below the manufacturer's pre-negotiated terms.
The following are the top 10 best "bang for your buck" lease deals currently offered.
We calculated these lease deals using our "Is it a Good Lease Deal?" method, where we determine how much you pay per $10,000 worth of vehicle.
Any lease deals that fall below $150 per $10k are usually a decent lease deal. The ones we list are all below $115!
|Rank||Vehicle||MSRP||Term||Monthly Payment w $0 Down||Per $10K of MSRP|
|2||2012 Chevrolet Malibu||$22,755||39||$234||$103|
|3||2012 Honda Crosstour EX-V6||$31,150||36||$327||$105|
|4||2011 Infiniti G25 Sedan||$35,295||39||$380||$108|
|5||2011 Nissan Frontier SV||$26,530||39||$286||$108|
|6||2011 Toyota Camry LE||$23,660||36||$260||$110|
|7||2011 BMW 328i||$38,125||36||$425||$111|
|8||2011 Infiniti G37 Journey||$38,845||39||$433||$112|
|9||2011 Acura TSX||$30,495||36||$346||$114|
|10||2011 Toyota Corolla LE||$20,410||36||$233||$114|
Keep in mind that leases are not for everyone. In general, if you like to switch cars every 3 or 4 years, have good credit, and drive less than 15,000 miles per year, then leasing is a good choice.
Read our section on Car Leasing to help you decide if it's right for you.
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