Automakers have cut the lease rates on a range of vehicles just in time for the holidays, and now you have the perfect excuse to put an all-too extravagant present on your wish list.
Virtually every manufacturer has a seasonal sale underway, and, on some vehicles, the discounts can only be described as dramatic. BMW has cut the down payment on its stylish 135i to a mere $469, and Honda has eliminated it on eight vehicles, including the hot-selling Civic, Fit and Accord Crosstour. And the monthly on the Mini Cooper is down about $60 from 2009. In addition, a number of vehicles are beating their lease rates from just a few months ago, and U.S. automakers, after testing the waters, are plunging back into the business. Cadillac, Buick and Lincoln, in particular, are leading the way. Automakers are encouraged by the higher used-car prices that are projected in coming years. Those prices assure them that they won’t lose money when they resell returned leased vehicle three or four years from now.
And if you prefer to buy and not lease, then check out the Best Deals Of The Month.
Select The Vehicles Below And View The Incentive:
|Pocket Rockets||Subcompacts||Midsize Cars||Luxury Cars||Luxury Crossovers|
|Subaru Impreza WRX||MINI Cooper||Toyota Prius||Cadillac CTS||Cadillac SRX|
|Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution||smart fortwo||Buick Regal CXL||Infiniti G25||Mercedes-Benz GLK350|
|Volkswagen GTI||Honda Fit||Nissan Altima||Lincoln MKS||Infiniti EX35|
|BMW 135i||Nissan Versa Hatchback||Hyundai Sonata||Lexus IS||BMW X3|
Editor's Pick: 2011 Buick Regal
General Motors has given the Opel Insignia a royal welcome to the U.S., reviving the time-honored Buick Regal name for it and pulling out the stops on lease incentives. There is only one way to explain the mere $291 monthly rate on the decidedly high-end model: The automaker wants to give the car as much exposure as possible -- and that means getting thousands of Regals out onto U.S. streets. Sweetening the deal even more, GM has eliminated the down payment on its special Regal leases for December. Since it is aimed at the entry-level luxury segment in everything but price, it offers a slew of standard high-end features: CD/MP3 player, dual zone climate control, OnStar, heated front seats, satellite radio and more. In quintessential European-style, the Regal is powered by a 182 hp, direct injection four-cylinder engine and boasts a competitive 30 mpg on the highway. (A more powerful turbocharged 220 hp engine is available as an option.) One other benefit: Since the Opel Insignia was introduced in 2008, GM's European subsidiary has had plenty of time to smooth out the glitches.
Please Note: These deals only apply to the month listed above.