March is turning out to be the best month for car sales and leasing since 2007. If you are like a lot of consumers, you are finally getting off the couch and into a new car, SUV or truck. Surveys show consumers are showing more confidence in the economy, and shopping sites like AOL Autos for their new ride.

For those of you looking to lease, March 2012 has some very good options. AOL Best Lease Deals breakout has the absolute best deal for every category of vehicle. Popular SUVs like the Hyundai Tucson, Honda CR-V and Volkswagen Tiguan can be had for low monthly payments and/or very little down. Just in time for some of the highest gas prices we've seen in a while, smaller, fuel efficient cars, such as the Mazda3, Ford Fiesta, Hyundai Accent and the Honda Civic Hybrid are also enjoying excellent leasing terms.

Of course, these are just a few options. Click below to see our complete list of the best lease deals of the month.

> In Pictures: 15 Great March Lease Deals

According to automotive buying expert Gary Hoffman, lease deals can go down because the residual values of the vehicles improve. But most of the time, it's because the companies are subsidizing the residual values at the transaction to lower the lease payments we have to make. As companies increase their incentive spending on the cars we buy, they also shift that money into lease deals. And that's what is happening right now.

You better hurry, though, as many of these great deals are set to expire soon. And if you prefer to buy and not lease, then make sure to check out our great New Car Shopping Tools.

Select The Vehicles Below And View The Incentive:

AOL Autos Best Lease Deals
Buick Regal Hyundai Veloster Chevrolet Cruze Hyundai Genesis Honda CR-V Kia Soul
BMW 1-Series Acura TSX Ford Fiesta Mazda3 Honda Odyssey Volkswagen Tiguan
Volkswagen Passat Chevrolet Volt Hyundai Accent Honda Civic Hyundai Tucson Land Rover LR4

This Month's Editor's Pick: Honda CR-V

It seems as though Honda didn't want to mess with a good thing when they rolled out the redesigned 2012 CR-V last fall. Though the 2.4-liter i-VTEC 4-cylinder engine is all-new, most of the changes seem quite modest when compared to other redesigned vehicles in the segment (think Ford Escape).

Honda has reason for not making too many drastic changes: The CR-V is already a winning formula. It is almost always the best selling crossover each month (it was the seventh best selling vehicle overall in the country last year) and has a very loyal following of drivers, especially on the coasts. Add in the fact that it comes with Honda reliability and solid gas mileage and it's easy to see why the automaker is sticking to the formula.

A few other new features include an Easy-Fold 60/40 split rear seatback, a full color Multi Information Display and Bluetooth wireless connectivity for phone/audio. Additionally, Motion-Adaptive electric power-assist steering and an Eco Assist system debut, Hill Start Assist is now standard, and a new Real Time AWD (Intelligent Control System) replaces the previous generation's four-wheel drive model.

All in all, the CR-V is one of the best crossovers money can buy and, given its immense popularity, deals are somewhat hard to come by.

Right now, however, you can score a lease on a 2012 Honda CR-V for $239 a month for 36 months with $2,799 due at signing.

> In Pictures: 15 Great March Lease Deals

Please Note: These deals only apply to the month listed above.