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5 Labor Day SUV Lease Deals Worth Checking Out

August 18, 2017

As the days of August keep winding away, it can only mean one thing: Labor Day is just around the corner. And this holiday weekend is usually the best time of the year to score a great deal on a new car lease!

Below, we’re going to take a look at five of the best SUV lease deals out there for the Labor Day holiday. As you take a look at the advertised lease deals that are quoted below, it’s important that you keep a few things in mind.

Advertised lease deals apply to specific trims and standard terms, and they assume sterling credit on the part of the lessee. Further, what you’re offered when you actually visit a dealership could vary, as lease offers can change from region to region and even from dealership to dealership.

Also, it’s important to remember that advertised lease offers do not include a number of expenses that you will incur. The advertised monthly payment does not include sales tax, and the amount due at signing does not include additional tax, title, license and other fees that may apply.

2017 Chevrolet Trax

2017 Trax Small SUV

If you’re looking to score an SUV on Labor Day with sub-$200 payments, you may want to check out the Chevrolet Trax. While this crossover does have some deficiencies, its redeeming qualities make it perfect for some SUV buyers. For example, it comes standard with a 7-inch touch screen and Bluetooth connectivity. In addition, it also features Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

Right now, Chevrolet is offering a lease deal on the mid-trim-level Trax LT, which comes with an upgraded interior and satellite radio. The advertised offer is for payments of $169 with $3,969 due at signing. Do note that this deal applies to an ultra-low-mileage (32,500 total) 39-month lease.

2017 Nissan Rogue

This compact SUV does come with its plusses and minuses, but the lease deal that Nissan is offering on the Rogue may sway your hand. On the negative side, reviewers have faulted the Rogue for sluggish performance and slow acceleration. However, if performance isn’t your primary concern, then you’re sure to appreciate the Rogue’s interior. It offers a comfortable ride and many of the tech features that people want to today.

For Labor Day, Nissan is advertising a lease deal for the base S trim of the Rogue. The payments are $199 with $2,349 due at signing, and it applies to a standard 36-month lease. Depending upon the dealership, you may also be eligible for a $500 cash-back offer.

2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee

2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee

If you’re looking for an affordable SUV that you can also take off-roading, then the Grand Cherokee may be for you. Reviewers have found a lot to love about the 2017 edition of this longtime staple of the Jeep line. Not only do they find that it offers solid performance, they also praise it for the plushness of its interior. In addition, the Grand Cherokee comes standard with technology that today’s car buyers want, including Bluetooth connectivity, rearview camera, blind-spot monitoring, and parking sensors.

For Labor Day, Jeep is advertising a lease deal for the base trim level of the 2017 Grand Cherokee, the Laredo. This deal is for payments of $269 with $2,999 due at signing. Do note that this deal applies to a low-mileage (10,000 per year) 36-month lease.

2017 Honda HR-V

When it comes to subcompact SUVs, the HR-V from Honda is widely considered to be one of the best. There are a great many things to love about this car, including its comfortable interior that provides plenty of room for passengers but that’s also easily adaptable for hauling all manner of cargo. Another reason to love the HR-V is the fuel economy, which makes it an ideal vehicle for those living in more urban environments.

For Labor Day, Honda is advertising a lease deal for the base LX trim of the HR-V. This deal is for $2,299 due at signing with payments of $179, and applies to a standard 36-month lease.

2017 Ford Escape

When you’re in the market for a smaller crossover, the Escape is definitely worth your consideration. Reviewers tend to view the Escape as a solid vehicle that offers a level of safety that people want for these kinds of vehicles. In addition, the Escape offers a number of tech features that people want, including Bluetooth connectivity and support for Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

For Labor Day, Ford is advertising a lease deal for the mid-trim-level SE version of the Ford Escape. This SE trim adds a more powerful engine and things like dual climate control and an upgraded interior. The deal is for payments of $219 with $2,739 due at signing, and it applies to a standard 36-month lease.

Will You Lease an SUV on Labor Day?

The above-quoted advertised lease deals are just a small sample of what’s out there, but they’re some of the best. Be sure to keep them in mind as you consider what SUV you might lease this labor day. Also, do remember the caveats we outlined about advertised lease offers above. What you’re likely to encounter when you negotiate with a dealership will be different. However, these deals provide an excellent jumping-off point and baseline for any lease negotiations you enter into.