A Look at Current BMW Convertible Lease DealsJuly 3, 2017
When it comes to having a ride that you can really enjoy, there’s just not much that compares to the feeling of driving a convertible. And when it comes to buying or leasing a convertible, there are few automakers that make finer and more exciting vehicles than BMW. If you’re looking to lease a BMW convertible, and want to opt for a lease, then we’ve got you covered. Below, we’re going to review some of the great lease deals for these awesome vehicles that are happening right now!
2017 230i Convertible
A simple and smart ride, the 230i Convertible is a great BMW to lease. It includes BMW’s driver-assistance package, and features a top that drops in 22 seconds. Right now, you can lease one of these awesome vehicles for $4,104 due at signing, a figure that includes your first month’s payment and a $925 acquisition fee. The lease offer is for a standard 36 months and requires a $429 monthly payment.
2017 430i Convertible / 440i Convertible
If you’re looking for a BMW convertible with a bit more going on underneath the hood, then the 430i might be for you. Part of the 4-Series, this convertible packs 320 horsepower and can zoom from zero to 60 in as little as 5.1 seconds. Until the conclusion of the 4th of July holiday, it’s possible to lease a BMW 430i Convertible for $4,434 due at signing, which includes the first month’s payment and a $925 acquisition fee. The monthly payments are $509. If you wish to upgrade to the 440i version, which features a 3.0-liter engine, the total due at signing is $4,524 and the monthly payments are $599.
2018 430i Convertible / 440i Convertible
The newest 430i and 440i Convertibles have recently hit the market, too. However, the lease terms for these vehicles are less favorable than those for the earlier model year. For the 430i, $4,544 is due at signing for a 36-month lease with $619 monthly payments. For the 440i, $4,634 is due at signing for a 36-month lease with $709 monthly payments. (As before, the amount due at signing includes the acquisition fee and the first month’s payment.)
2017 640i Convertible / 650i Convertible
As you head toward the cream of BMW’s crop, the lease prices increase dramatically. Still, you’re getting quite a bit of car for your money, with the 640i featuring 440 horsepower and capable of getting from zero to 60 in 4.4 seconds. For the 640i, the offer for a 36-month lease is $7,454 due at signing with monthly payments of $1,029. For the 650i, the current offer for a 36-month lease is $7,594 due at signing with $1,169 monthly payments. (As before, the amount due at signing includes the first month’s payment and acquisition fee.)
2018 640i Convertible / 650i Convertible
As with the 4-Series convertibles, the 2018 version of the 6-Series convertibles have recently hit the market. The advertised leased deal for these BMW convertibles are less favorable than for the earlier model year. A standard 36-month lease for the 640i Convertible requires $7,564 due at signing with monthly payments of $1,139. For the 650i Convertible, the amount due at signing is $7,704 with $1,279 monthly payments. (The amount due at signing includes a $925 acquisition fee and the first month’s payment.)
2018 M4 Convertible / M6 Convertible
When you want the best that BMW has to offer in its line of convertibles, and you’re unwilling to accept any substitutes, then you have to opt for the M Series. Though pricey, you’ll definitely notice the luxury and performance difference when you’re behind the wheel of one of these exquisite rides! The current advertised 36-month lease deal for the M4 Convertible calls for $8,114 due at signing with monthly payments of $1,689. And if you want to opt for the M6, the advertised offer calls for $4,914 due at signing with $989 monthly payments. If you’d like to save by opting for a 2017 model, it’s truly only worth doing so with the M4. That’s because the advertised lease deals between the 2018 M6 and the 2017 M6 are almost negligible.
As you shop for a lease deal on a BMW convertible, be sure to keep the following in mind. For one, the above are only advertised lease deals. Depending upon your credit, budget, where you live and what dealership you visit, you may be able to find a better deal. Also, as these are advertised lease deals, the monthly payments quoted do not include taxes that will apply. Finally, when it comes to advertised amount due at signing, remember that tax, title, license and dealer fees are extra.bmwconvertibleDealsLease