Awesome Lease Deals Below $200 To Check Out In AugustAugust 21, 2017
As the summer grinds on, automakers are still trying to lure auto buyers onto their dealerships’ lots to make purchases. A big part of this are lease deals that advertise payments below $200, which is something of a magic number in the minds of buyers and sellers alike. Below, we’re going to take a look at a few of these sub-$200 lease offers that may be worth your consideration if you’re in the market for a new car.
While taking a look at these offers, it’s important to keep a few things in mind. Unless otherwise noted, these offers apply to standard 36-month leases and assume sterling credit on the part of the lessee. Also, do note that these offers can and do vary from region to region and even from dealership to dealership within a region. Finally, remember that advertised lease offers do not include a number of additional expenses: the amount due at signing does not include fees (such us those for tax, title and license) that may apply, and the monthly payment does not include state sales tax.
2017 Buick Verano
In the United States, the 2017 Verano will be the last of this model that Buick is selling for the foreseeable future. As such, they’re eager to get drivers into their unsold inventory. While the vehicle does rightly receive criticism for its below-average fuel economy and performance, it does have its positives. Namely, it features an upscale interior and generally provides a comfortable ride.
At present, Buick is offering an attractive lease deal for the mid-tier Sport Touring version of the Verano. This trim comes with smartphone integration, a 7-inch touchscreen and a rearview camera. The current offer is for payments of $199 with $4,749 due at signing. Do note that this applies to a 39-month, ultra-low mileage lease.
2017 Nissan Rogue
As Nissan’s best-selling model, there truly is a lot to love about the Rogue. What people most love about this vehicle is its comfort. The interior is spacious and inviting, while also being plenty versatile when it comes to accommodating all manner of cargo. The only negative marks that the vehicle receives come from reviewers who fault the engine’s performance, with some calling the Rogue’s acceleration a bit sluggish.
Nissan is currently offering an attractive lease deal for the base trim (S) of the Rogue. Valid until September 5th, this advertised deal is for payments of $199 with $2,749 due at signing. Do note that this base trim level is a bit light on features, and you’ll have to move up to the SL if you want things like a better speaker system and dual-zone climate control.
2017 Volkswagen e-Golf
By the year, electronic vehicles are becoming more and more accessible to the mainstream consumer, and the e-Golf from Volkswagen is a perfect example of that. Although it’s EPA-rated range of 125 miles may leave a bit to be desired, this vehicle is perfect for someone like an urban commuter. The charging time is approximately six hours, and it includes the upscale interior that its gasoline-fueled brother is known for.
Volkswagen is currently offering a pair of lease deals for the 2017 e-Golf. The first applies to the baseline SE trim with payments of $159 and $2,349 due at signing. If you’d like to move up to the top-tier SEL trim level, then the monthly payment increases to $199. This upgrade may be worth your consideration, as the SEL features a nicer interior and gets better range thanks to an upgraded climate-control system.
2017 Buick Encore
When it comes to subcompact SUVs, the 2017 Buick Encore is one of the best on the road today. Drivers are quick to praise the luxuriousness of its interior as well as the comfort of the ride that it provides. In the eyes of reviewers, the only real downside to the Encore is that its base model comes with an engine that might leave a little bit to be desired for some. However, the vehicle still performs admirably enough!
If you’re interested, then you may wish to check out the lease deal that Buick is currently offering. It applies to the base trim level with payments of $199 and $3,509 due at signing. Do note that this is for an ultra-low mileage, 39-month lease. Also, if you’re a current Buick lessee, you may be able to take advantage of a few promotions that will reduce the amount due at signing.
Only the Tip of the Lease Deal Iceberg
The above-quoted advertised lease deals are just some of the eminently affordable ones out there. So, be sure to check around and to consult your local dealerships in order to find out what other promotional lease offers are out there. In addition, if you are interested in one of the above offers, remember the earlier caveats. That said, do keep these deals in mind if you a visit a dealership, as they often prove an excellent point to begin negotiations for a lease and for the car that makes sense for your budget and needs.lease a buicklease offers