Incredibly Affordable Lease Deals on Luxury Cars for the Month of SeptemberSeptember 18, 2017
If you’ve been itching to get behind the wheel of a new luxury car, then the summertime is definitely the right time to act. This is due in no small part to the fact that many leading luxury automakers are offering some of their most attractive lease deals of the year, many of which are set to expire by the Labor Day holiday.
Below, we’re going to take a look at some of the best luxury car lease deals out there. But before you dive in, be sure to keep a few things in mind when it comes to the advertised lease deals you’ll see quoted below.
First, these deals assume sterling credit on the part of the lessee and apply to specific trim levels of the vehicles in question. Second, what you actually encounter when you visit a dealership may vary depending upon where you live and what specific dealership you visit. Finally, these advertised lease deals do not reflect all the expenses you will incur. The amount due at signing does not include additional fees (like dealer, title and license fees) that may apply, and the monthly payment does not include sales tax.
2017 Acura ILX
If you’re looking to take the step into luxury territory, but want something affordable, then the Acura ILX is definitely worth your consideration. It’s one of the most affordable luxury cars on the market today, and despite the price, it still offers many of the luxury features that you’ll want. It may not achieve the performance levels of some of the other cars on this list, but it does provide many of the same creature comforts as well as a luxurious and comfortable interior.
What will really pique your interested is the lease deal that Acura is advertising for the ILX until the end of September. This deal applies to the base trim level and is for $2,499 due at singing with payments of $199. Do note that this is a low-mileage lease that’s being advertised; it only covers up to 30,000 miles over 36 months.
2017 Jaguar XE
Having made its debut for the 2017 model year, the Jaguar XE has been drawing interest from auto buyers and reviewers. As the smallest vehicle in Jaguar’s line, this sedan has been making a name for itself due to its solid performance and handling. It also comes standard with many of the high-tech features that the luxury buyer will want from their new vehicle, including a rearview camera and automatic climate control.
What’s even more interesting about the Jaguar XE right now is the lease deal that the automaker is advertising. It’s for $3,995 due at signing with payments of $289. Do note that this lease deal applies to 36-month, low-mileage (30,000 miles) terms.
2017 Lexus ES
If you’re looking for a luxury car that’s packing some power underneath the hood, then you may want to check out the Lexus ES. This vehicle has a 3.5-liter V6 engine with 268 horsepower that will provide more than enough performance for most. In addition, the 2017 model has added a lot of standard features that luxury car buyers will want, including pre-collision braking and tremendous safety features.
Until the Labor Day holiday, Lexus is offering an interesting lease deal for the base Lexus ES. This lease deal is for $3,999 due at signing with payments of $299. Do note that this lease offer applies to an ultra-low mileage (30,000 miles) 36-month lease. Also, if you want more fuel efficiency, you may wish to upgrade to the diesel version of the ES.
2017 Mercedes-Benz CLA
In the Mercedes-Benz line of luxury cars, the CLA is a solid workhouse. Featuring the automaker’s signature styling and luxurious interior, many looking for a luxury automobile for getting around will find much and more to love with this vehicle. Of particular note, reviewers are quick to point out that the CLA comes standard with more safety features than many of its competitors.
This month, the automaker is offering an attractive deal on the base CLA250, which comes with an automatic transmission and a turbocharged four-cylinder engine. The advertised lease deal is for $3,633 due at signing with payments of $399. Do note that this is for a low-mileage (30,000 miles) 36-month lease.
2017 BMW 2 Series
When it comes to affordable (relatively) luxury cars, the BMW 2 Series is one of the best-reviewed vehicles out there. Reviewers universally praise the vehicle for the refinement of its interior, as well as for its quick and responsive handling. Needless to say, this vehicle is also packing some heat underneath the hood, and should provide plenty of performance for all but those with the sportiest sensibilities. Do remember that this vehicle is a little cramped in the back, though.
This month, BMW is offering a notable lease deal on the base 230i coupe. This 36-month lease deal is for $4,204 due at signing and payments of $349. The terms of this lease deal only covers 30,000 miles in total over 36 months.
2017 BMW 3 Series
If you’d like to take a step up in BMW’s line, then the good news is that there’s an attractive lease offer for the 3 Series that’s being advertised right now. This sedan offers a more spacious interior than the 2 Series coupe discussed above. You’ll still get the same level of performance you’d expect, as well as some attractive features like a 6.5-inch screen for the vehicle’s infotainment system. If you need a luxury car that’s good for a small family, then this might be a good choice for you!
BMW is currently advertising a lease deal for the 330i xDrive Gran Turismo. This deal is for $4,324 due at signing with payments of $399. As before, this applies to a low-mileage lease, with the term covering 36 months and only 30,000 miles.
Lease a Luxury Car Before Labor Day
The above-quoted lease deals are just a sampling of what’s out there right now; they are, however, some of the best. If you’re interested in any of them, be sure to remember the caveats that we outlined above. In addition, remember that the lease terms that are right for your needs may not be those that are offered by the above-quoted leases. Therefore, it’s useful to think of these lease deals as a useful starting point for negotiations with a dealership rather than as an end point of negotiations.