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Best New Car Leasing Deals for September 2022

An unpopular car should convince you that the dealer model works. Buy models that you know are struggling to sell at multiple dealers and bid on each other for big discounts. Keep this in mind the next time someone says, “I hate negotiating.” As with everyone, paying a fixed price for a hard-to-sell asset only helps sellers. You are the one doing them a favor.

Factory lease specials are non-negotiable and Associated with a specific vehicle In stock at dealers, the models in this month’s roundup may actually be in stock. But that doesn’t mean the price isn’t competitive. They are, and that’s because these cars are overlooked. It’s either because it’s outdated, it’s brand status is high, it’s quirky, or it’s a combination of the three. Ignored. This means relatively low prices even in this inflated car market. And you don’t see him come and go on the road every five minutes.

Please read first lease guideWe’ve covered everything that might go unnoticed in the showroom. Advertising fees, financial factors, residuals, legal ramifications, and all the other small print that can cost you thousands of dollars more than you expected. Note that you will often need a lot of As with nationwide leasing specials, enter your zip code on the automaker’s website to see if these deals apply to your area. Prices do not include taxes or fees and may be higher or lower depending on location. Research is always on your side.


36 months/30,000 miles

Once a technological pioneer with innovative features such as an aluminum frame, all-wheel drive, 3D terrain navigation view and LED headlights, the latest Audi A8 has been using cruise control for some time. Buyers are shopping elsewhere. By the first half of the year, Audi had moved 641 of his cars, which is just 7% of his Mercedes-Benz S-Class sales.At least the 2022 update keeps the A8 capable until Audi Move to electric exchange.

2023 genesis g80


36 months/30,000 miles

Seven years after its split from Hyundai as an independent luxury brand, Genesis is finally making headlines on the streets. People in flashy zip codes are just as crazy about Genesis SUVs as the latest ones, but swanky midsize sedans are still hard sells. The G80 is gorgeous, but the Mercedes E-Class and BMW 5 Series each sell nearly five times more than the G80. This lease is 2.5T AWD without options.

2022 Ram 1500 Classic


$229/month/$3799 when contracted
24 months/20,000 miles

When Ram switched to the new generation 1500 in 2019, it had enough tooling left to keep the old trucks in production at a low cost.As a holdover model he was supposed to last a year, but instead 4 years of successful side hustleRam hasn’t increased sales of the new 1500 to 1500 Classic, so it’s hard to say how successful it will be. You won’t find new full size pickups this cheap. In the name of Warlock. Get it while it’s old.

2022 Mazda 3 Hatchback


$289/month / $2499 at signature
36 months/30,000 miles

How wrong was Ford to cancel Focus in this country? Not if you look at former partner Mazda, which sold nearly 5.5 times as many CX-5 crossovers as its three sedans and hatches by June. . We rate the Mazda 3 as trendy and fun to drive. In top trim, the 3 Hatchback is a better luxury car than the Mercedes GLA. At this lease price of his 2.5 S on the base, the 3 is stylish, well made and stands out wherever you park it.

2022 Volvo S60


$515/month / $3815 when contracted
36 months/22,500 miles

Occasionally, sedans with bracketed taillights and sleek profiles pass by us. It’s the Volvo S60, the underdog in a world dominated by BMW/Lexus/Audi/Benz, as Volvo sedans have always been. With all the latest comforts and technology in the compact sedan segment, his S60 hides among the 3 Series herd. Maintenance is also included. Want to try something Swedish?

2023 BMW M8 Convertible


$2049/month/$11,979 when contracted
36 months/22,500 miles

Depending on who your friends are, a big convertible that hits 60mph in less than three seconds might be a common sight. For most people, his M8 Competition of ragtops is a rare item and guaranteed to hold its own. This is BMW’s most expensive car to lease (and that signing fee includes he $1000 gas excise tax). hot and fast. Still, German cars with the payload and sheer power of the M8 are always depreciating sharply, even in today’s market. BMW estimates the value of the $147,495 drop-top will drop significantly after his three years. Want to buy for just $80,000? Wait for that friend to remove their friend.

2022 Mercedes-Benz A-Class


$469/month/$3743 when contracted
36 months/30,000 miles

Mercedes will ditch its A-Class sedans after a short stay in America. The most affordable Benz is the least popular. Because most people who can afford a Mercedes don’t bargain. It also has a “rented Mercedes in Europe” look. The cramped interior is filled with cheap plastic. Mercedes builds a lot of great cars, but all of its entry-level models (including the more popular GLA) need improvement due to the hefty fees charged by Mercedes.

2022 mitsubishi outlander


$329/month/$3329 when contracted
39 months/32,500 miles

Mitsubishi’s most popular models are powered by Nissan. The Outlander is a rogue with a third row of seats and a robot face. It’s a decent car, but Mitsubishi is a brand that sells on price. Please note that this lease special is only for his ES with front wheel drive. A 5-year warranty outlasts a lease.

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