It’s November, you guys. The holiday season is here. Naturally, you’re probably focused on finding that great gift for your dad, but don’t neglect your transportation needs. With the 2019 model year winding down, November is also a great time to score a deal on a new car lease.
Here are five of the best new car lease deals in the United States, as of November 2019.
Hyundai Ioniq Electric – $109/mo
Going electric has likely never been this affordable. The Hyundai Ioniq Electric only has a 125-mile range, which is not ideal, but this deal may make that inconvenience more bearable. Hyundai is leasing 2019 Ioniq Electric models for just $109 per month on a 36-month lease with $2,500 down. The deal runs through Dec. 2.
Honda Civic Si – $209/mo
Can we interest you in a 200-plus horsepower sport sedan with a stick shift? Honda has a deal running through the end of the year on 2019 Civic Si models with a six-speed manual. Depending on your state, it’s either $209 per month with $2,999 due at signing or $229 per month with $2,399 due at signing. The difference is a negligible $100 spread over a three-year lease.
Jeep Grand Cherokee – $239/mo
Jeep has a deal going on the base trim Grand Cherokee Laredo 4×4 for 2020 models. Through Nov. 25, you can lease one for $239 per month with $2,651 due at signing. Note that it’s a 27-month lease, not the more typical 36-month deal.
Subaru Outback — $265/mo
The Outback is a great, affordable, all-around family car. This lease deal on 2020 base models makes it even more affordable. Through Dec. 2, you can lease a new Outback for $265 per month on a 36-month lease with $2,499 down. Unlike many low-price lease deals, this one is not low-mileage. It covers 12,000 miles per year.
Genesis G70 – $409/mo
The Genesis G70 is a sport sedan you should take seriously. Through Dec. 2, you can get the four-cylinder version on a 36-month lease for no money down. It’s $409 per month for the rear-wheel-drive version. Bump that to $439 per month and no money down if you want all-wheel-drive.
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