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Best Lease Deals in Jan. 2022 (From Every Brand)

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We List the Best Car Leasing Offers From Every Brand

We’ve sorted through every new car lease deal available this month to give you an idea of what to expect from each automotive brand. We summarize each brand’s leases for the current month and highlight leasing incentives that offer especially good value for the money.

Leasing is a solid option for many people compared to buying a car outright. It typically means a lower monthly payment, lower out-of-pocket costs, and complete warranty coverage for the length of the lease. You can look forward to a brand-new car every 2 or 3 years and, once your lease is up, you won’t have to worry about selling it. You can even lease used cars. (Learn more about how to lease a car and leasing vs. buying.)

Over the past few months, lease payments and the money due at signing have been rising. Zero-down leases are disappearing and fewer vehicles are available for lease. In fact, this month, the number of manufacturer-sponsored leasing incentives is lower than we’ve seen in years.

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Keep in mind, lease deals vary by location, so be sure to check with your dealer to find the best offers available to you. Your credit score could affect the availability of these leasing incentives.

2021 Ford Bronco Sport / Photo Credit: Ford
2021 Ford Bronco Sport / Photo Credit: Ford

Acura Lease Deals

Acura hasn’t yet published any widely available manufacturer-sponsored leasing offers this month. We will continue checking their website and update this article as new deals become available. In the meantime, check with your local dealer for current lease offers.

In the past, Acura has offered 3-year lease deals on most vehicles, with monthly payments ranging from $300 to $500 and $3,000 to $4,000 due at signing.

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Alfa Romeo Lease Deals

The Giulia is leasing for as low as $379 per month for 24 months with $4,615 down. You can lease the Stelvio SUV for $409 per month for 24 months with $5,341 due at signing.

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Audi Lease Deals

Audi’s leasing incentives vary widely by area, and in most locations, there are few deals available at this time. The Audi lease specials that are available last for 3 years and start around $400 per month, though Audi’s highest-end cars command close to $1,000 per month.

This month, the 2022 Audi Q3 SUV is available for around $450 per month for 36 months with $4,000 down. You can lease the A3 sedan for just over $400 per month with nearly the same money due at signing. Most other Audi leases are much more expensive.

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BMW Lease Deals

BMW’s 3-year lease deals vary widely. The X1, X2, and 3 Series all come in at less than $500 per month with about $4,000 down.

The best deal is on the 2 Series, which starts at $379 per month with $4,604 down. The X3 luxury compact SUV also has a great offer this month, with lease payments starting at $519 per month with $4,989 down.

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Buick Lease Deals

The Encore is leasing for $199 per month for 39 months with $3,869 due at signing. Opting for the Encore GX raises the monthly payment to $219, though the money due at signing comes in at $3,559.

Buick has cheaper lease deals with 24-month terms, but they’re reserved for current lessees of a qualifying GM vehicle.

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Cadillac Lease Deals

Cadillac’s lease deals undercut most other luxury automakers’. For example, the subcompact XT4 crossover is available for $379 per month for 36 months with $3,459 due at signing.

The 2-row XT5 leases for 39 months with a monthly payment of $459 and $4,389 down. The 3-row XT6 starts at $569 per month for 36 months with $4,949 down.

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Chevrolet Lease Deals

Chevrolet’s lineup generally carries appealing monthly lease payments of $200 to $400 for 24-, 36-, or 39-month terms. You can expect to pay between $1,000 and $4,000 at signing.

This month, Chevy is leasing the compact Trax for $189 per month for 39 months with $1,629 down. The Trailblazer is leasing for $219 per month with about $3,000 down, and the Equinox is available for $189 per month for 24 months with $2,809 down.

If you need something larger, consider the Traverse, which is leasing for $299 per month for 36 months with $3,579 down.

Keep in mind, GM’s brands often have eligibility restrictions related to leasing, so go over the details carefully.

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Chrysler Lease Deals

Chrysler has a small lineup and doesn’t advertise many lease deals. Moreover, they often only apply to returning lessees. The lease deals typically have monthly payments of around $200 to $400 with about $3,000 to $4,000 down.

The Pacifica Hybrid minivan is available for $360 per month for 36 months with $4,749 due at signing. The non-hybrid Pacifica is available for $359 per month for 39 months with about $3,000 down.

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Dodge Lease Deals

Dodge has few advertised lease incentives, and many of its lease deals are geared toward specific buyers, such as people who currently lease a Dodge vehicle.

Monthly payments on vehicles like the Challenger, Charger, and Durango are around $400 per month for 36 months with $3,500 to $4,000 due at signing. Dodge usually offers better deals for returning lessees.

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Fiat Lease Deals

Fiat only offers one vehicle in the U.S.: the 500X crossover. You can lease the 500X at $372 per month for 36 months with about $4,000 down. This deal doesn’t offer as much value as most rivals’ incentives.

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Ford Lease Deals

You can lease a Ford for 36 months for around $200 to $400 per month with $3,000 due at signing.

Great leases include deals on the Escape or Bronco Sport for just over $300 per month for 36 months with around $3,000 down. The Explorer starts at around $340 per month with just over $4,000 due at signing. You can get into a Mustang for about $3,300 down and a monthly payment of $379.

The F-150 will set you back about $450 per month with $4,500 due at signing, though there are better deals if you meet special restrictions, such as being a current lessee or trade-in customer.

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2021 Genesis GV80 / Photo Credit: Genesis / James Lipman

Genesis Lease Deals

Genesis has a small lineup and it’s only offering leasing incentives on two models this month. The small G70 sedan is available with a monthly lease payment of $479 for 36 months with $3,599 due at signing. The G80 midsize sedan has a monthly payment of $639 with $5,019 down.

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GMC Lease Deals

GMC’s vehicles are more expensive than Chevrolet’s, though GMC’s leasing offers are still competitive. For example, the Terrain is leasing for 2 years with payments as low as $229 per month with $4,249 due at signing.

The Sierra 1500 starts at $443 per month for 36 months with $5,760 due at signing. The smaller Canyon pickup carries a $279 monthly payment for 36 months with $4,789 down.

It’s important to note that, like Buick and Chevrolet, GMC’s lease deals often have special restrictions. The above lease deals are available to all shoppers with a good credit rating.

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Honda Lease Deals

Honda is offering more advertised lease incentives this month than in previous months, which is not the case with most brands.

The best deal is on the HR-V subcompact crossover, at $209 per month with $2,999 due at signing. The midsize Pilot starts at $359 with $3,799 due at signing.

The popular CR-V compact SUV is leasing for $299 per month with $3,599. If you’re in the market for a compact car, consider the redesigned Civic, which starts at just $219 per month with $3,099 down.

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Hyundai Lease Deals

If you’re on a tight budget and looking for some of the best lease deals available, Hyundai should be on your list. The majority of its leases run for 36 months and come in around $200 per month with about $2,500 due at signing.

The best deals are on the Elantra and Venue, at $159 per month. The Accent, Ioniq, Kona, and Sonata are leasing with a monthly payment of less than $200. If you need something larger, you can lease the Santa Fe 2-row midsize SUV for $219 per month and the Palisade for $379.

Hyundai is also leasing its new compact pickup truck, the Santa Cruz, for $269 per month for 36 months with $3,699 due at signing

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Infiniti Lease Deals

Infiniti typically offers some of the best lease deals among luxury automakers, though it’s not advertising any lease deals this month. You’ll have to check with your local dealer to find out if any leasing incentives are available.

In the past, Infiniti offered 36-month lease promotions with monthly payments between $350 and $750, and $4,000 to $7,000 due at signing.

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Jaguar Lease Deals

Jaguar’s only manufacturer-sponsored lease deal this month is on the all-electric I-Pace, which is available for $949 per month with $5,995 due at signing.

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2020 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon EcoDiesel
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Jeep Lease Deals

Following suit with Stellantis’ other brands, Jeep primarily advertises special lease deals for select shoppers, such as those who already lease a Jeep. For those who qualify, most Jeep vehicles are leasing for $200 to $300 per month with around $4,000 due at signing.

The Wrangler is leasing with a monthly payment of $314 for 42 months and $3,995 due at signing. The Gladiator starts at $295 for 39 months with $3,985 down. The Cherokee comes in at $394 per month for 39 months with about $3,799 down, and the redesigned 2022 Grand Cherokee is leasing at $418 per month for 36 months with the same money down.

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Kia Lease Deals

Like corporate sibling Hyundai, Kia leases much of its lineup for around $200 per month or less.

You can lease the Forte, K5, Niro, Seltos, Soul, and Sportage with monthly payments of less than $200 and as little as $3,000 down. The Forte starts at just $169 per month for 24 months with about $3,000 due at signing.

You can pick between 24- and 36-month terms with the same monthly payment and money due at signing.

Larger SUVs like the Sorento and Telluride are available with payments around $300 to $350 per month with $3,500 down. The all-new Carnival minivan starts at $319 per month with $3,499 down.

Kia also offers multiple hybrids and plug-in hybrid vehicles with appealing leasing incentives.

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Land Rover Lease Deals

Land Rover is leasing the Discovery Sport for $589 and the Evoque for $699 per month. These are 3-year deals with $3,995 down. Other Land Rover leases range from $500 to $900 per month with $4,500 to $6,000 due at signing, though there are no advertised specials on the rest of the lineup this month.

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Lexus Lease Deals

Lexus isn’t offering traditional leasing incentives this month. Rather, its website shows “lease cash” for select vehicles ranging from $500 to $1,500. However, your local dealer may still have lease deals available.

In the past, Lexus typically offered a wide variety of competitive 3-year lease deals, with most monthly payments ranging from $300 to $500. Money due at signing on most leases ranged from about $3,000 to $4,000.

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Lincoln Lease Deals

Lincoln typically offers competitive 39-month and 4-year lease deals across its whole lineup.

The best deal is on the Corsair, at $456 per month for 48 months with around $4,200 down. The Nautilus comes in at $498 per month with around $5,000 due at signing.

The Aviator and Navigator are much pricier, at $650 and $990 per month with around $6,000 and $9,000 down, respectively.

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Mazda Lease Deals

Mazda is offering competitive 3-year deals on the Mazda3, starting as low as $259 per month with $2,499 due at signing. The CX-30 subcompact SUV starts at $269 per month with $2,999 down, and the compact CX-5 starts at $319 with $3,499 due at signing.

Even the most expensive Mazda lease, on the CX-9, carries a monthly payment of just $389 with $2,999 down.

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Mercedes Lease Deals

Mercedes-Benz is offering lease deals on all models. Like BMW, Mercedes has some lease deals that come in around $400 a month with less than $4,000 down, such as the incentives for the A-Class, CLA, GLA, and GLB.

Some other incentives have payments of less than $500 per month with around $4,000 down. The brand’s pricier vehicles range from $800 to over $2,000 per month.

Mercedes’ featured deals include the GLB 250 at $459 per month with $4,283 down, the GLC 300 at $499 with $4,393 down, and the GLE 350 at $729 with $4,373 down.

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Mini Lease Deals

Mini has lease deals as low as $269 per month for 36 months with $2,999 due at signing. You can lease the base model of most vehicles in Mini’s lineup for $379 or less per month with $2,999 down. These are good deals considering Mini’s models are typically expensive for their class.

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Mitsubishi Lease Deals

Mitsubishi has leasing incentives on all vehicles, with terms ranging from 36 to 39 months. Monthly payments for the SUVs come in under $300 with $3,000 to $4,000 down.

The Eclipse Cross starts at $229 per month, the Outlander starts at $259, and the Outlander PHEV starts at $269. These leases run for 36 or 39 months and require around $4,000 at signing.

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Nissan Lease Deals

Many Nissan vehicles are available with 3-year lease deals. Monthly payments start as low as $149, though most are around $200 to $300 per month. These leases require a least $3,000 at signing.

The Rogue, Rogue Sport, and Murano SUVs carry lease payments of around $250 per month or less with about $3,500 to $4,000 down.

The Sentra is available for $229 per month with $3,229 due at signing. The Altima is leasing for $215 per month with just under $4,000 due at signing.

If you’re looking for a pickup truck, the brand is leasing the Frontier for $259 per month with $4,849 down, and the Titan for $399 per month with $4,349 due at signing.

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Porsche Lease Deals

Porsche’s 3-year lease deals are pretty consistent each month, with payments ranging from $700 to $1,300. Be prepared to pay as much as $12,000 at lease signing.

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Ram Lease Deals

Ram typically offers the best lease deals for select shoppers, such as those who currently lease a Ram or those with select competitor vehicles.

That said, the brand is offering a deal this month to all well-qualified buyers. It comes in at $319 per month for 36 months with $3,799 due at signing. The deal applies to the 2022 Ram 1500 Big Horn model with a Quad Cab, 4-wheel drive, and a 6-foot-4-inch bed.

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2020 Subaru Forester / Photo Credit: Subaru
2021 Subaru Forester / Photo Credit: Subaru

Subaru Lease Deals

Subaru has appealing 3-year lease deals across its lineup, with payments ranging from $215 to $379 per month. Most of these deals require $2,000 to $3,000 at signing. For example, with less than $3,000 down, you can lease the Crosstrek, Forester, or Outback for around $250 per month.

The brand’s best deals are on the Impreza and Legacy, at $215 per month with between $2,000 and $3,000 down.

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Tesla Lease Deals

Tesla is leasing the refreshed Model 3 for 36 months with a monthly payment of $453 and $4,500 due at signing. The Model Y is $639 per month with $4,500 down.

The refreshed Model S and Model X require $7,500 at signing and carry monthly payments of $1,239 and $1,339, respectively.

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Toyota Lease Deals

Toyota hasn’t posted many deals yet this month. We will continue to monitor its deals website and will update this page as new deals become available.

In the past, Toyota offered 3-year lease deals that require $2,000 to $3,000 down and carry monthly payments between $200 and $300.

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Volkswagen Lease Deals

Volkswagen isn’t advertising any manufacturer-sponsored incentives for the month. In the past, the brand rotated between zero-down lease deals and more traditional incentives. We’ll be checking regularly in case VW adds promotions later in the month.

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Volvo Lease Deals

Volvo has a full assortment of 3-year lease deals with $4,000 to $5,000 down. Most monthly payments range from $355 to $639. One of the best deals is on the S60 sedan, at $415 per month for 36 months with $3,715 due at signing.

With about $4,000 down, you can lease the XC40 for $469 per month and the XC60 for $495. The XC90 comes in at $709 with about $5,039 due at signing.

Considering Volvo’s level of luxury and abundance of standard features, these deals are worth considering.

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