Leasing never sounded better (Part I of II)

We won’t hit you over the head yet another time surrounding the benefits of leasing versus buying, or vice-versa. Suffice it to say that for some leasing is awesome, while for others buying makes much more sense. But let’s put that aside and concentrate today on leasing. If leasing is your thing, and you have weighed all the pros and cons, then this two-part post is going to be right up your alley.

The following are some great lease deals throughout the U.S. but do know that these all will vary state by state.

2020 Chevy Impala

Want a big sedan? Crickets, crickets … We know, let’s hold off on the old and tired sedan jokes though. We’re SUV folks now, right? Through and through, but there are still some sedan lovers out there and Impala is tech and value-packed, no doubt about it.

The Impala was introduced way back in 1958 and stuck around til 1985. It then returned with a limited-edition SS model in 1994 and took yet another hiatus until 2000. This current version (surprise, surprise) will also be disappearing however, so take advantage of a $389 per month lease with just under $2,000 ($1,949) due at signing. You get an attractive 39-month/32,500-mile guarantee and total lease cost at the end of the day is just $17,081.

2020 Acura RDX

You want luxury but don’t want to pay for it? Well then, we have the car for you! The RDX is quietly known as one of the best cars out there for its price. At a cool $379 per month (and $2,799 down), this compact crossover is super sophisticated for its size and provides many more luxuries than anything in this segment, hands-down. The lease term for most RDXs is 36 months and 30,000 miles and the down payment does vary by state.

2020 Buick Enclave

Believe it or not, the Enclave has been a hot seller now for Buick. A large crossover SUV, this one still flies under the radar but not for long. A cousin of General Motors crossover SUV family members – the GMC Acadia, Chevy Traverse and Cadillac XT6 – the Enclave is a great choice for those who don’t want to spend the big bucks on similar models of brands that are much pricier.

For roughly $319 per month and only $1,769 down, the Enclave can be yours at the standard 36 months/30,000 miles term. Yes, it’s a Buick, but no, it’s not your grandfather’s Buick, that’s for sure.

Stay tuned as Part II comes strong with some impressive, additional leasing bargains to be had.

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