You can get great deals on luxury cars. There are many brands that have luxury cars for you to choose from. But, before you lease a luxury car, see if you can lease an earlier model for a less expensive price. Below the models will be the newest 2023 models being compared. You can usually choose to have a leased car for 24, 36, or 48 months, with a 36-month being the average term. All the lease payments listed below are with 0 down payment, 6.9 APR on the average term of 36 months.
1. Bentley Flying Spur Range
The Bentley Flying Spur Range is a great car with many amazing features. The Bentley Flying Spur starts at $208,000, the lease will be $6,413 a month with 0 down, 6.9 APR over a 36-month lease. Leasing is a great way for you to have this car. Bentley offers two types of lease, the first one to conventional lease that offers attractive payment along with the option to upgrade the vehicle frequently. The second type of lease is pre-paid lease in addition to all the benefits of the conventional lease the pre-pay lease option offers upfront payments.
Dealerships like to lease their vehicles out for its profitable but it also benefits the customer by having the option to upgrade sooner or owns the car after the lease is up. With these cars being luxury, handcrafted, using high-end materials, and more, the dealerships do not offer deals.
With Bentleys, you can expect not to get any deals, however, if you find one or they have an offer going on a holiday weekend, then you can expect it to be of little help in the long run.
2. Cadillac CT4-V
The CT4-V is a smaller 4-door vehicle that looks stunningly impressive. CT4-V houses a 2.7L dual-volute turbocharged I4 engine with 325 horsepower and 380 lb.-ft. of torque, while CT4-V. The car is smaller, so it can cost less depending on the features, upgrades, or customizations you make and add to the vehicle. The price of the car is $47,220 with a monthly lease payment of $1,456 with 0 down, 6.9 APR over a 36-month lease They do not offer deals on these vehicles commonly, but the deals being offered for the XT6 might be able to apply to your purchase, so make sure to ask before buying or leasing.
3. INFINITI QX60
The QX60 model is a great SUV that has space, and it starts at $49,200. There are no deals running, and they don’t typically run deals, although if you see that on a holiday weekend, there is an offer, then you can look at that. But generally, they do not offer deals. To give you an idea of the monthly payment for leasing the SUV, your monthly payments on a lease will be $1,517 with a $0 down payment, 6.9 APR, and for 36 months. That is a much lower cost compared to the Bentley above.
4. Lexus IS 500 F Sport Performance
The IS 500 F Sport Performance is a great car and it costs $58,270. So surprisingly, the sedan costs more than the SUV. The monthly cost of this car would be $1,797 the monthly payment for leasing. A $0 down payment, 6.9 APR, and 36 months. Again, they do deals by area so see what is offered in your area. Maybe a lower down payment, lower APR, lower payment for the first year, or another deal that can be great for your monthly payment.
5. Lincoln Nautilus
The Lincoln Nautilus is an SUV, and actually Lincoln does not make sedans or smaller cars than SUVs. The car starts at $44,825 and based on the payment estimation from Lincoln the monthly payment would be roughly $1,382 with 0 down, 6.9 APR for 36 months.
6. Mercedes Benz Class A Sedan
The Class A Sedan starts at $33,950, and that is less than the SUV which is good. It is a more expensive sedan but it is overall not a bad cost for a new car. And again, they want you to buy the 2022 models. You will see that on all of their cars dated in 2022, there are deals for lower APRs, lower monthly payments for a period, a lower cost due at signing, etc. The monthly payment would be $1,047 with 0 down, a 6.9 APR for 36 months.
7. Porsche Cayman
The Porsche Cayman costs $63,400 and with no deals, you are going to be tempted and persuaded to sign a lease for the car. Remember, take your time, and don’t rush into signing. Crunch the numbers, compare cars, and make sure this is the best decision for you and your finances! The monthly payment would be $1,955 with 0 down, a 6.9 APR for 36 months.
Your monthly payment will be lower with leasing and not paying back an auto loan but remember that dealerships push for this because it brings them the most money, and it is okay if you can’t afford it now. The cheapest way to buy a car is through cash, the next cheapest way is getting a loan through a bank or credit instead of the dealership. If you go straight for the dealership offer instead of being patient and shopping around then you are not getting the best deal!
8. Rolls Royce Phantom Series II
The Rolls Royce Phantom Series II costs $460,000, which is a lot of money. Depending on the amount you put down, you can lower the monthly lease or payment, and they can try to see if you are eligible for a lower APR. The only thing you can do to get a deal on the car is to go to the dealership and talk with the representative working with you. They are the only ones with the information you want! The monthly payment would be $14,182 with 0 down, and a 6.9 APR for 36 months.
9. Tesla Model S
The Tesla Model S is a great car as well, and though there are no deals, you can get a used Model S for a fraction of what it would cost from the dealership. The Model S starts at $104,990, which is a lot, and that can be hard to budget into the other bills you pay monthly. The monthly payment would be $3,237 with 0 down, and a 6.9 APR for 36 months. But, getting an older year on the car can be worth it. Remember the depreciation of the vehicle!