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Best Car Lease Deals: May 2013

2013 Nissan altima sedan Best Car Lease Deals: May 2013

Nissan and Chevrolet led a strong month of April for the auto industry, with their lease deals and sales continue to go strong, we predict they will continue to lead in the month of May. And don’t forget, the Memorial’s Day weekend is at the 25th of this month.  So we are expecting some best car lease deals in that weekend.

Since Nissan & Chevrolet were the stars of last month, let’s point out some of their best car lease deals. With Nissan, you can lease their strongest seller, 2013 Nissan Altima 2.5 sedan for $199 per month for 36 months with $1,999 due at signing. And for Chevrolet’s Strongest Seller, the 2013 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 Crew Cab, now you can lease it for $319 per month for 39 months with $2,799 due at signing. (more…)

Great Lease Deals: September 2012

2012 Volvo C70 Inscription 01 Great Lease Deals: September 2012

Car lease specials are offered across many high end and popular auto brands right this moment. Consumers consider lease offers with lower monthly payments along with a sizeable down payment, or zero cash due at signing and greater monthly payments. Regardless of what car leasing special works well with your financial allowance, there are lots of lease deals on the market today. Check out some deals from BMW lease deals, Audi lease specials, Honda leases and many others on Autopromocenter.com (more…)

Best Lease Deals: September 2011

2012 C Class Coupe Gallery 001 sr e1320374615179 Best Lease Deals: September 2011

Though some brands have leave lease deals behind for September, there are still plenty of great lease deals available, especially if you’re looking for a luxury car lease. And, if you’re considering a more affordable car, there are plenty of September lease deals for you as well.

According to R. L. Polk & Co., most people who are looking to lease a car are looking at luxury brands. While about 20 percent of new cars are leased industry-wide, 45 percent of luxury cars are leased. For some brands, more than 50 percent of sales come from leases. Because luxury carmakers tend not to offer low- and no-interesting financing deals, choosing to lease a luxury car is one way to lower your monthly payment without sacrificing brand cachet. (more…)