TTAC Customer Service: Five Lease Deals Under $200

Bertel Schmitt
by Bertel Schmitt
ttac customer service five lease deals under 200

Some TTAC readers complained that they never had the chance to cash in on the great $199 Volt lease deals. We apologize.

To prevent this from recurring, TTAC will keep at least one eye on sub $200 leases.

In fact, Kelley Blue Book put for us together a list of great lease deals, some for as little as $159 a month.

Says said Alec Gutierrez, senior market analyst at Kelley Blue Book:

“Those who need new wheels, but are holding tight to their purse strings, will find some incredible lease options this month due to unusual but favorable new-car market conditions. New-car shoppers more interested in low monthly payments in the short term, rather than long-term vehicle ownership, should act quickly on these great deals, as we expect conditions to change and deals to expire in the next 30-60 days.”

KBB Lease DealsMYMakeModelTrimMSRPFPPPaymentTermDown2012Ford


Focus
SE Sedan 4D$18,295$17,260$15924$2,3782012Hyundai


Accent
GLS Sedan 4D$13,320$12,654$16936$1,6992012Subaru


Impreza
2.0i Sedan 4D$18,245$17,422$16942$1,9692012Hyundai Elantra GLS Sedan 4D$18,370$17,391$17936$1,9992012Nissan


Versa
S Hatchback 4D$15,450$14,594$18939$1,999The FPP in the table refers to Kelley Blue Book’s Fair Purchase Price. It uses actual transactions and represents what a consumer can expect to pay prior to incentives.


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  • Nrd515 Nrd515 on Sep 14, 2012

    I'm so happy I'm not divorced and paying child support and make enough money that I can avoid these "penalty cars". A friend is currently, um, er, uhh, "enjoying" his Focus lease. He hates the damn thing (No problems, he just doesn't like it), and can hardly wait until it's gone, 1 month after his child support payments are over (Ex makes BIG money, so the kids will have no college worries), and he can move back up to something he actually might like. I would bet F150, if I could bet on what he ends up with.

    • 28-Cars-Later 28-Cars-Later on Sep 14, 2012

      If the ex is making big money then why are there child support payments... I thought the purpose was "I, the ex, cannot afford the kids on my own so you contribute"

  • Tdr Tdr on Sep 14, 2012

    Over the summer here in NYC, there were some pretty good deals on leases for the popular midsize sedans. Altima for $139, Accord for $169, Sonata for $179, all with zero down. Plaza Auto Leasing, Wheels to Lease, Diamond Leasing...the list goes on. Even those without top tier credit could get those payments or within $10/month. Then there was the $249 special (zero down) on the fully loaded G37 - including navi. All of a sudden a lot of those started showing up in my neighborhood...

  • Kosmo Short bed? That's it?! Ranger becomes the only option if you want an actual truck bed?!
  • Probert There's something wrong with that chart. The 9 month numbers for Tesla, in the chart, are closer to Tesla's Q3 numbers. They delivered 343,830 cars in q3 and YoY it is a 40% increase. They sold 363,830 but deliveries were slowed at the end of the quarter - no cars in inventory. For the past 9 months the total sold is 929,910 . So very good performance considering a major shutdown for about a month in China (Covid, factory revamp). Not sure if the chart is also inaccurate for other makers.
  • ToolGuy "...overall length grew only fractionally, from 187.6” in 1994 to 198.7” in 1995."Something very wrong with that sentence. I believe you just overstated the length by 11 inches.
  • ToolGuy There is no level of markup on the Jeep Wrangler which would not be justified or would make it any less desirable [perfectly inelastic demand, i.e., 'I want one']. Source: My 21-year-old daughter.
  • ToolGuy Strong performance from Fiat.
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