Dealerships love lease deals. Typically, they make a lot more money on lease deals than they do on purchases. With all the New Year’s incentives going on right now for purchases, you may find that dealerships are willing to give away their back teeth to push a lease out the door. Offers could include no cash down, lower monthly payments, and even extended mileage limits. If leasing is your thing, and you’re waiting for that perfect timing to find the right deal, here’s what we’ve found for you:

Ford Motor Company

Ford is one of the few companies that isn’t offering a plethora of lease deals right now. That could be due to the fact that they’ve seen sales increases for the past two months, or it could just be that they’re more interested in pushing sales incentives right now. Either way, the couple lease deals they do have aren’t bad.

1.) 2011 Ford Fiesta – $199/mo. for 39 months with $1,872 due at signing. Security deposit is waived.

2.) 2011 Ford Mustang – $305/mo. for 36 months with $2,504 due at signing. Security deposit is waived.

General Motors

GM took a different route than Ford. They are offering a plethora of lease deals. Nearly every line of GM vehicle has a lease deal going on for January.

1.) 2011 Chevy Malibu – $199/mo. for 39 months with $1,999 due at signing. Security deposit is waived.

2.) 2011 Chevy Cruze – $159/mo. for 39 months with $529 due at signing. Security deposit is waived.

3.) 2011 Buick Enclave – $443/mo. for 39 months with $0 due at signing.

4.) 2011 Buick Lacrosse – $341/mo. for 39 months with $0 due at signing.

5.) 2011 Buick Regal – $291/mo. for 39 months with $0 due at signing.

6.) 2011 Cadillac Escalade 2WD – $599/mo. for 39 months with $4,474 due at signing.

7.) 2011 Cadillac SRX – $429/mo. for 39 months with $1,929 due at signing.

8.) 2011 Cadillac CTS Coupe – $349/mo. for 39 months with $1,949 due at signing.

Hyundai

Hyundai is offering some decent monthly payments, but it would be nicer to see them drop the money due at signing. Still, Hyundai quality has increased so much in recent years that it may be worth the added cost at signing to drive one.

1.) 2011 Hyundai Elantra – $169/mo. for 36 months with $1,699 due at signing. Security deposit is waived.

2.) 2011 Hyundai Sonata – $199/mo. for 36 months with $2,399 due at signing. Security deposit is waived.

3.) 2011 Hyundai Tucson – $259/mo. for 36 months with $2,499 due at signing. Security deposit is waived.

4.) 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe – $299/mo. for 36 months with $2,699 due at signing. Security deposit is waived.

5.) 2011 Hyundai Genesis – $399/mo. for 36 months with $2,698 due at signing. Security deposit is waived.

Chrysler

Don’t look for huge lease deals from Chrysler either. With their current financial woes they’re probably tipping the scales more towards liquidation than long-term investments. Still, their cash allowances for leases are actually quite high right now.

1.) 2010 Chrysler Town & Country – $1,500 cash allowance, $500 bonus cash, and $1,750 bonus lease cash allowance.

2.) 2011 Dodge Caliber – $1,500 cash allowance.

3.) 2011 Dodge Challenger – $2,000 cash allowance.

4.) 2010 Dodge Caravan – $3,000 cash allowance and $1,750 bonus lease cash allowance.

5.) 2010 Dodge Journey – $2,000 cash allowance and $1,750 bonus lease cash allowance.

6.) 2011 Dodge Nitro – $2,500 cash allowance.

7.) 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 – $1,000 cash allowance and $1,500 bonus lease cash allowance.

Toyota

1.) 2011 Toyota Camry – $249/mo. for 36 months with $0 due at signing.

2.) 2010 Toyota Corolla – $229/mo. for 36 months with $0 due at signing.

3.) 2011 Toyota RAV4 – $279/mo. for 36 months with $0 due at signing.

4.) 2010 Toyota Prius – $289/mo. for 36 months with $0 due at signing.

Honda

1.) 2011 Honda Accord Coupe – $0 first month payment, $300/mo. for 35 months with $0 due at signing.

2.) 2011 Honda Civic Sedan – $0 first month payment, $200/mo. for 35 months with $0 due at signing.

3.) 2010 Honda Insight – $0 first month payment, $210/mo. for 35 months with $0 due at signing.

4.) 2011 Honda Odyssey – $0 first month payment, $380/mo. for 35 months with $0 due at signing.

5.) 2010 Honda Fit – $0 first month payment, $190/mo. for 35 months with $0 due at signing.

6.) 2010 Honda Accord Crosstour – $0 first month payment, $320/mo. for 35 months with $0 due at signing.

7.) 2011 Honda Pilot – $0 first month payment, $380/mo. for 35 months with $0 due at signing.

Be sure to also see if the vehicles you’re considering, especially if it’s a hybrid, electric, or alternative fuel-powered, can qualify for a federal or state tax credit, deduction, or rebate.  Here’s  more info on new car tax credithybrid car tax credit, and electric car tax credit.

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