Best Compact Cars Ranked by Lease Value

Best Compact Cars
– Ranked by Lease Value

Best Compact Cars
Lease a Jetta for $139.00

2017 Volkswagen Jetta S Tops Compact Car Lease Deals for June


Through the month of June, you can lease a Jetta for only $139.00 with a $1,999.00 Cap Reduction. This is a huge improvement over the lease VW had on the Jetta last month. If you liked the SR deal on the Sentra last month, check out the SV that leases for just $149.00. Or, you can expect to lease the Sentra for around $200 with nothing down at all. Both the Jetta and Sentra represent the best among Compact Car Lease values for June.

Chevy Cruze Table ImagePMTCap ReductionMSRPTermAVGLVR
2017 Volkswagen Jetta S$139.00$1,860.00$19,815.0036$190.670.96%
2017 Nissan Sentra SR$149.00$1,850.00$20,115.0036$149.001.00%
2017 Toyota Corolla LE$159.00$1,840.00$20,049.0036$210.111.05%
2017 Chevrolet Cruz$179.00$2,210.00$21,450.0039$235.671.10%
2017 Hyundai Elantra$169.00$1,830.00$19,785.0036$219.831.11%
2017 Honda Civic LX$179.00$2,120.00$20,375.0036$237.891.11%
2017 Subaru Impreza$179.00$1,720.00$19,215.0036$226.781.18%
2016 Mazda 3 4-Door$209.00$1,790.00$18,895.0036$258.721.37%

Best Compact Cars Rating Scale

The best compact cars are priced in the $16,000 – $21,000 MSRP range. There are certainly smaller cars for less money that qualify for this category, but they typically do not lease as well as cars with higher MSRPs. The lower the MSRP, the lower the value. There is actually a point when it is actually less to lease a more expensive car. So, when considering compact cars, always compare to the latest deals in the Best Family Sedans segment. You can often lease a car that is $4,000 more for only $20.00 more per month. It pays to compare. The best compact cars don’t always offer the best car leases based on our Lease Rating Formula: LVR

General Motors Owner Loyalty Rebates

As a footnote, General Motors often has loyalty rebates figured into their deals. The lease payments shown here include those rebates. It may cost you a little more if you’re not a current GM Lessee or Owner. Check with your dealer and always remember to negotiate for a better deal.

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