Best Coupes

Best Coupes to Lease rated from 1-8

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Best Coupes to Lease in November 2017

1 2017 Infiniti Q60 Coupe 3.0t Prem. $369.00 $3,530.00 $45,295.00 39 $17,921.00 $459.51 1.01% $369.00 $3,899.00 39
2 2017 Dodge Challenger SXT RWD $242.00 $2,757.00 $28,090.00 39 $12,195.00 $312.69 1.11% $242.00 $2,999.00 39
3 2017 Mercedes SLC300 RDSTR $519.00 $4,094.00 $49,095.00 36 20,978.00 582.72 1.19% $519.00 $4,613.00 36
4 2017 BMW M240i xD Coupe $489.00 $3,925.00 $49,095.00 36 $21,529.00 $598.03 1.22% $489.00 $4,414.00 36
5 2017 Subaru BRZ $345.00 $1,800.00 $26,315.00 36 $14,220.00 $395.00 1.50% $345.00 $2,145.00 36


Coupes this month are about the same. The Infiniti Q60 is a particularly good deal, with an LVR of just 1.01%.

The best coupes to Lease this month are ranked from 1 to 7 based on their performance-value ratio.  While some might argue that the Dodge Challenger belongs in a group called, Muscle Cars, it still fits the classic definition of a coupe; that is, a two door car with a hard-top. Coupes are generally sportier, two-door versions of sedans. This group of six contenders offers a wide price range from $26,190 to $47,400. It is hard to keep luxury cars like the Mercedes SLK out of the lineup because they are in fact coupes. Both the Challeger R/T and Lexus RC 300 AWD offer excellent lease values in this segment. I realize that the price range of coupes really covers the gamut. Next month, I will include a few of the coupes in the lower-end marketplace from Honda, Nissan, Toyota, etc. Plenty of coupes also offer convertibles. So, it looks as though a new category might be required to cover some of those. Car leasing is not limited to only a few models and designs, thought it might seem that way. Sometimes, you have to look past the popular, featured lease deals from commercial, magazine, radio, and newspaper ADS to see what else is available. I will continue to mix things up from month to month to make sure a wide variety of lease options are available for viewing and comparing.

The Toyota 86 is Back

The 86 has declined this month with a leasing special of $376.08 average payment. Not great, but at least not the worst in the bunch. That honor goes to the Subaru BRZ.

The new Toyota 86 continues to disappoint us with a sub-par lease deal. The 86 is second to last to only the Subaru BRZ. What is with these coupes and when are they going to come up with some more reasonable lease deals.


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