Hyundai Car Lease specials are looking better and better. It is car buying season and Hyundai is back in the game with some pretty, darn sweet lease deals. Not too long ago, I leased a 2008 Hyundai Veracruz SE for just $399.00 a month for 24 months. I am proud to say that this is one of the most enjoyable, best darn cars I’ve ever driven. I’m sorry that the lease only lasted two years. In fact, because of the remorse I had turning my Hyundai Veracruz in so early, I don’t recommend an auto lease term less than 36 months. If the goal is to finance a car you’re really excited about, do you really expect that excitement to go away after just two years? Maybe 24-month car lease terms are good for those situations when you lease something that is just a little bit risky, or the monthly payment is just so darn low that you can’t resist taking the offer. But, in most cases, two years is not even long enough for that new-car-smell to disappear. Isn’t it that new car smell that attracts you to a new car in the first place?
The good news is this: Hyundai is offering 36 month (3-Year) car lease terms on six of its most popular selling models: The Sonata, Elantra, Veracruz, Tucson, Genisys Coupes and Sedans. These are beautiful and practical cars with 60-month warranties. Now, is the time to get in on the action of a car that is not only practical but fun. Shortly after I leased my Veracruz, I went back to my local Hyundai dealer to find a practical, gas saving sedan to replace my $190 a month Pontiac G6 payment. Unfortunately, Hyundai was not offering a lease at the time on it’s Elantras. I test-drove one of these great cars and was really impressed with the ride, features and overall comfort. Now, you can lease a brand-new, 2010 Hyundai Elantra Automatic for just $159.00 a month and $1,999 down, including first month’s payment. As the low LVR of just 1.19% shows, this is a great car lease deal and wins top honors among these six Hyundai Car Lease offers. Both Honda and Toyota have introduced even lower average monthly lease payments, but do they come with a 60-month warranty and do they provide 26/34MPG Fuel Economy? If you spend your time 50/50 between city and highway driving, you can expect to average 30MPG in a Hyundai Elantra and you will never feel as though you are making a sacrifice to do it. The Elantra is a very comfortable, substantial feeling car, both on and off the highway.
Top Hyundai Car Lease Specials for April 2010
|Rank||Model||Term||Payment||Down||1st Month||MSRP||AVG MO PMT||Total Cost||LVR|
|1||Hyundai Elantra 2.0 GLS Auto||36||$159||$1840||$159||$17,615||$210.11||$7,564||1.19%|
|2||Hyundai Sonata 2011||36||$199||$2200||$199||$20,915||$260.11||$9,364||1.24%|
|3||Hyundai Genisys Couple 2010||36||$259||$1940||$259||$22,750||$312.89||$11,264||1.38%|
|4||Hyundai Genisys Sedan 2010||36||$399||$2600||$399||$33,800||$471.22||$16,964||1.39%|
|5||Hyundai Tucson GLS FWD 2010||36||$239||$2260||$239||$20,790||$301.78||$10,864||1.45%|
|6||Hyundai Veracruz FWD GLS SUV 2010||36||$359||$2240||$359||$28,940||$421.22||$15,164||1.46%|