Car Lease Deals May 2012

chevy volt top car lease deal may 2012The Chevy Volt has topped the May 2012 Car Lease Deals for the 2nd time. Chevy has sweetened their lease deal on the Volt with it’s $389.00 a month payment and no money down or due at Signing for 36 months. This means the Lease Value Ratio on the Volt is just .90% – one of the lowest LVR’s ever recorded on Monthly Car Lease. A $389.00 payment for a $39,500 car sounds phenomenal, but does this mean that you should immediately go out and buy a Chevy Volt? To read more about the Chevy Volt lease deal scroll below the Top-36 lease deals for May.

36 Car Lease Deals for May 2012 

At Signing
12012 Chevrolet Volt$369.00-$369.00$39,995.0036$12,915.00$358.750.90%$369.00$0.0036
22012 Cadillac CTS Sedan$319.00$2,000.00$38,165.0036$13,484.00$374.560.98%$319.00$2,319.0036
32012 Infiniti G25 Sedan$379.00-$379.00$35,995.0039$14,402.00$369.281.03%$379.00$0.0039
42012 Honda Accord LX$250.00$0.00$23,070.0036$8,750.00$243.061.05%$0.00$0.0035
52012 Toyota RAV4$219.00$1,695.00$25,235.0036$9,579.00$266.081.05%$219.00$1,914.0036
62012 Infiniti G37 RWD$409.00$409.00$39,645.0039$16,360.00$419.491.06%$0.00$409.0039
72012 Volkswagen Passat 2.5L $199.00$1,800.00$23,460.0036$8,964.00$249.001.06%$199.00$1,999.0036
82012 Honda Pilot 2WD LX$340.00$0.00$29,450.0036$11,900.00$330.561.12%$0.00$0.0035
92012 Lexus RX 350 AWD$439.00$2,860.00$45,822.0036$18,664.00$518.441.13%$439.00$3,299.0036
102012 Acura TL$349.00$2,350.00$36,600.0036$14,914.00$414.281.13%$349.00$2,699.0036
122012 Nissan Rogue S AWD$209.00$2,790.00$24,520.0039$10,941.00$280.541.14%$209.00$2,999.0039
132012 Toyota Camry LE$219.00$2,040.00$23,925.0036$9,924.00$275.671.15%$219.00$2,259.0036
142012 Nissan Sentra 2.0 SR$179.00$1,820.00$19,420.0039$8,801.00$225.671.16%$179.00$1,999.0039
152012 Acura TSX Wagon$329.00$1,670.00$32,255.0036$13,514.00$375.391.16%$329.00$1,999.0036
162012 Kia Optima LX 2.4L$189.00$2,310.00$21,750.0036$9,114.00$253.171.16%$189.00$2,499.0036
172012 Cadillac SRX w/1SB$399.00$3,050.00$40,890.0036$17,414.00$483.721.18%$399.00$3,449.0036
182012 Volkswagen Jetta S$159.00$1,840.00$17,415.0039$8,041.00$206.181.18%$159.00$1,999.0039
192012 Toyota Venza AWD V6$329.00$2,175.00$32,770.0036$14,019.00$389.421.19%$329.00$2,504.0036
202012 BMW 335i xDrive$489.00$3,725.00$49,695.0036$21,329.00$592.471.19%$489.00$4,214.0036
212012 Volkswagen CC Sport$289.00$2,710.00$30,385.0036$13,114.00$364.281.20%$289.00$2,999.0036
222012 Subaru Legacy$199.00$1,800.00$19,995.0042$10,158.00$241.861.21%$199.00$1,999.0042
232012 Subaru Impreza$169.00$1,800.00$17,495.0042$8,898.00$211.861.21%$169.00$1,969.0042
242012 Chevrolet Cruze MH8/2LS$159.00$1,720.00$18,590.0024$5,536.00$230.671.24%$159.00$1,879.0024
252012 BMW 328i Sedan$399.00$3,475.00$39,395.0036$17,839.00$495.531.26%$399.00$3,874.0036
262012 Mazda6 Sedan AT$229.00$1,594.00$21,480.0036$9,838.00$273.281.27%$229.00$1,823.0036
272013 Hyundai Elantra$179.00$2,120.00$18,470.0036$8,564.00$237.891.29%$179.00$2,299.0036
282012 Chevrolet Camaro w/1LS$259.002090$24,180 39$12,191.00$312.591.29%$259.00$2,349.0039
292012 Honda CR-5 2WD LX$320.00$0.00$23,325.0036$11,200.00$311.111.33%$0.00$0.0035
302012 Mazda CX-9$329.00$2,670.00$30,215.0036$14,514.00$403.171.33%$329.00$2,999.0036
312012 Subaru Outback$279.00$1,700.00$23,295.0042$13,418.00$319.481.37%$279.00$1,979.0042
322012 Kia Rio LX 1.6L$159.00$1,840.00$15,250.0036$7,564.00$210.111.38%$159.00$1,999.0036
332012 Dodge Charger SE$329.00$2,170.00$27,515.0039$15,001.00$384.641.40%$329.00$2,499.0039
342012 Dodge Charger SE$329.00$2,170.00$27,515.0039$15,001.00$384.641.40%$329.00$2,499.0039
352012 Ford Taurus SEL FWD$289.00$2,859.00$28,800.0024$9,795.00$408.131.42%$289.00$3,148.0024
362012 Ford Focus SE Sport Pkg$179.00$1,999.00$17,500.0024$6,295.00$262.291.50%$179.00$2,178.0024

Is the Chevy Volt Lease as Good as it Looks? 

Before you go out and buy or lease a 2012 Chevy Volt, there are a couple of things that bother me about this car. First of all, it’s important to understand that the $39,500 price tag is what makes the LVR look so good. Outside of the hybrid technology, does this drive, look and feel like a car that’s worth around $40 grand?  I’ve heard that it’s nothing like a GM Cadillac. Secondly, I’ve been told that on long trips, when you’re not able to charge the battery, the average fuel mileage isn’t all that great – not nearly as good as the Prius. The Cadillac CTS Lease offer which yields a payment of $319.00 with $2300 down, would come real close to the cost of the Volt if you waved the down payment.  In fact, the Infiniti G25 leases for just $379.00 a month and 0 due at signing. Neither of these cars have an MSRP as high as the Volt, but I would venture to say both of these cars drive and perform better than the Chevy Volt. If I’m going to pay for a $40,000 car, I don’t get too excited about gas mileage, but hey – maybe that’s just me.


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