Top 35 Lease Deals October 2012

Top Car Lease Deal For October 2012With the 2013 models out now in full force, it might be wise to look for close-out specials on the 2012 models. While there are some excellent lease deals on established 2013 models, the all-new, redesigned cars are going to take some time for the residual values to make a name for themselves.

Here is what we have for October Car Lease Deals:

October 2012 Car Lease Ratings From 1-35

12012 Honda Crosstour$270.00$0.00$28,585.0036$9,450.00$262.500.92%
22013 VW CC Sport$259.00$2,240.00$32,535.0036$11,564.00$321.220.99%
32013 VW Passat 2.5L S$199.00$1,800.00$23,740.0036$8,964.00$249.001.05%
42013 Infiniti M37 Sedan RWD$479.00$3,520.00$53,295.0039$22,201.00$569.261.07%
52012 Acura TSX$350.00-$350.00$30,905.0036$11,900.00$330.561.07%
62012 Honda Civic Hybrid CVT$199.00$2,600.00$24,990.0036$9,764.00$271.221.09%
72012 Toyota Camry LE$189.00$2,820.00$24,060.0036$9,624.00$267.331.11%
82013 Infiniti G37 Sedan$349.002650$40,295 24$11,026.00$459.421.14%
92012 Honda Pilot$289.00$1,710.00$29,450.0036$12,114.00$336.501.14%
102012 Honda Pilot LX 2WD$289.00$1,710.00$29,450.0036$12,114.00$336.501.14%
112013 Mazda6 iSport Auto$199.00$1,780.00$21,725.0036$8,944.00$248.441.14%
122012 Nissan Rogue S AWD$209.00$2,790.00$24,520.0039$10,941.00$280.541.14%
132013 Hyundai Sonata$259.00-259$21,670.0036$9,065.00$251.811.16%
142012 Nissan Sentra 2.0 SR$179.00$1,820.00$19,420.0039$8,801.00$225.671.16%
152012 Mazda CX-9 FWD$279.00$2,700.00$30,215.0036$12,744.00$354.001.17%
162013 BMW 328i xDrive Sedan$399.00$3,725.00$42,495.0036$18,089.00$502.471.18%
172013 Kia Optima LX 2.4L$199.00$2,200.00$21,975.00369364260.11111111.18%
182013 Toyota Sienna LE$339.00$1,425.00$31,785.0036$13,629.00$378.581.19%
192012 Subaru Legacy$199.00$1,800.00$20,295.0042$10,158.00$241.861.19%
202013 VW Jetta S Manual$159.00$1,840.00$17,470.0036$7,564.00$210.111.20%
212013 Infiniti M56 Sedan RWD$699.00$4,300.00$67,145.0039$31,561.00$809.261.21%
222012 Acura TL$400.00$1,999.00$36,600.0036$15,999.00$444.421.21%
232013 BMW 535i xDrive GT$679.00$3,225.00$62,795.0036$27,669.00$768.581.22%
242013 Acura RDX 6-Speed$460.00-$460.00$35,215.003615640434.44444441.23%
252013 Hyundai Elantra$179.00$1,820.00$18,470.0036$8,264.00$229.561.24%
262013 Subaru Forester$229.00$1,700.00$21,295.0042$11,318.00$269.481.27%
272012 Toyota Avalon$389.00$3,810.00$38,905.0036$17,814.00$494.831.27%
282013 BMW X5 xDrive 35i$529.00$3,725.00$48,895.0036$22,769.00$632.471.29%
292013 Mazda3 iSV AT$179.00$1,820.00$17,550.0036$8,264.00$229.561.31%
302012 Subaru Impreza WRX$299.00$1,699.00$25,595.0042$14,257.00$339.451.33%
312013 Hyundai Accent$169.00$1,730.00$16,320.0036$7,814.00$217.061.33%
322012 Nissan Quest$299.00$2,700.00$27,270.0039$14,361.00$368.231.35%
332013 Cadillac ATS 2WD$329.00$3,220.00$33,990.0024$11,116.00$463.171.36%
342013 Kia Rio LX 1.6L$169.00$1,830.00$15,450.0036$7,914.00$219.831.42%
352013 Cadillac Escalade 2WD$749.00$5,589.00$64,165.0024$23,565.00$981.881.53%

Much Better Lease Offers on 2012 Models

I leased a 2012 Honda Accord SE From my local Honda Dealer, Ralph Schomp, for $219.00 a month and nothing down. The Accord SE is the Special Edition model that they release at the end of the 5 year life cycle. It is much like the LX, but comes with Alloy Wheels and heated leather seats. The Accord SE has an MSRP of $24,800. The lease term is for 36 months. At about that time, the 2013 -2015 models should have good established residual values, allowing for much better leases. These close-out, or subvented lease deals are unbeatable. The Lease Value Ratio on the Accord SE is just .88%. This is just one of the many examples as to why you should always ask your dealer for a better deal.

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4 thoughts on “Top 35 Lease Deals October 2012

  1. Can you let me know a little more about this deal? Did you roll in all taxes and fees or did you pay them up front. My tax rate is 8% and I am being told around $275 for an Accord SE.

    • Hi, Josh:
      The $219.00 is before taxes. In my local region of Colorado where I live, that means, you’d figure-in about 7.6% to the payment. Monthly, that’s around $237.00 with taxes.
      I used my ’97 BMW for a trade, and applied $2,000 towards the payment..And got $800 back in cash to help with registration fees (that cost me about $447.00). My payment with taxes is $174.00.
      Not all dealers will offer the same deal. It depends on their inventory – what they have left and how motivated they are to push the new 2013 models.
      I will say that the 2012 SE is a sweet car for the price. Very well made, balanced, strong engine for a 4-Cylinder with plenty of pep.. So far, I’m not too excited about teh gas mileage. I am getting slightly under 23MPG, with about 80/20 City/HWY miles.. Can’t go wrong with this deal, though. Negotiate. I’d say anything under $250 is a great deal for this car.

      • Thanks for the info. Strange you are getting such low gas mileage. I am starting to look a little late in the game as the lower model 2012’s are vanishing quickly.
        After looking at the numbers $275 is about right as taxes and fees would come to around $45 (sales tax and acquisition fee) and I wanted 15k miles which would add another $15 or so. So $219 plus $45 and $15 comes to $279.

        • The 2012 Accord gave me excellent gas mileage on my recent trip to Arkansas. I averaged about 34 on the highway. The 23/34 rating seems pretty accurate. And my 23MPG that I was getting is probably a reflection of mostly city driving. Maybe it gets better after time.

          Yes, those numbers add up to a great deal. I’m very impressed with the car. With 4 people and a trunk full of suit cases, the Accord had plenty of power and great fuel economy. I highly recommend.

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