Best Car Lease Deals Less Than $200 – 2017

Find Cheap Car Leases For $199 or Less

Car leasesIn a tough economy when finances are tight, it is often a struggle to make car payments. Many car buyers in 2016 are looking for ways to get new cars at the lowest possible monthly cost.

Leasing is often the solution because there is no other way to get a brand new car with all the latest technology, improved fuel economy, and new safety features at less than $200 a month.

Before you decide to lease, however, make sure you understand how leasing works and that you are a good candidate for leasing, which is what our Lease Guide is all about.

Listed below are current car lease offers that have payments of less than $200. Deals may vary depending on region of the country. Check with your local dealer for details.

These deals are put together by car companies to help promote the sale of particular models and styles. Not all models or styles will have special lease deals. Most deals require a down payment, the first month’s payment, and any official taxes and fees in your city/county/state — the total of which is called “cash due at signing.” You will find that the deals shown below are special limited-time promotional leases and are better than customers could negotiate for themselves.

You can evaluate any of these deals using our Lease Deal Calculator
or with the more detailed Lease Evaluator in our Lease Kit.

Car Lease Deals – Current Offers for Under $200/month

Buick Encore   – $199/month, 39 months, $2849 due at signing

Buick Verano  – $199/month, 39 months, $4438 due at signing

Chevy Cruze LT Preferred  – $189/month, 39 months, $1699 due at signing

Chevy Trax 1 LT Preferred – $179/month, 39 months, $2749 due at signing

Fiat 500e FWD(2016)  – $149/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

Fiat 500e FWD(2017)  – $120/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

Ford C-MAX (2016)  – $189/month, 36 months, $2169 due at signing

Ford C-MAX (2017)  – $195/month, 36 months, $3330 due at signing

Ford Fiesta (2016) – $151/month, 39 months, $2036 due at signing

Ford Fiesta (2017) – $178/month, 39 months, $2277 due at signing

Ford Focus (2016) – $183/month, 39 months, $2348 due at signing

Ford Focus (2017) – $182/month, 39 months, $2592 due at signing

GMC Terrain  – $199/ month, 24 months, $3619 due at signing

Honda Accord sedan  – $199/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

Honda Civic sedan  – $179/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

Honda Civic coupe  – $179/month, 36 months, $2499 due at signing

Honda CR-V 2Wd LX – $199/month, 36 months, $2699 due at signing

Honda CR-V AWD – $199/month, 36 months, $3199 due at signing

Honda HR-V 2WD – $189/month, 36 months, $2299 due at signing

Honda HR-V AWD – $189/month, 36 months, $2799 due at signing

Hyundai Accent (2016) – $169/month, 36 months, $1699 due at signing

Hyundai Accent (2017) – $169/month, 36 months, $2199 due at signing

Hyundai Elantra  – $169/month, 36 months, $1799 due at signing

Hyundai Elantra GT  (2016)  – $179/month, 36 months, $1499 due at signing

Hyundai Elantra GT  (2017)  – $189/month, 36 months, $1499 due at signing

Hyundai Sonata (2016)  – $199/month, 36 months, $1649 due at signing

Hyundai Sonata (2017)  – $199/month, 36 months, $2399 due at signing

Hyundai Tucson (2016) – $199/month, 36 months, $2999 due at signing

Hyundai Tucson (2017) – $199/month, 36 months, $2999 due at signing

Hyundai Veloster – $169/month, 36 months, $899 due at signing

Jeep Patriot Sport  – $149/month, 36 months, $2799 due at signing

Kia Forte  (2016) – $169/month, 39 months, $1999 due at signing

Kia Forte  (2017) – $139/month, 39 months, $2862 due at signing

Kia Forte 5 (2016)  – $169/month, 39 months, $1999 due at signing

Kia Forte 5 (2017)  – $149/month, 39 months, $2499 due at signing

Kia Forte Koup  – $189/month, 39 months, $1999 due at signing

Kia Optima Hybrid  – $163/month, 24 months, $1999 due at signing

Kia Optima Hybrid  – $169/month, 39 months, $2735 due at signing

Kia Optima (2016) – $149/month, 39 months, $2722 due at signing

Kia Optima (2017) – $179/month, 39 months, $2741 due at signing

          Kia Optima (2016) – $157/month, 24 months, $1999 due at signing

          Kia Optima (2017) – $193/month, 24 months, $1999 due at signing  

          Kia Soul (2016) – $159/month, 39 months, $2499 due at signing

          Kia Soul (2017) – $169/month, 39 months, $2738 due at signing

          Kia Soul EV (2016 and 2017) – $199/month, 39 months, $999 due at signing

          Mazda 3 4 door (2016)  – $159/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

          Mazda 3 4 door (2017)  – $169/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

          Mazda 3 5 door (2016) – $179/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

          Mazda 3 5 door (2017)  – $189/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

          Mazda CX-3  (2016 and 2017) – $199/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

          Mitsubishi Lancer (2016)  – $199/month, 36 months, $2498 due at signing

          Mitsubishi Lancer (2017)  – $189/month, 36 months, $2488 due at signing

Mitsubishi Mirage  – $159/month, 36 months, $3333 due at signing

Mitsubishi Mirage G4  – $179/month, 36 months, $3378 due at signing

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport ES 2WD (2016 and 2017) – $189/month, 36 months, $2888 due at signing

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport ES AWD (2016 and 2017)  – $189/month, 36 months, $3188 due at signing

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE 2WD  (2016) – $199/month, 36 months, $3198 due at signing

Mitsubishi Outlander Sport SE 2WD  (2017) – $199/month, 36 months, $2898 due at signing

Nissan Altima  – $189/month, 36 months, $2899 due at signing

Nissan LEAF  – $199/month, 36 months, $2799 due at signing

Nissan Rogue  – $199/month, 36 months, $3499 due at signing

Nissan Sentra  – $149/month, 36 months, $2399 due at signing

Smart Electric Drive Coupe  $139/month, 36 months, $1433 due at signing

Smart Electric Drive Coupe  $159/month, 24 months, $1463 due at signing

Smart Pure Coupe (2016) – $89/month, 36 months, $1983 due at signing

Smart Pure Coupe (2017) – $139/month, 36 months, $2033 due at signing

Subaru Impreza (2016)  – $175/month, 36 months, $1875 due at signing

Subaru Impreza (2017)  – $165/month, 36 months, $1885 due at signing

Subaru Legacy  – $175/month, 36 months, $2585 due at signing

Toyota Camry  – $199/month, 36 months, $3198 due at signing

Toyota Corolla  – $169/month, 36 months, $2868 due at signing

Toyota Corolla iM  – $199/month, 36 months, $2598 due at signing

Toyota Yaris iA  – $169/month, 36 months, $2568 due at signing

Volkswagen Jetta  – $179/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

Volkswagen Passat  – $199/month, 36 months, $1999 due at signing

Volkswagen Tiguan  – $199/month, 36 months, $2499 due at signing

Most of these deals are also available with no down payment, although the monthly payment will be a bit higher. However, you may still be required to pay official fees and taxes at the time of signing.

Credit is important

Understand that “fine print” details in these special lease deals all require that customers be “well qualified” which means having a good credit score — as well as a good steady income and no excessive debt. Therefore, it’s always a good idea to know your most recent credit score and review your personal credit report for errors before you visit a car dealer. Just so you know, checking your credit score and report does not affect your score. When a car dealer checks, it might affect your score, but only slightly, and multiple queries over a period of a few days only counts as one query.

You can now see your current credit report and FICO® score from Experian

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Don’t Forget About the Cost of Insurance

It’s easy to overlook the high cost of full-coverage insurance in all the excitement of leasing or buying a brand new car. It’s a fact that most people actually overpay for insurance simply because they haven’t checked for lower rates. The auto insurance business is very competitive right now, with multiple companies fighting for your business. So it pays to check for better rates at least twice a year. One of the best ways to get better rates is to find a company that has the most ways to qualify for discounts. One company we like is Esurance that has discounts that other companies don’t have. This alone can make the difference between rates at different companies.

Summary

Less expensive leases, those for $199 or less, are made possible by special limited-time offers from car manufacturers. These are genuinely good deals and worth automotive consumers’ consideration. If you decide to accept one of the deals, make sure you can live with the requirements of the deal, such as the mileage allowance and down payment.

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