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5 of the Best New Car Lease Deals You Can Find in October 2019


October 4, 2019 Cars By

As Dane Cook once noted ad nauseam, there’s only one October. With the 2019 model year drawing to a close and automobile dealers clearing out inventory like nobody’s business, it’s a good time to score a deal on a new car lease — especially if you don’t need to rack up too many miles per year.

Here are five of the best new car lease deals you can find in the United States as of October 2019.

Toyota Tacoma – $229/mo.

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Let the Toyota Tacoma’s insane resale value work for you. For 2019 model year models, you can lease the middle-tier SR5 trim Tacoma with a double cab and the bigger V6 engine for just $229 per month with $3,499 at signing.

Lexus GX 460 – $439/mo.

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The Lexus GX 460 (also known as the Toyota Land Cruiser Prado in other markets) is a body-on-frame off-roading beast. You can lease the outgoing 2019 model, with a sticker price nearing $60,000, for $439 per month with $3,999 due at signing. The deal expires Nov. 4.

Jeep Compass – $199/mo.

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The Jeep Compass has improved its appearance in recent years, and it’s quite affordable. Jeep has a lease offer on it through the end of October. You can get an upper-level Limited 4×4 trim of the 2019 Compass for $199 per month on a 36-month lease with $3,725 at signing.

BMW i8 Coupe – $1,019/mo.

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The plug-in hybrid BMW i8 is a now-antiquated vision of the future. But it’s still a cool-looking BMW, and the company is eager to lease one to you. Through the end of October, you can score an i8 Coupe for $1,019 per month on a 36-month lease with $7,944 due at signing. For a $150,000-plus sports car, that’s a solid deal.

Chrysler Pacifica – $299/mo.

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Moving to minivan-life is a transition, but it need not be a terrible one. Chrysler has a lease deal on the top-tier Limited trim of 2019 Pacifica minivans: $299 per month with $4,127 due at signing for a 36-month lease.

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