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The Cheapest Lease Deals in October

U.S. News & World Report - Cars Logo By George Kennedy of U.S. News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 10: <p>2018 might be several months off, but the automotive world operates by a different calendar. Around this time, you start to see the vehicles for the upcoming model year, and so the 2018 cars are starting to hit dealers.</p><p>To make room for this incoming inventory, dealers often get aggressive with offers and incentives to move the old inventory off the lot and make room for fresh products. That means that if you are in the market for a great lease deal, October could be your month.</p><p>$129 a month for a <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/honda/fit/2017">Honda Fit</a> is a great deal, and so is $149 a month for the <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/honda/civic/2017">Honda Civic</a>. But if you want to truly downsize your monthly payment, both the <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/kia/forte/2017">Kia Forte</a> and <a href="https://cars.usnews.com/cars-trucks/volkswagen/jetta/2017">Volkswagen Jetta</a> are being offered for just $109 a month.</p><p>Deals vary by region, dealer, time of year, and your own credit rating. Some offers may be for “well-qualified” lessees, or might only be offered in one region. Call ahead to a dealer to make sure the deal is still being offered. Read on, and let us help you find a budget-friendly lease deal for you.</p>

Here Are Some of the Cheapest Leases on the Market This October

2018 might be several months off, but the automotive world operates by a different calendar. Around this time, you start to see the vehicles for the upcoming model year, and so the 2018 cars are starting to hit dealers.

To make room for this incoming inventory, dealers often get aggressive with offers and incentives to move the old inventory off the lot and make room for fresh products. That means that if you are in the market for a great lease deal, October could be your month.

$129 a month for a Honda Fit is a great deal, and so is $149 a month for the Honda Civic. But if you want to truly downsize your monthly payment, both the Kia Forte and Volkswagen Jetta are being offered for just $109 a month.

Deals vary by region, dealer, time of year, and your own credit rating. Some offers may be for “well-qualified” lessees, or might only be offered in one region. Call ahead to a dealer to make sure the deal is still being offered. Read on, and let us help you find a budget-friendly lease deal for you.

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