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The Cheapest Lease Deals in May 2018

U.S. News & World Report - Cars Logo By George Kennedy of U.S. News & World Report - Cars | Slide 1 of 13: Leases are a sensible way to get the keys to a new car. Most are only for three years, and many have no-cost maintenance programs.If you are committed to a budget, there are deals to be had. Almost every lease here is for less than $150 a month, ensuring you can stay within budget.Note that leases have either annual or total mileage limitations, and the lessee will be charged a fee (usually 15 to 20 cents) for every mile over that number. Leases also vary by region, and all have an expiration date, so be sure to check with your local dealer to make sure it is still available.Check out the cheapest leases offered by manufacturers on the following slides.This slideshow covers lease offers. If you are looking for the best purchase deal (financing and cash back), click here.

Get Cheap Lease Deals This Spring

Leases are a sensible way to get the keys to a new car. Most are only for three years, and many have no-cost maintenance programs.

If you are committed to a budget, there are deals to be had. Almost every lease here is for less than $150 a month, ensuring you can stay within budget.

Note that leases have either annual or total mileage limitations, and the lessee will be charged a fee (usually 15 to 20 cents) for every mile over that number. Leases also vary by region, and all have an expiration date, so be sure to check with your local dealer to make sure it is still available.

Check out the cheapest leases offered by manufacturers on the following slides.

This slideshow covers lease offers. If you are looking for the best purchase deal (financing and cash back), click here.

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