These days car buyers are overwhelmed, not only by the multitude of available cars and configurations but also by the number of payment choices. Leasing is becoming an ever more attractive option, but it can be confusing for first-time lessees.
Leasing is most attractive for clients who only plan to keep the vehicle for a short period of time. There are a number of reasons why this makes sense—many car buyers value the latest safety and tech features in their vehicles, enjoy the prestige of driving a newer car or just enjoy the fun of driving something new every few years. Additionally, many brands will offer incentives to make leasing a strong financial choice.
This post examines which brands Cartelligent clients tend to lease most often.
10. Lexus (63% Leased)
Lexus clients often choose to lease the RX, NX, and ES (shown).
10. Jeep (64% Leased)
The Jeep Cherokee, Grand Cherokee (shown), and Wrangler are among our most leased Jeep models.
9. Hyundai (65 % Leased)
Cartelligent clients most often opt to lease the Hyundai Elantra, Santa Fe (shown), and Sonata.
7. Volvo (66% Leased)
Our most-leased Volvos include the V90, XC40 (shown), XC60, and XC90.
6. Mercedes-Benz (67% Leased)
Most-leased Mercedez-Benz models include the GLS-Class, GLE-Class, C-Class (shown) and CLA-Class.
5. MINI (70% Leased)
Cartelligent clients often opt to lease the MINI Clubman, Countryman, Convertible (shown) and Hardtop.
4. Alfa-Romeo (71% Leased)
The Giulia and Stelvio (shown) are most often leased by Cartelligent clients.
3. BMW (72% Leased)
The 3 series, 5 series, X1, X3 (shown) and X5 are among the BMW models our clients most often choose to lease.
2. Land Rover (73% Leased)
Cartelligent clients prefer to lease the Discovery, Range Rover Velar, Range Rover Evoque (shown), and Range Rover Sport.
1. Audi (75% Leased)
Most leased Audis include the A4, A6, A3 Sportback e-tron, and Q3, Q5 and Q7. The new e-tron SUV is shown above.