Acura Extends Sign and Drive Leases Through JanuaryBy Liz Opsitnik
Friday, Jan 14 2011 08:33
Acura is continuing its sign and drive lease incentives and low auto loan rates in January on most 2010 and 2011 vehicles.
The no money due at signing leases are available on the 2010 TSX and ZDX, as well as the 2011 RL, TL, MDX and RDX. The leases are all 36 months long and require no down payment, no security deposit, no first month's payment and nothing due at lease signing. You still have to pay tax, title and fees.
Monthly payments range from $330 to $620, depending on the model. A potential negative with this lease deal is that only 10,000 miles a year are included, while most three-year leases allow you to drive 12,000 miles a year.
Since there is no money required at lease signing, sign and drive leases have higher monthly payments. If you prefer lower monthly payments, Acura is also offering lease incentives with several thousand dollars due at signing. The same models available with the sign and drive lease incentive are also available in January for 36 months with anywhere from $2,499 to $3,499 due at signing. These lease payments range from $289 to $549.
The 2010 Acura ZDX can be leased for $570 a month through the sign and drive lease deal in January.
Low auto loan rates of 0.9 or 1.9 percent are also available on new Acura models in January. The 0.9 percent car loan rate is good for up to 36 months on the 2011 RL, MDX and RDX. For up to five years, the 0.9 percent auto loan rate is available on the 2010 RL, 2010 TSX and 2011 TL. The 1.9 percent car loan rate is good for auto loans up to 60 months on the 2011 RL, MDX and RDX.
These same discounted auto loan rates are also available for qualifying college graduates in January.
Incentives listed are for the southeast region. They may differ depending on where you live. Check Acura's site to find the incentives in your area.
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