3 of the Best Luxury Car Lease Deals in November, 2022
These new cars offer style, high-end cabins, responsive powertrains, and low monthly lease payments.
By Sami Haj-Assaad Nov 9, 2022
It's the final quarter of 2022, and the luxury car bargains are ramping up, with a few lease options sliding in between $399 and $549 a month. Among these deals are the new Acura Integra, BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe, and Volvo S60.
Editor’s note: For consistency, Capital One sought out currently advertised offers using a Southern California ZIP code. Southern California is the country's largest new-car market, and it is not served by independent distributors that may set their prices, lease programs, and financing deals.
2023 Acura Integra: $399 per month for 36 months, $2,999 due at signing
The Integra is back, and with it comes a sweet lease deal of $399 a month if you opt for the A-Spec trim with the continuously variable automatic transmission. Another beautiful part of this offer is the low down payment, with Acura asking just under $3,000 at signing. A sporty compact with premium appointments, the new Integra compact hatchback should appeal to those hoping to step up from a Honda Civic.
2023 BMW 228i Gran Coupe: $469 per month for 36 months, $4,569 due at signing
If a BMW is more your speed, you’ll be happy to know you can lease the 2 Series Gran Coupe subcompact sedan for $469 monthly. With the 2 Series Gran Coupe you get a 228-hp, turbocharged, four-cylinder engine. You can also upgrade to all-wheel drive (AWD) for just $20 more per month with a $4,869 down payment.
2022 Volvo S60: $549 per month for 36 months, $3,849 due at signing
The S60 doesn’t get as much attention as other compact sport sedans like the BMW 3 Series or Mercedes C-Class, but this Volvo’s relative rarity will help you stand out amid the relative Benz and Bimmer ubiquity. At $549 per month with $3,849 due at signing, the S60 is a rather attractive proposition for a compact luxury car that can hold its head high among the Acura and BMW luxury subcompacts elsewhere on this list. The larger Volvo also features a powerful and efficient drivetrain with a 247-hp, turbo four-cylinder that returns a 30-mpg combined estimate, making the S60 as efficient as the smaller cars on this list.
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Sami Haj-Assaad is an award-winning automotive journalist who has contributed to several automotive, electric vehicle, luxury lifestyle, and technology publications. His work isn't just limited to the written word, as he's also hosted YouTube videos and podcasts. Having grown up in the '90s, he has a strong sense of attachment to that era's style, though he also loves to geek out about the modern, futuristic tech and powertrains rolling out today.