5 of the Best Luxury SUV Lease Deals in October 2022

Here are a few stylish and affordable luxury SUVs offering discounted lease deals.

2022 Volvo XC60Volvo

Updated October 2022

Editorundefineds 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 own prices, lease programs, and financing deals.

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Luxury vehicles aren't only for high rollers, as proven by the impressive lease deals this month on several popular SUVs and crossovers. These deals are around $500 a month, with offers from Mercedes-Benz, Volvo, BMW, and Acura.

2022 Mercedes-Benz GLA250Mercedes-Benz

2022 Mercedes-Benz GLA250: $489 per month for 36 months and $3,933 down

The 2022 GLA250 is one of the more affordable luxury SUVs on the market, and leasing one this month will run you around $489 a month and $3,933 due at lease signing. This subcompact SUV uses a 221hp turbocharged four-cylinder engine that sends power to its front wheels. It's powerful enough to sprint from 0-60 mph in under seven seconds while delivering a 28-mpg combined estimate. Shoppers can jump into an all-wheel drive (AWD) GLA250 version for an additional $20 per month and an extra $270 down.

2022 Volvo XC60Volvo

2022 Volvo XC60: $515 per month for 36 months and $4,265 down

Small SUVs aren’t the only option for those on a budget, as seen by the lease offer on the 2022 XC60 B5 FWD Momentum. With a reasonably sized cabin and conservative exterior styling, the compact XC60 uses a turbocharged four-cylinder engine making 247hp but also manages an impressive 26-mpg combined estimate. The Volvo feels like a solid deal in a competitive market at $515 a month (or $535 with $4,285 due at signing for AWD models).

Blue Acura RDXAcura

2022 Acura RDX: $519 per month for 36 months and $6,299 down

If some deals feel like they’re holding out on you in terms of performance or features, then perhaps this 2022 RDX will be appealing. A $519 a month payment nets you a Super Handling AWD equipped RDX in Technology trim, which includes ambient lighting, sports seats, an upgraded sound system, and a navigation system. The compact RDX also comes with a standard 272hp turbocharged four-cylinder engine, making it feel like a sweet deal, so long as you can stomach the relatively high $6,299 down payment.

2021 Mercedes-Benz GLBMercedes-Benz

2022 Mercedes-Benz GLB250: $529 per month for 36 months and $4,323 down

The 2022 GLB250 is another option for shoppers on a budget, sporting a similar powertrain as the GLA, sliding between the GLA-Class and GLC-Class in size. The GLB is also a bit more practical than the GLA, with more interior space and optional third-row seating (that’s only suitable for kids.) For $4,323 upfront, front-wheel drive (FWD) models are available for $529 a month, there’s an additional $220 for AWD due at signing.

2023 BMW X2 sDrive28i: $529 per month for 36 months and $5,029 down

Like its Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class rival, the X2 is a subcompact SUV with a coupe-like profile. It’s not the biggest or most practical model on this list, but it’s efficient, fairly responsive, and fun to drive. The FWD sDrive28i model features a turbocharged four-cylinder engine with 228hp for $529 per month with just over $5,000 down. If you want traction at all four wheels, the xDrive28i trim is an extra $20 a month with $5,169 due at signing.

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Sami Haj-Assaad
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.