5 of the Best Truck Lease Deals in October 2022
You can explore the outdoors in a new truck without breaking the bank.
Pickup trucks are in hot demand but finding an attractive lease deal isn’t impossible, especially as dealers clear out inventory from the previous model year. The best truck lease deals in October 2022 include city-friendly models like the Ford Maverick and full-size trucks such as the Ram 1500 Classic.
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 Ford Maverick XLT: $306 per month for 48 months with $2,901 down
Built on a car-derived unibody platform, the Ford Maverick is an excellent option for drivers who need a practical light-duty truck with a relatively small footprint. Ford offers an attractive lease deal on the midrange XLT and range-topping Lariat trim levels through October 31: You can lease an XLT for $306 per month or take home a Lariat for $356 per month—however, the Lariat would require a higher down payment as well. Both are front-wheel drive and powered by a hybrid powertrain built around a 2.5L four-cylinder engine, which is rated by the EPA to get a combined 37 mpg. The Lariat comes equipped with features like a power-adjustable driver’s seat, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and ActiveX upholstery, a synthetic material.
2023 Ford Ranger XLT: $379 per month for 48 months with $3,575 down
The current-generation Ranger has been on sale quite a while without a full redesign, so good deals are becoming easier to find. Qualified lessees can lease a midrange XLT model for $379 per month through October 31. It’s equipped with the EcoBoost 2.3L four-cylinder engine and rear-wheel drive. If you can live with a more basic truck, Ford also offers a $333 per month lease on the base Ranger XL, however the required minimum down payment would be different than for the XLT. If you need more features and want a spiffier-looking exterior design, leasing a Ranger Lariat costs $425 per month.
2022 Nissan Frontier SV Crew Cab: $255 per month for 18 months with $2,399 down
Released for the 2022 model year, the current-generation Frontier is one of the newest members of its segment. Nissan is already offering attractive lease deals: You can lease a Frontier SV Crew Cab for $255 per month for 18 months through October 31. The offer corresponds to a four-wheel-drive model equipped with the Technology Package that bundles electronic driving aids like adaptive cruise control.
2022 Ram 1500 Classic: $415 per month for 42 months with $3,825 down
The last-generation Ram 1500 remains in production as a cheaper and more basic alternative to the truck that replaced it. While it lacks some of its successor’s technology features, it’s a competent pickup built with tried-and-true components, and you can lease one for $415 per month through October 31. The offer applies to a rear-wheel-drive Warlock model equipped with a Quad Cab and a six-foot-four cargo box.
2022 Toyota Tacoma TRD Sport: $389 per month for 36 months with $2,999 down
The Toyota Tacoma isn’t the newest entry into the midsize truck segment, but it’s the best-seller because it ticks a lot of the right boxes: It’s off-road capable, has a reputation for dependability, and is offered in a wide selection of configurations. You can lease a Tacoma for $389 per month through October 31. For the money, you get a rear-wheel-drive TRD Sport Access Cab model with a V6 engine, an automatic transmission, and a six-foot bed. The lease also includes the Toyota Care maintenance plan and free roadside assistance.