Most cars lose their value as soon as you drive them off the lot. If you’re the type of person who likes to have a new car every few years, it doesn’t make sense to buy a new car because you will lose money on the trade in later. Leasing is a better value because it helps you to enjoy a new car with lower monthly payments.
Kia has some of the best values whether you are looking to buy or lease. Go to any Kia dealership and you will find a diverse selection of stylish vehicles at a price you can afford. Kia regularly comes in under cost compared to its primary rivals.
Leasing and financing terms always depend on your individual credit history and finances. However, you can be sure that you’ll get a better deal when you look at a Kia. Here are some top leasing deals you may qualify for on a 2015 Kia:
The Optima is the signature sedan in the Kia lineup. The sensible sedan has a sporty look and a roomy interior. The 2015 model gets upgrades like a touchscreen infotainment system, a darker interior and a more refined front end and tail. There is even a hybrid option that gets 36 mpg in the city and 40 mpg on the highway.
The Optima competes with models like the Ford Fusion, Mazda 6 and Hyundai Sonata, but it comes in under cost. Leasing deals depend on the Kia dealership you visit and the area where you live. In Miami, you may qualify for $189 a month on a 36-month lease, with $1,999 due at signing. You could pay $182 a month on a 24-month lease with the same amount due at signing.
You don’t have to spend big bucks on a Jeep Grand Cherokee or a Toyota Highlander. You can get all the style and luxury that these SUVs offer in a more affordable package: The Kia Sorento.
This beauty comes standard with perks like remote keyless entry, Bluetooth connectivity with steering wheel controls, and heated outside mirrors. Other trim levels come with a split third-row seat, roof rails, sound-absorbing windshield, heated seats, integrated sun shades, panoramic sunroof and power tailgate. The standard model has a 2.4-liter Inline4 engine that gets 191 horsepower and fuel economy of 20 mpg in the city and 27 mpg on the highway, but you can invest in a higher trim level for some more power and torque.
Leasing deals in Miami include $249 to $259 a month on a 36-month lease with $2,499 due at signing. To get the deal, you have to qualify for the $1,000 competitive bonus or owner loyalty bonus. For a 24-month lease, you could pay $245 to $257 a month with the same amount due at signing and the same qualification.
The Kia Sportage is similar to the Sorento, but it is a bit more affordable. You can buy a Sportage for about $4,000 less than the Sorento, depending on the options you choose. The Sportage compares to models like the Honda CRV and the Ford Escape.
Despite its lower price tag, the Sportage does not scrimp on features. It comes with perks like HID head lights, LED tail lights, e-services with voice activation (for phone calls, streaming music, and more), and power adjustable seats. The Sportage is powered by a 2.4-liter GDI engine that puts out 182 horsepower.
You may qualify for a lease offer in Miami of $219 to $229 a month for 36 months, with $1,999 due at signing. A 24-month lease goes for $217 to $229 a month with the same amount due at signing.
The Kia Cadenza offers a roomier and more luxurious ride than the Optima, giving buyers a more high-profile option. It’s in the same class as the Toyota Avalon and the Buick Lacrosse.
The Kia Cadenza comes with features like LED positioning lights, power folding mirrors, leather seats, heated steering wheel, panoramic sun roof, keyless entry, backup camera, and an infotainment system controlled by voice. The exterior is sleek and elegant, making it an ideal car for both families looking for a more stylish vehicle or for executives who are entertaining clients.
Leasing on the Cadenza is available for $319 a month for 36 months and $2,999 due at signing. Lessees must also qualify for the $1,000 competitive bonus or owner loyalty bonus. The 24-month lease is available for $307 per month.
The Kia Soul is boxy and proud. This is one of the most eye-catching Kia designs. The Soul is not for everyone, but those who love it absolutely love it. The Soul is similar to the Scion, but there’s not much else on the road that compares.
The Soul may seem purely utilitarian on the outside, but it is loaded with features that make it a fun and comfortable ride. The plush interior offers plenty of leg room, heated seats, a sun roof, mood lighting, and a mobile gadget lab that includes voice-activated controls. You’ll love driving the Soul.
Visit your local Kia dealership for offers like $189 a month on a 36-month lease with $1,999 due at signing. You might also be interested in the Soul EV for a more eco-friendly ride. The Soul EV has its own leasing offers, and you may qualify for tax credits for it.
The Kia Sedona is a cross between the Sorento and the Sportage. It looks more like a traditional minivan and is comparable to the Toyota Sienna and the Honda Odyssey. Like other Kia vehicles, it comes in at a much lower price than its competitors, with a starting price just over $26,000.
The Sedona has features like second-row lounge seating, slide and stow seats, power lift gate, dual sun roofs, three-zone climate control, sun shades, heated and ventilated seats, blind-spot detection monitoring, surround view, other monitoring systems, and voice-activated controls. This isn’t just another minivan — it’s a swagger wagon.
You can take advantage of lease offers in Miami like $259 a month for a 36-month lease with $2,599 due at signing. The 24-month lease is available for $239 a month. You have to qualify for the $1,000 competitive bonus or owner loyalty bonus to get the deal.
The Kia Rio is a modest sedan that is similar to the Ford Fiesta or Chevrolet Sonic. It appears unassuming, but it offers everything you need for a smooth and reliable ride. This subcompact has push button start, Bluetooth connectivity, a UVO infotainment system, comfortable seating, and more. It’s the perfect first car for a teenager or a safe choice for small families on a budget.
You can lease the Kia Rio for $179 a month for 36 months, with $1,999 due at signing.
Of course, all lease offers depend on the particular Kia dealership you visit and your own personal credit history. However, these offers give you an example of what you can expect when you apply for leasing on a new Kia model.
Stop by Miami Lakes Kia, Miami’s top Kia Dealership, to find out about our current lease offers on 2015 Kia models. We have a large selection of the newest models with some of the most advanced features. You can enjoy a stylish and comfortable ride in an affordable vehicle. You won’t have to feel guilty about your preference for a new car every few years. With a Kia, you can afford it.
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