U.S. News Outlines the Best Jeep lease Deals
You’ve been wanting to pick up one of the sweet rides in Jeep’s lineup for the longest. We don’t blame you, since everywhere you look, there’s a Cherokee, Gladiator, Wrangler, or some other Jeep rolling up to remind you that there’s nothing like the storied brand, and that you know you want to get with the program.
So, you’ve decided to lease one. Congratulations, as there’s not a bad Jeep to be had. However, you want to get a break on the sticker. Well, you’re in luck, as Jeep is presenting what it calls a Big Finish 2021 sales event that features lease, finance, and cash back deals for most of its 2021 models.
Keep reading, as U.S. News outlines the best Jeep lease deals out there.
Lease Deals for December
For most Jeep lease specials, we’re talking three-year terms and less than $4,000 down. Let’s look at the top offerings available.
The 2021 Jeep Cherokee Latitude Lux
With four-wheel drive, this vehicle has rad off-roading prowess. So, if prowling over rugged terrain is your thing, then you want to consider the Latitude LUX, which debuted this year. To complement exquisite off-road capability, a formidable turbocharged powerplant is available. What’s more, the Cherokee’s infotainment system, while impressive, is also user friendly. And with this model year, several driver assistance features are standard.
So, here’s the deal, which happens to be the one with the lowest monthly payment: $199 monthly for 39 months, and $3,999 down.
The 2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport
Ah, yes. The venerable Wrangler. Which, by the way, offers even more off-roading capabilities than the Latitude. In fact, this is where the ride truly shines, as you likely know. Here, you also get an intuitive infotainment system, spacious seating, and a range of potent turbocharged engines from which you can choose. Oh, and new for this year: an optional forward-facing off-road camera.
You can have one of these for $259 monthly for four years with $3,999 due at signing.
The 2021 Jeep Gladiator
With this compact pickup, you get more utility than you do with the Wrangler, and you won’t have to sacrifice much off-road capability. You also get an airy and comfortable interior plus user-friendly technical features, including the infotainment system. New for the model year is a turbodiesel engine.
So, what kind of deal are we talking? Well, if you plunk down $3,899, you’ll have monthly payments of $289 for three years.
The 2022 Jeep Compass
That’s right, a spanking new Compass -- a good-looking compact crossover that can excel off road and which features an upscale cabin to boot, with plenteous contemporary touches. For the model year, the Compass gets a revised front end, new dashboard design, and an innovative infotainment system.
As for Jeep lease deals, the offer here is $3,799 at signing for a 39 months with monthly payments of $299.
The 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee
You have two choices here, the first one being the model with two rows and rugged off-road capability, a strong engine lineup, and an intuitive infotainment system. The Laredo E version with rear-wheel drive can be leased for $388 for 39 months if you put $3,799 down.
Or you could pick up the all-new 2021 Grand Cherokee L with four-wheel drive, three rows, and a spiffed-up exterior design. You can lease the Laredo trim for $399 monthly for three years with $3,899 due up front.
Now that you have a U.S. News outline of the best Jeep lease deals out there, get going to avoid the rush. There’s no better time to sign off on one of these babies, and you have a strong field from which to choose.