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Best Lease Deals With No Money Down [August Edition]

Best lease deals with zero down

Best lease deals with zero downOne advantage of leasing a vehicle is that it generally requires a lower initial investment compared to buying. You can save even more by taking advantage of a zero down payment deal.

Also, by paying a low or no down payment, you lose nothing if the leased vehicle is stolen or totaled in the first few months.

Below we share our picks for the best lease offers with no upfront payment.

Read: How do zero down leases work?

Best Lease Deals With Zero Down Payment (or Low Payment)

Here's our picks for the best zero down lease deals this month. We also included a few lease offers with very low down payments as well. Most of these specials are available until the end of the month.

YearMakeModelLease OffersExpiration
2020SubaruImpreza$249/month for 36 months, $0 due at signing7/31/20
2020HondaPilot$390/month for 36 months, $0 due at signing8/31/20
2020HondaCivic$250/month for 36 months, $0 due at signing8/31/20
2020NissanArmada$691/month for 36 months, $691 due at signing8/3/20
2020ChevroletEquinox$268/month for 39 months, $0 due at signing8/3/20

Cheapest Car to Lease No Money Down

A few zero down deals happen to be on some of the most affordable cars on the market. This combination means a low upfront cost and low monthly payments. Check out our picks for the cheapest car to lease with no money down.

YearMakeModelLease OffersExpiration
2020ChevroletTrax$217/month for 39 months, $0 due at signing8/31/20
2020HondaFit$220/month for 36 months, $0 due at signing8/31/20
2020SubaruImpreza$239/month for 36 months, $0 due at signing8/31/20
2020HondaCivic$250/month for 36 months, $0 due at signing8/31/20
2020ChevroletEquinox$268/month for 39 months, $0 due at signing8/31/20

Frequently Asked Questions


Yes, manufacturers are offering a variety of zero down lease deals right now. And sometimes you can negotiate zero down for other models if you have good credit.  See our picks for the best zero down lease deals.

Many popular manufacturers like Honda, Hyundai, and Nissan periodically offer lease deals with no down payment required. Manufacturers consistently release deals each month that have zero or very low due at signing amounts.  See our picks for the best zero down lease deals.

Lease terms are typically negotiable so you can sometimes ask a car dealer to transfer your down payment into higher monthly payments.  Learn more about how to negotiate a lease.

One of the main advantages of leasing is the low up-front costs, but keep in mind that a zero down lease will raise your monthly payment since you are not pre-paying some of the lease obligation. See our picks for the best zero down lease deals.

The due at signing amount typically consists of the first month’s payment, security deposit, acquisition fee, and any state taxes. It’s important to read the details before leasing, even with advertised $0 down there may be applicable taxes and fees. Learn how zero down leases work.

With some exceptions, the typical minimum credit score to lease a car is 620. However, unless your credit score is over 680, you will not qualify for the best lease deals.