$99 Lease Deal on Smart Car

smart fortwo lease dealYou know those cute little smart fortwo cars from Smart USA, owned by Mercedes-Benz.

You know the ones — the ones that get all the attention, can park just about anywhere, have unique styling and colors, get 38 miles per gallon, offer a ton of cool options, are very safe, and have plenty of room for two people.

The company offers essentially four different models including a convertible (cabriolet) and a limited-availability all-electric model.

At this time, October 2012, there are some incredible deals on the smart fortwo cars, including a $99/month lease deal and $199/month or less for two other models.

The $99 lease deal is for the lowest priced model, the 2013 smart pure coupe. The deal is $99/month for 36 months and $999 down payment. Previous best deals for this car were $159 to $169 month.

This model comes with standard 5-speed automated manual transmission, eight air bags, stability control, and more. In addition to the $999 cash required there is a standard $295 acquisition fee. You’ll also pay your first month’s payment of $99 at the time you lease.

This is the lowest lease price we’ve ever seen for a 36 month lease on a brand-new car.

The slightly more upscale 2013 smart passion coupe is being offered with an incredible $149/month lease, 36 months, $999 down payment and the 2013 smart passion cabriolet convertible is offered at $199/month, 36 months, $999 down payment.

All the smart car leases have a 10K miles/year mileage allowance. The deals expire on 10/31/2012.

All the smart fortwo vehicles are offered with a variety of options such as a premium sound system, navigation system, leather seats, heated seats, LED running lights, cruise control, and more.

If you don’t understand how car leasing works or don’t know if leasing is right for you, we suggest you visit http://LeaseGuide.com , our sister site, where you’ll find all the information and advice that you need.


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