Best Kia Lease Deals & Specials

Best Kia Car and SUV Lease Deals

Edmunds makes it easy to calculate lease rates for Kia cars and SUVs, and find great deals on leases near you.

You can even lease Kia models online through Edmunds. You can see lease specials from a local Kia dealer easily, and pick the right one for you. Then we'll walk you through the paperwork, so you can be sure there aren't any hidden charges or fees. You'll have the complete details and full transparency.

Leasing Kia cars is a great way to get your hands on Kia sedans, hatchbacks, and wagons.

Kia sedan leases have a lot to offer lessees. A 2020 Kia Forte lease or a 2020 Kia Rio lease offers a lot of value for Kia drivers.

For more practicality, nothing beats a bigger trunk. A 2018 Kia Rio lease is a great way to get that added practicality in a smaller vehicle than a big SUV.

Kia SUV models are popular for their added flexibility, and Kia SUV leases are one way to get a deal on your monthly payment. Save money by checking out lease offers near you on Kia SUVs like the 2020 Kia Sorento.

And if you need more seating, you can lease Kia SUVs with three rows of seating. The 2020 Kia Sorento offers seating for more than five people.

The 2020 Kia Sedona is also available for lease, and gives you more seating flexibility than a two-row SUV.

For well-qualified lessees, signing a lease can be a great financing alternative. Your Kia dealer can tell you about in-house financing options that may be advantageous. And you may not know it, but you can often get similar discounts on dealer stock when you purchase, so you won't be leaving any savings on the table. Remember that a lease deal you see on another site likely excludes taxes and fees, so make sure you do your math when evaluating other offers. The total price can also change if you're a low-mileage driver, or expect to drive excess miles over the typical 12,000 per year.



FAQ

According to Edmunds data, you can currently lease a 2020 Kia Soul LX for $266 a month with a down payment of $1,000. Leasing a 2020 Kia Forte GT-Line will cost $253 a month with the same $1,000 down. And with $1,000 to start, you can lease a 2020 Kia Soul LX for $247 a month. Note: Leasing costs can vary based on available inventory, seasonal specials, manufacturer deals and other incentives. These amounts do not include any additional fees or taxes. Learn more about Kia lease deals
Yes, you can negotiate a leasing deal on a new Kia. It just takes some legwork. Call, text or email the leasing department of local dealerships and ask for prices on the inventory you're interested in. Be sure to ask about the initial payment (or first payment) amount and any incentives, finance deals or specials. Also, be sure to inquire about taxes and dealer fees, if any. Your goal is to gather a handful of lease price quotes and get a feel for how the dealerships will treat you. From this point, you can either take the best deal or call other dealers and see if they can beat that price. If no one budges, you are at rock bottom. Also, make sure to ask for a price breakdown of the deal. A breakdown should include sales tax and finance charges and reveal any hidden fees. Doing so allows you to accurately compare a variety of leasing quotes. Learn more about Kia lease deals
As with many carmakers, extra mileage charges can vary from brand to brand and car to car. In some cases, the over-mileage charge can vary even on the same car within a brand, depending on the trim level.
These extra mileage charges are often determined by the manufacturer's suggested retail price (MSRP) of the auto: the higher the MSRP, the higher the charge. These charges can be as little as 10 cents a mile or as much as $1 a mile. The average charge is usually around 25 cents per mile. The best way to check the exact charge for the car you're considering is to visit the carmaker's website and read the fine print. If you signed a lease and forgot to check your over-mileage charge, take a look at your contract. It will be listed there. Learn more about Kia lease deals
Some lenders allow you to transfer a lease and others won't. Even among brands that do permit transfers, there is no clearly defined set of rules that can easily answer this question.
For example, some lenders will only allow transfers within the same state, within certain time frames, or under certain circumstances. If a bank does allow options for transfers, expect to pay a transfer fee. This bank fee can be as high as $600, depending on the lender. One thing that seems to be consistent across brands is that the person hoping to assume the lease will need to qualify under the lessor's (bank's) credit guidelines. The best way to know if you can potentially transfer a lease is to call the lender and ask. The dealership you're purchasing from may not know. Learn more about Kia lease deals
Buying out a Kia lease could be a good move for some people, especially if the automobile has a reasonable buyout (residual) price. A few questions to ask yourself:
Do I see myself driving this car for the next five years? If not, a lease buyout probably isn't right for you.
Is the car priced well for the market? This is an easy question to answer. Look up other automobiles like yours on the used-car market, and compare those prices to your residual amount. If the residual is significantly lower than similar pre-owned inventory for sale, you may have a good deal on your hands.
Will this automobile have a reasonable cost of ownership if I do buy it? Most leases end around the same time as the factory warranty. So if you're considering a buyout, it would be a good idea to take into account the long-term repair cost history of a brand before making a final decision.
While many shoppers base the buyout decision solely on the selling price, a smarter move is to factor in expected long-term costs. Remember, you'll be responsible for covering the costs of maintenance, parts and repairs if something goes wrong.
Edmunds has a tool that will help you anticipate the costs of maintaining a leased car that you buy out. It's called True Cost to Own (TCO), and it is free to use. TCO will give you a five-year breakdown of what you can expect the auto to cost you in terms of parts and repairs, upkeep, fuel and depreciation. Learn more about Kia lease deals
There are 17,848 matching car leasing deals for Kia models near you. Dealers near you have Kia models available from $145 a month to $831 a month for 36 months. Note: Leasing costs can vary based on available inventory, seasonal specials, deals, and other incentives. These amounts do not include any additional fees or taxes. Learn more about Kia lease deals
A key component of a good lease is a vehicle's long-term or residual value. The higher the projected residual value, the lower the car's lease payment usually will be.
While Kia model's residuals aren't low, they aren't especially high either. So leasing may still be a good idea, but the monthly payments may not be dramatically lower than what you'd pay if you were buying the car.
Before you lease a Kia, be sure to compare the lease payment to the purchase payment. If the monthly payment savings aren't significant, buying may make more sense. Learn more about Kia lease deals


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Dealer Notes
*BUY FOR $17,995!! Retail Purchase Only at this price! Vehicle not available for Special APR or leasing at this price. Must take delivery after 10152019. See Dorschel Kia for details. Prior sales excluded. Special expires 3312020
Terms of Lease:
Term of Lease:36 months
Due at Signing:$1,000
Miles Per Year:12,000
Dealer Notes
$2,852 off MSRP! IVTPriced below KBB Fair Purchase Price! 2940 CityHighway MPG Price includes: $1500 - Kia Customer Cash. Exp. 04302020
Terms of Lease:
Term of Lease:36 months
Due at Signing:$1,000
Miles Per Year:12,000
Dealer Notes
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Terms of Lease:
Term of Lease:36 months
Due at Signing:$1,000
Miles Per Year:12,000
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