While most automobile segments are exploding in 2015, midsize sedans are lagging a bit off their 2014 pace. It’s becoming a crossover SUV world more and more every year in America, and the tale of the tape continues to prove that.
Instead of mourning the death of family cars build relatively close to the ground, consumers should take the opportunity to capitalize on deals automakers are offering for their midsize stalwarts. According to the research company iSeeCars, there are many attractive lease deals available across the board in November.
For those in the market for a classic midsize sedan, some of the best cars in the segment have specially priced leases up for grabs at the end of 2015. Here are the three best deals out there. Due to media constraints, photos of vehicles may differ slightly from the trim offered in the deal.
1. 2016 Mazda6
For a car lavished in praise by owners and auto critics alike, the Mazda6 gets relatively little love on the U.S. market. Maybe an economy of 40 miles per gallon and a responsiveness that’s uncommon in Japanese sedans just doesn’t appeal to drivers anymore. Consumers who actually are ready to act on a 2016 Mazda6 with sport automatic transmission (38 miles per gallon) have until January 4 to get one at $239 per month (39 months) with $0 down payment, $0 security deposit, and a $0 first month’s payment.
2. 2016 Honda Accord
The Honda Accord is a perennial smash hit, yet sales are actually down 11% in the U.S. through October 2015 compared to last year. It looks like the automaker won’t let that trend stand with a new offer on the Accord Sedan CVT LX at $199 per month (39 months) with $1,999 due at signing. Opt for the $250 per month and the total cost will go up a bit but you can skip the first month’s payment and pay $0 down. You have until January 4 to take advantage of these deals.
3. 2015 Hyundai Sonata
In terms of cost versus bang for the buck, lease deals on the 2015 Sonata may be best of the bunch here, but they also expire the quickest. Pick up a model in the SE trim before November 30, and you pay $179 per month (36 months) with $1,499 due at signing and $0 security deposit. Trade in a leased Hyundai and you can knock another $500 off the price through the brand’s loyalty program. The net capitalized cost for the car under this deal is a ridiculously low $17,733.
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