It's only in the pilot stage in Atlanta.
New car leasing offers reasonable monthly payments, often with minimal down-payments. But they're not perfect and they're not for everyone.
General Motors' Chevrolet division starts offering countrywide $329 monthly leases for its Bolt electric vehicle.
The new Nissan Leaf will debut this September, with sales starting later in the year.
The offer is for a limited time only.
There are still around 6,000 first-generation Chevy Volts at dealers in the United States, and that means big incentives for buyers.
Chevy sold 920 Spark EVs last month in the two states where it's available. That's more than the 905 Volts sold nationwide. Thank a lower lease price and aggressive incentives.
You can lease an Aston Martin V12 Vantage S Coupe in the US for $1,900 thanks to a new deal the British brand has with Ally Financial. That's hardly cheap, but we have a way to possibly offset the cost.
Cars Direct says deals on the 2015 Chevy Volt include manufacturer rebates that have ballooned out to $2,500 and a lease-signing payment that's dropped to $500, down from $1,499.
Honda says it will drop the price of the Fit EV to $199 per month, but the deal is only good for used models or extending current leases.
A report from Edmunds put the average price of a used car in 2014 at $16,800, which is a record, and a 5.7-percent increase from 2013. It also found 1-year-old and 4-year-old cars showed gains at or near the average, while some vintages showed gains of up to 18.4 percent.
You know that sinking feeling you get in your stomach when you drive your brand-new car off the dealer lot and you know it just lost a huge chunk of value as soon as its tires hit the public roads? Yeah, well that feeling is about to sink even lower into the pit of your stomach.
If you've been saving money by sharing a car instead of buying your own, then maybe you have enough left over to go lease one. Because if there's anything that sharing a car should teach you, it's to want your own, right? We're confused, too.