The ongoing materials shortage and rising demand have forced many automakers across the globe to increase the price of their vehicles. According to KBB, the average price of new vehicles has increased to a second all-time high of $47,148 in May 2022, only behind December 2021 at $47,202. Typically, all automakers have increased prices across their entire range.
Lincoln cars are not left out. This American maker of bold and luxurious SUVs has significantly increased the retail price of their offerings. As a matter of fact, over the past couple of years, the MSRP of new models of Lincoln cars has seen a significant rise, with most dealers selling above the sticker prices. This has undoubtedly affected the lease price of a new Lincoln model. Nevertheless, VIP Auto is always here to give you the lowest possible lease prices on any new Lincoln model.
If you’re looking to lease a new Lincoln SUV today, below are the current MSRP and average lease prices.
If you want a compact SUV that packs the typical Lincoln extravagance styling, bold design, and luxe amenities at affordable pricing, leasing the Corsair is the deal. This well-refined compact SUV can be yours for about $615 per month for 36 months. When it debuted in the 2020 Lincoln lineup, its starting MSRP was $35,945. This price remained the same in 2021 before jumping to $37,775 this year.
Miss the days of the Lincoln sedans? Perhaps leasing the Nautilus will help you feel what it means to drive a Lincoln Continental or MKZ. This comfy two-row luxury midsize SUV can be yours for about $659 per month for 36 months. This luxury SUV has had its fair share of price hikes, from 2019’s starting MSRP of $40,340 to 2020’s price of $41,040, 2021’s $41,940, and finally, the current MSRP of $45,285.
If you need all the desirable traits of the brand’s flagship SUV, Navigator, in a smaller pack, leasing the Aviator is easily your best bet. Whether it’s three-row of space, handsome styling, or a posh ride you’re looking for, you can lease the Aviator for $899 per month for 36 months and enjoy it all. Like other Lincoln models, the Aviator has witnessed a price hike from the 2020 and 2021 starting MSRP of $51,100 to the 2022 price of $52,975.
You can lease Lincoln’s largest and grandest SUV, the Navigator, for an average of $1,465 per month for 36 months. The Navigator’s starting MSRP moved from 2019’s $73,205, $76,185 (in 2020 and 2021) and this year’s $79,330.
Regardless of the recent hike in MSRP prices of a new Lincoln and increasing average lease per month price, leasing with VIP Auto Lease will give you an unbeatable lease price. Contact us at 1204 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10305 https://viplease.com/.