Hyundai makes what we like to call “premium non-luxury cars” with an irresistible value proposition, edgy designs, and fuel-efficient powertrains. Hyundai lease deals offer sensational fully-electric models like the stunning EV6 crossover that has effortlessly clinched some top awards since its debut. The Largest Hyundai is the three-row Palisade which is just as good as the segment-leading KIA Telluride. Hyundai also makes some serious performers bearing the N badge. These models boast enhanced engines, eager handling, and spirited acceleration. Here are some Hyundai cars you can lease below $500.
The Hyundai Elantra is a small car with a portfolio that will impress any compact sedan lover. Asides from its controversial styling, the Elantra impresses on virtually every side, especially when it comes to fuel-efficient powertrains.
It carries out the duties of a daily driver seamlessly and offers high-end creature comforts when necessary. The Elantra offers three engine options: a standard 147-hp 2.0-liter four-cylinder, a 1.6-liter turbo-four that powers the N Line model, and a fuel-stingy hybrid that makes 139 hp and 195 lb-ft of torque. The standard engine hooks up to a CVT, while the other setups feature a dual-clutch automatic. The compact Hyundai starts from $22,065, but you can lease an Elantra from us for $333 monthly.
Second on our list is yet another Hyundai with dramatic styling but a superb value proposition. The Hyundai Kona is highly rated when stacked up against fellow subcompact crossovers. It offers quite a lot for its budget-friendly price, including an optional turbocharged engine and features like an intuitive 10.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, heated front seats, an 8-speaker Harman Kardon system, etc. The 2023 Kona offers two engine options: a 147-hp four-cylinder and a 195-hp turbocharged four-cylinder. The subcompact crossover’s MSRP starts at $22,140, but you can still lease the latest Kona from us starting at $360 monthly.
The Sonata is a well-rounded family sedan with a look-at-me design, impressive fuel economy, and outstanding value for money. The Sonata offers fantastic features; even its entry-level model gets an extensive suite of high-tech features and equipment.
The mid-size Hyundai can be had with different engines, but we recommend the hybrid for shoppers seeking heightened fuel economy. The Sonata hybrid mixes a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with an electric motor to make a combined 192 hp.
The hybrid has an outstanding EPA rating as high as 50 mpg in the city and 54 mpg for highway driving. The 2023 Sonata hybrid starts from $26,350, but you can lease this gas-electric Hyundai for $476 monthly.
VIP Auto Lease remains the best place to secure any Hyundai model at incredibly low prices. Contact us now at VIP Auto Lease, 1204 Hylan Blvd, Staten Island, NY 10305. 718-477-7888 https://viplease.com; let’s deliver your chosen car to your driveway in record time.