Best Acura Deals & Lease Offers: November 2018

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Alex Bernstein is the Senior Pricing Analyst for CarsDirect.com. Each month he studies immense volumes of pricing and incentives data in search of trends that are useful to car shoppers. In the process, he often breaks industry news stories -- his analyses and insights have been featured on websites such as Automotive News, The Detroit News, Autoblog, The Truth About Cars and The Car Connection.

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Now that most of Acura's 2018 inventory has sold out, offers for buying & leasing a 2019 model have improved. For example, the TLX is now $10 cheaper to lease, starting at just $299/month. Alternatively, you can lease the recently-released 2019 ILX from as little as $239/month.

If you can still find one in stock, the 2018 ILX features over $5,700 in potential savings when leasing. As a result, Acura is able to advertise an extremely affordable lease starting at just $199/month. Or, finance one from as little as 0.9% APR for 36 months.

Offers listed here are available nationally and end January 2, 2019.

We think it's possible that Acura will introduce some sort of leasing bonus ahead of Black Friday, as well as updated offers in early December.

Top Acura Lease Deals & Incentives

Model Best Lease Deal Best Finance Deal Best Cash Incentive
Acura ILX
Acura ILX
Lease from $199/month Finance from 0.9%/36 months $500 College Grad/$750 Military Rebate
Acura TLX
Acura TLX
Lease from $299/month Finance from 1.9%/36 months $500 College Grad/$750 Military Rebate
Acura RDX
Acura RDX
Lease from $409/month Finance from 1.9%/36 months $1,000 Loyalty or Conquest Bonus when coming from '09 or newer Audi Q5 or Lexus RX
Acura MDX
Acura MDX
Lease from $439/month Finance from 1.9%/36 months $500 College Grad/$750 Military Rebate

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Insider Shopping Tips

Acura doesn't offer cash incentives like a lot of automakers. Instead, it gives dealers unadvertised incentives called dealer cash to discount vehicles without hurting its brand. In some cases, this can amount to thousands in potential savings.

These discounts can sometimes vary depending on vehicle trim, with greater savings on upgraded styles with Premium or Technology Packages. This helps explain why Acura leases tend to favor better-equipped configurations when it comes to value.

Acura sometimes offers loyalty discounts for current owners, as well as bonuses for those coming from a competitor. These are typically worth around $750 but availability varies month to month. Ads sometimes factor-in these discounts, so if you aren't eligible, actual prices may be higher.

Recent college grads may be eligible for the Acura College Graduate Program. It offers an additional $500 off most new vehicles, although you'll have to finance through Acura Financial Services in order to qualify.

, Senior Pricing Analyst

Alex Bernstein is the Senior Pricing Analyst for CarsDirect.com. Each month he studies immense volumes of pricing and incentives data in search of trends that are useful to car shoppers. In the process, he often breaks industry news stories -- his analyses and insights have been featured on websites such as Automotive News, The Detroit News, Autoblog, The Truth About Cars and The Car Connection.

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