Jeep Lease Deals, Financing Incentives & Rebates: October 2021

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Cristyn is a member of CarsDirect's Socal-based team of pricing and incentive experts helping uncover must-know insights for car shoppers. A native of Bakersfield, California, Cristyn has a degree in Liberal Arts from Santa Monica College, with over 10 years of experience in the areas of research and data analysis.


, Automotive Contributor - October 8, 2021

Jeep continues to offer some of the best rebates on specific trims in their SUV lineup, going into October. This month's offerings still include up to $5,000 in savings on the popular Grand Cherokee. However, it may be a better deal to finance at 0% APR since Jeep is still allowing a $4,250 Bonus Cash incentive to be combined with a loan through Chrysler Capital. This is something to carefully consider based on your region and other factors.

Although lease terms are 42 months on most models, the cheapest Jeep leases will keep you under $400/month, with the Renegade taking the lead at an effective cost of $370/month, and the Wrangler Unlimited at an effective cost of $385/month. October also proves to be a good time to lease a Gladiator.

The offers listed here are available in California through November 1. Jeep incentives can vary depending on region but expect to see similar deals elsewhere, too. We update this page on a monthly basis, so check back for possible changes.

Model Best Jeep Lease Deal Best Jeep Financing Deal Best Jeep Rebate
Jeep Renegade
Jeep Renegade
Lease from $280/month 0% APR for 48 months + $500 Bonus Up to $2,250
Jeep Compass
Jeep New Compass
Lease from $398/month See dealer for local APR offers See dealer for local rebate offers
Jeep Grand Cherokee
Lease from $215/month 0% APR for 48 months + $4,250 Bonus Up to $5,000
Jeep Gladiator
Jeep Gladiator
Lease from $304/month 0% APR for 36 months Up to $1,000
Jeep Wrangler Unlimited
Jeep Wrangler
Lease from $291/month See dealer for local APR offers See dealer for local rebate offers

See the full Jeep lineup »

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Must-Know Advice For Jeep Buyers

Where the best deals are. Jeeps often feature a nice array of cashback, finance, and lease offers. However, the best deals often favor purchase and loan offers through Chrysler Financial. Although there's often a variety of lease options, poor residual values can make some Jeeps exceptionally bad to lease.

Jeep SUVs with the largest discounts are typically the Cherokee and Grand Cherokee, with a mix of rebates and financing incentives. In many cases, you may have to choose between 0% APR and cashback offers, so be sure to weigh your options carefully.

What's a standalone offer, anyway? Jeep has been increasingly offering so-called standalone offers involving 0% financing for up to 84 months. However, as the name implies, the offers can't be combined with other incentives. As a result, you could be giving up hefty rebates. Compare your options carefully.

Help for those with bad credit. If you have less-than-perfect credit, there are dealers that can help you get financed. However, it's also worth noting that Chrysler Capital actually offers extra rebates for those with a FICO score under 620. In some cases, these incentives can be worth over $1,000 in addition to other offers.

Employee discounts for everyone? We occasionally see "Employee Pricing for All" on select models. In the case of a Jeep Gladiator, that can translate to over $5,000 in savings. However, unlike actual employee pricing, there can be limitations like only allowing you to get the discount when buying rather than leasing.

Holiday discounts. Holidays can be a good opportunity to enjoy special savings in the form of bonus cash worth up to $1,000. Chrysler Capital also tends to offer up to $1,000 in bonus cash simply for taking out a loan and lease incentives that reward you for switching brands.

Thinking of buying a base model? You may want to think again. We often find that Jeep's best discounts are for well-equipped trims. In some cases, you may even find that a more expensive trim is cheaper to lease than one with a lower MSRP.

Not like every other truck. While big discounts on trucks are common these days, the Gladiator is somewhat of an exception. Gladiator lease prices have seen ups and downs since the model's introduction. Even when we do see discounts, they tend to exclude better-equipped styles like the Rubicon and Mojave Editions.

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, Automotive Contributor

Cristyn is a member of CarsDirect's Socal-based team of pricing and incentive experts helping uncover must-know insights for car shoppers. A native of Bakersfield, California, Cristyn has a degree in Liberal Arts from Santa Monica College, with over 10 years of experience in the areas of research and data analysis.


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