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Find the best Chevrolet lease deals in New York City, New Jersey, Pennsylvania

We have offered excellent lease deals on cars in NYC for years. So if you are looking for the best price on a new Chevrolet vehicle, eAutolease is your one-stop destination. Expect the most exceptional deals with no down payment, hidden fees, or extra costs because we work directly with dealerships and multiple financial institutions.

From price negotiations to allotted driving miles and additional packages, we handle it all, making your leasing process quick and hassle-free. Exclusive access to marked-down Chevrolet leasing inventory allows us to offer the best car lease deals in the area.

As the most reliable leasing company, with a 5-star distinction from CARS.COM, we provide the most lucrative deals on an entire Chevy lineup with unbeatable prices, flexible lease lengths, and same-day delivery.

Save 10-15% OFF Chevrolet Car Leasing

Do you want to save even more? Try the Chevrolet DEMO program available in New York and New Jersey. Demos are new cars that have been driven by the dealership staff or used as test-drive vehicles by interested customers. They typically have hundreds to several thousand miles on them. It’s a great lease option for someone who wants to save money on their lease but doesn’t mind driving a car that has a few miles on it.

Chevrolet FAQ

How much is it to lease a Chevrolet?

A 2022 Chevrolet Camaro 1SS is now available for $741 a month with a $1,000 down payment. Additionally, you can lease a 2021 Chevrolet Tahoe RST for $945 a month with a $1,000 to start. Leasing a 2021 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 LT will cost $612 a month with the same down payment amount. The cost of leasing a car can be affected by available inventory, seasonal discounts, manufacturer deals, and other factors. Call us to learn about available discount programs, special offers, and rebates.


How does leasing a Chevrolet work?

When you lease a vehicle, you get to drive it for a set period, and there are mileage limits and maintenance guidelines. You make an initial payment, followed by fixed monthly payments for the duration of your contract. The primary advantage of leasing is that it’s less expensive on a monthly basis than buying. When your lease expires, you can purchase the car, return it to us, or lease a new one.


Can you lease a Chevrolet with no money down?

Unlike other dealerships that advertise leases with a down payment amount in the footnote, we offer the same cars with a $0 down payment lease. So, what’s the catch? All interest charges are included in the upfront lease price. However, to lease a vehicle with zero down, you need to have a good credit score. The typical minimum credit score is 620, but 680 is considered ideal.


Is it worth buying out a new Chevrolet lease?

Buying out a new Chevrolet lease can be worth it, especially if the car has a reasonable buyout (residual) price. A lease buyout is an option if you see yourself driving this car for the next five years.

Look up other cars like yours on the used-car market and compare their prices to your residual amount to see if the car is priced well. If the residual is significantly lower than similar pre-owned inventory for sale, you may have a good deal on your hands.

If you’re considering a buyout, take into account the long-term repair cost history of a brand before making a final decision. Keep in mind, you’ll be responsible for covering the cost of maintenance, parts, and repairs if something goes wrong.


How much does Chevrolet charge for extra miles on a lease?

Chevrolet charges $.25 per each mile driven in excess of the mileage allowance.


Can you extend your Chevy lease?

If you want to keep your Chevrolet lease longer than your lease term, you can simply call us and let us know. Due to the COVID pandemic, we are offering month-to-month lease extensions for no extra charge. There will be no additional fees added to your monthly lease payment.


Can you turn in your Chevrolet lease early?

You can turn in your vehicle early if you wish. However, depending on your lease terms, you may be charged an early termination fee.


Can you transfer your Chevrolet lease?

Yes. To transfer your lease, you must start a lease assumption process with another person. A new contract typically takes 3-5 business days to process, and both you and the assuming lessee will receive a confirmation via mail or phone call.


Financing options

Our leasing experts can help you with financing by getting you a loan with a low-interest rate. This lowers your monthly payments, allowing you to afford a better vehicle than you might have expected without breaking the bank.


Why choose Chevrolet

Chevrolet, referred to as just Chevy, is a division of the American car brand General Motors (GM). Chevrolet cars are made worldwide and are considered one of the most reliable and safe to lease. They are built to be durable and equipped with cutting-edge technology, making them an excellent choice for both experienced drivers and first-time car buyers.


A Brief History of Chevrolet

Louis Chevrolet was a Swiss race car driver and automotive engineer. In 1911, he formed the Chevrolet Motor Company with William C. Durant. They set up in Detroit with the help of a few hopeful investors. The 1914 Royal Mail roadster and the Baby Grand touring car were the first notable Chevrolet vehicles.

But it wasn’t long before Louis Chevrolet and William Durant parted ways. They had contrary opinions on pricing and design. Durant was interested in developing vehicles for the average driver, whereas Chevrolet was set on producing luxury cars. As a result of these disagreements, Chevrolet sold his shares of the auto company to Durant, but the company kept the race-car driver’s name.

Durant was ready to compete against the industry’s other big names by 1916. Matter of fact, the 1916 Chevrolet Four-Ninety was an attempt to compete with the Ford® Model T. Chevrolet was thriving by this point, with plants all over the country, including Flint and New York City. Durant was eventually able to buy General Motors stock and was appointed GM president in 1917. Chevrolet was later merged into the GM company as its division.

Chevrolet was constantly competing against Ford from the 1920s to the 1940s. When Chrysler introduced the Plymouth in 1928, the three companies were labeled the “low-priced three.” Chevrolet had a strong influence on the American automobile market in the 1950s and 1960s, which was greatly increased by introducing the Corvette in 1953. It’s no wonder that the Chevy is still one of America’s most popular cars.


Help with leasing a Chevrolet

Our leasing experts are committed to providing excellent service. They’ll gladly assist you with filling out the credit application, arranging financing, and choosing a vehicle. They’ll also deliver the car to your home or business, making leasing through eAutoLease.com the safest, most enjoyable, and affordable way to lease a vehicle.

Please contact us today, and we will assist you in leasing the car of your dreams.

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