So, you do love your Jeeps, and it’s your intention to lease a spanking new one. But in this lingering inflationary economy, you’d like to be as prudent as possible. The question then becomes, which Jeep is the cheapest to lease? Well, let’s look at the latest deals out there.
There’s a Jeep Celebration event going on in June that features incentive deals that include monthly lease payments ranging from $328 to $490. There are also lease specials that call for under $4,000 upon signing,
2022 Jeep Wrangler
Look at what’s being offered for the legendary and always popular Wrangler: you pay $331 monthly for 39 months for the 2022 Wrangler Unlimited Sport, with $3,995 due at signing. This model features engine choices including a 2.0-liter four-cylinder, a 3.0-liter V6 diesel, or a 3.6-liter V6, mated to either an eight-speed automatic transmission or six-speed manual.
You can also get the 2022 Wrangler Sahara 4xe for $399 monthly and $3,999 down. The hybrid offers terrific fuel economy and has a turbocharged four-cylinder engine and plug-in combo. The Sahara is the entry-level 4xe.
2022 Jeep Cherokee Trailhawk
This ride also goes off-road; you can drive it for three years for $4,199 upfront and $369 monthly. In addition to its formidable off-road prowess, the Cherokee offers intuitive technology, a bunch of standard features, and an optional sprightly turbocharged powerplant. While all four-wheel drive Cherokee models come with the Selec-Terrain traction management system, only the Trailhawk trim has Rock mode.
2022 Gladiator Sport
Here are more Jeep lease deals: if you need a cargo bed, but you’d also like to play offroad, then your ride is the Gladiator, which you can now lease for $4,099 at signing with monthly payments of $359 for 39 months. This ride can tow and haul, and has a comfortable, spacious interior. The Sport trim offers 17-inch steel wheels with a black finish and other niceties.
2022 Jeep Compass Latitude
You can still go off-road here, plus you get a cabin with refined touches, spacious seating, and easy-to-use infotainment controls. New for this year is a bigger optional touch screen and digital instrument cluster, in addition to more standard safety features and standard wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. The Latitude includes most Sports features plus optional interior colors.
The Compass Latitude with front-wheel drive can be leased for $328 monthly for three years, with $3,799 due at signing.
2022 Jeep Renegade Sport
If you’re on the hunt for something smaller, there’s the Renegade Sport with four-wheel drive that you can lease for $359 monthly for 42 months, with $3,799 required at signing. For its class, the subcompact offers the best off-road capabilities. The Renegade also features nice headroom, a solid roster of standard features, plus an intuitive infotainment system and controls. New for this year is a larger touchscreen and standard turbocharged powerplant. The base model is the Sport 4×2.
2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo
If you’d like to get into a new Grand Cherokee Laredo with rear-wheel drive, Jeep is offering a lease deal that requires $3,700 upfront and $496 monthly for 39 months. Or you can pick up the three-row Grand Cherokee L Laredo for $3,799 down with $490 monthly payments for 39 months. Another option is the Grand Cherokee L Limited, which can be leased for $439 monthly for 39 months and $4,199 due at signing.
Completely redesigned for this model year, the Grand Cherokee offers superb off-road ability, a smooth ride, and nice handling, plus a top-notch interior with comfy seating. Oh, and tech features are easy to use.
So, which Jeep is the cheapest to lease? Well, because everything is relative, it depends on your needs and wants. If you get a great deal on a ride that doesn’t suit your lifestyle, that doesn’t make much sense – or cents. Fortunately, you have plenty of variety here from which to choose. There’s a Jeep for every budget and way of life.