Socal EV Lease - 2024 Solterra

I’m brand new to this so please excuse any foibles.

I live in Southern California.

My Hyundai Kona 2021 Unlimited EV lease is ending.

Trying to get a new comparable EV lease: $0 Drive Off, 36 or 24 mo, 10 k miles, less than $350/mo including tax and extra wear and tear.

The best offer I’ve seen so far is for a 2024 Subaru Solterra:$269+tax for a $46,000-$47,000 MSRP Premium. @36month, 10,00 miles per year with only $3,000 total down or $0 down about $355+tax.

Does anyone know of any comparable deals? I’d get a Hyundai Kona, Ioniq 5, Cadillac Lyriq, pretty much anything EV as long as it’s in this price range.

Thanks.

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Click on Marketplace and browse the listings or search for Kia Niro etc.

Kia Niro, Ioniq 5 or 6 are your best bets right now.

If you want to pay a broker fee and save a lot of time, contact @Omegaautogroup and @Jeff_BeachCitiesAuto as both offer those Evs for near your price.

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Yup – Ioniq 5 is about $7700 for a one-pay 24 months / 12k miles including 9.5% sales tax and broker fees. Just did this in April and it was very easy through a broker. Works out to about $321/mo all in. Can’t beat that deal very easily – we are thinking of getting another one.

Can I ask where?

Thanks, I did, I just really don’t like the Niro. And nothing is jumping about on the Ioniq5.

Honestly I’d be shocked if you couldn’t find a better value than the Solterra.

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What about the Ariya 18 month deal? It probably requires the loyalty to get the super low monthly number but may be worth looking into.

See Forbs post for the brokers. They are located in Marketplace on the forum.

I have that deal

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Trying to find, just can’t figure out how…f’in newbie! lol

What? The Solterra is a slow turtle compared to the Ioniq5

Go with this recommendation and you wont regret. Solterra is very inferior to what Ioniq5 have to offer with 2yrs of free charging for better ride quality, fast charging and modest interior for almost similar price. Go with one pay than monthly.

You literally wanted a Io5 in your first post. Either way the notion that there’s no better deal than the Solterra in the Marketplace seems preposterous to me.

Yeah - I get it now. You are all correct I5 re Solterra. A Hyundai dealership officially offered me an I5 SEL SR, $0 out of pocket, $380/month including tax, 24/12. But I walked away. I asked for the extra wear & tear package. And they wouldn’t include. May come to regret, but the way I see it, there are SO MANY I5s on the lots right now, that the deals are only going to improve.

I did also get an offer on the Solterra, for 36/10, $1700 drive off total, $330/mo.

Well they are not going to throw it in for free. And IDK why you’d pay for it.

Don’t be one of those people driving a beat up “new” car or driving on bald tires just because they prepaid for the right to return it like that.