2011 Hyundai Sonata Lease Rates – March 2010

logo_hyundaiMy Take: A bit early for a manufacturers to be rolling out the 2011s, but its alright since the new Sonata is a very good looking ride. The residual values are strong and the money factors are very attractive. Factor in a relatively reasonable sale price and you got yourself a pretty sweet deal. Saw this car at the LA Auto Show last December and I think this will be an excellent alternative to those looking at the Accords, Camrys and Altimas.

2011 Hyundai Sonata

2011 Hyundai Sonata GLS
36-month | 15k miles | residual 58% | .00048 base money factor

2011 Hyundai Sonata Limited
36-month | 15k miles | residual 56% | .00095 base money factor


9 thoughts on “2011 Hyundai Sonata Lease Rates – March 2010

  1. Wow, aggressive MF for so early in the model year. Usually they milk the early months of a release for as long as possible.

    • Yup, I am pleasantly surprised with the Hyundai leases right now. Even at MSRP, the payments are under $300 (before taxes) with just the inception fees. Overall, I think Hyundai is making their leases more attractive, so I will spend some extra time digging out Hyundai numbers to see if there are some good deals to be had. I think the Genesis Coupes look pretty good right now…

  2. Hi G – do you happen to have the same for the 2011 Hyundai Sonata SE model, 36-month – 15k miles .

  3. Hey G – thank for taking the time to dig up Hyundai numbers.

    Although I would most likely wait till the 2011 refresh, if you come across numbers for the Genesis Sedan please post them up here.

    • these numbers are for the newly redesigned model. they are being sold now. i’ve seen a few on the road recently.

  4. G:

    Love the site. It helped me a lot with the Q5 lease. But please do not encourage people to jump on this vehicle. Not everything that glitters is gold. Everyone needs to test drive it for 30 mins with the A/C & radio off and the salesman silent. Sounds like my nephews are under the hood playing with pots and pans and the rear wheels are connected with rubberbands. IMO the vehicle looks great but is a wildly inferior alternative to the Accord and Camrys. I drive a bunch of these type cars when out of toen on business and this one is subpar. If someone is in the market for a hyundai 1) dont lease it… buy it and 2) go for the remaining 2010s on the dealer lot, far better running quality. Just my 0.02.

  5. JoJo – Dude are you high? I also drive rentals 3 days out of the week and the 2011 Sonata is one fine car. I just came out of one today and it flies. 100+ mph and steady as a rock. Fit & finish is ever bit as goos as Toyota and Honda. Toyota is over rated as are Hondas. Don’t get me wrong, still good cars, but quality and value Kia and Hyundai are coming on strong. No, I don’t own one, but would not hesitate if I were in the market.

    • I almost forgot about these comments. Now that I have test driven the Sonata Limited and the Sonata Limited Turbo, I will say that the car is solid and I would not hesitate to pick this over the Camry or the Accord right now. Well appointed, great safety ratings, relatively inexpensive, attractively styled. Those are just a few things that make the Sonata such a great value right now. Also Edmund’s Inside Line recently dyno’ed the Turbo and found that performs below what Hyundai suggested, it still a very we-engineered/potent engine that provides noticeable performance improvements over the base engine. I, for one, am very impressed.

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