cars with low mileage leases? (7,500 miles or less)

niradgniradg Member Posts: 1
edited February 2014 in General

I work from home and I live in a large city where I can walk or take the subway, so I don't drive a lot. I am looking for a car that I can lease as a business expense. It seems like most companies don't do leasing under 10,000 miles a year. I would drive 7,500 miles per year at most, and 5,000 miles would probably be fine. It seems like such low mileage leases are very rare, the only exception I have found is Porsche (sports car models only), and the local Jaguar has 7,500 mile leases on the F-type. Though those are tempting propositions, I am looking for something a bit more practical (i.e. seats 4 and has a decent sized trunk). A wagon or smaller luxury SUV would be ideal. Are there any options like that out there? In terms of lease length, the standard 36 - 42 month period is fine.

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  • kyfdxkyfdx Moderator Posts: 233,515

    @niradg said:
    I work from home and I live in a large city where I can walk or take the subway, so I don't drive a lot. I am looking for a car that I can lease as a business expense. It seems like most companies don't do leasing under 10,000 miles a year. I would drive 7,500 miles per year at most, and 5,000 miles would probably be fine. It seems like such low mileage leases are very rare, the only exception I have found is Porsche (sports car models only), and the local Jaguar has 7,500 mile leases on the F-type. Though those are tempting propositions, I am looking for something a bit more practical (i.e. seats 4 and has a decent sized trunk). A wagon or smaller luxury SUV would be ideal. Are there any options like that out there? In terms of lease length, the standard 36 - 42 month period is fine.

    Mercedes is the only other make that I recall with 7500 mile leases, at least on mainstream vehicles.

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