Jeep Lease

Who doesn’t want a Jeep? The brand is synonymous with adventure, and Americans’ love of the great outdoors is within grasp behind the wheel of a Wrangler, a Gladiator, or even an efficient Renegade. All that capability comes at a price, though, and for some buyers, it’s just a little too steep. Opting for a Jeep lease is a great way to overcome that gap. Jeep dealers have access to some of the most aggressive lease programs in the industry, which is great news for buyers. Lease payments are almost always lower than a traditional loan payment, so when you lease, you get more vehicle for your money. It’s Jeep’s 80th anniversary, and the automaker is celebrating by releasing some of the most aggressive lease deals around.

A Jeep lease means you’re becoming part of a family of owners that value off-roading adventure. Jeep owners want a vehicle that represents their lifestyle and isn’t just the same old SUV. That’s the beauty of a Jeep: it’s at home in the carpool, fresh out of the car wash, and on the side of a mountain caked in dirt. If you’ve always wanted to drive a Jeep, consider Jeep’s range of lease programs at Orange Coast Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram FIAT. We guarantee you’ll find a lease deal that keeps you on budget. It’s the best of both worlds; you get to drive one of America’s favorite SUVs and keep a little extra change in your pocket. Haven’t you always wanted to drive a Jeep? Now’s your chance!

A blue 2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon is parked in a desert after getting a Jeep lease.

What are the Benefits of Leasing a Jeep?

Jeep makes its award-winning lineup of SUVs obtainable for just about anyone, thanks to a competitive lease program that keeps payments low so buyers can slide right into the Jeep of their choice. No matter the model you want, whether it’s a Wrangler or a Renegade, Jeep has a lease program with a surprisingly low monthly payment to fit even the tightest budgets.

Driving a leased Jeep means you’re always behind the wheel of a newer model Jeep that’s covered under factory warranty. You’re driving a vehicle with the latest technology and safety innovations, too, so in addition to needing minimal repairs and maintenance, your Jeep is one of the safest on the road. The benefits of leasing a Jeep don’t stop there: you pay less overall because, with a lease, you’re only responsible for paying for the amount of mileage you drive and not a penny more. It’s convenient, too, because when your lease term is up, you simply drop your Jeep at the dealer and pick up a new one.

Our lease customers love rolling into a brand new Jeep every two to three years. They love the flexibility of knowing they’ll have access to the newest releases and most updated technology, thanks to a short lease term for each vehicle they take home. With an average term of three years, your Jeep has barely lost its new car smell before it’s time to trade it in for a newer one.

A red 2021 Jeep Compass Trailhawk is driving on a dirt trail in front of mountains.

Some Basic Lease Terminology You Should Know

Leasing sounds complicated, but it’s actually quite simple, and there are only a few key terms you need to understand before you head to your dealer to inquire about leasing a new Jeep. First, your Jeep lease essentially means you’re borrowing - or renting - the Jeep. At the end of the term, usually two to four years, you’ll return the Jeep to the dealer. Yes, you have an option to purchase it at the end of the term, but most lessors choose to roll right into another lease so they can enjoy driving a newer vehicle.

The first term you’ll want to know is capitalized cost, or cap cost. Cap cost is the total amount you’re responsible for during the lease. Also known as depreciation, cap cost is the amount the Jeep will lose in value while you’re driving it. It takes into consideration mileage, wear-and-tear, and age, and it’s the amount your monthly payments will be calculated on.

Residual value is another lease term that is helpful to understand. Your leased vehicle has a value at the end of the term (when you’re done driving it). It is the total amount of the vehicle’s value minus the cap cost. Residual value is how much it’s worth at the end of the lease. This number is calculated by a number of factors, but it assumes a maximum amount of mileage and the potential selling price of the vehicle at the end of the lease term.

When you finance a car in a traditional loan, you can expect to pay interest on the money you borrow. The same is true for a lease, except instead of calling it interest, that cost - the cost to borrow the money - is called a money factor. The money factor is basically the interest rate you’re paying on the cap cost.

These terms may seem complicated, but think of it this way: capitalized cost plus residual value should equal the total value of the vehicle. The money factor is simply the interest you’re paying on the cap cost. One final term to know is capitalized cost reduction. A cap cost reduction is anything that lowers the amount you’re paying over the term of the lease, such as a factory rebate or a down payment.

Lease Your Jeep From Orange Coast CJDRF

Once you’ve decided that leasing works for you, it’s time to trust the finance experts at Orange Coast CJDRF to secure the best possible lease program for your individual budget and financial situation. Leasing is surprisingly simple, especially when you partner with a dealer that takes the time to explain all your options in simple terms. Here at Orange Coast, our team has access to the most competitive rates around because our sales volume is high, and our professionals work hard to locate any available money-saving tools, so your payment stays low, and you can focus on enjoying your new Jeep. From rebates to loyalty discounts, there are plenty of insider hacks that will positively impact your payment, and we know them all.

Leasing from Orange Coast means you can expect an efficient process that won’t bog you down in paperwork or legalese. We keep it simple and straightforward because we value your time. Our approach is to go to work once you’ve selected the exact Jeep you want, and we’ll move mountains to ensure you can have it at a price that works.

We also want you to relax knowing that our team never deals in hidden fees or complicated negotiations. We remain transparent throughout the process and will happily answer all your questions, so you’re 100 percent comfortable with the terms of your lease. That includes helping you determine the right annual mileage limits and thoroughly explaining your lease-end options. Where you lease is just as important as what you lease, which is why we invite you to put your trust in Orange Coast. We understand leasing and will use our experience to remove all the stress and leave you feeling confident about your new Jeep payment.

A Huge Selection of 2022 Models to Lease

The 2022 Jeep lineup is full of Trail Ready options for just about every budget and lifestyle. Whether you need a family vehicle or you’re fresh out of college and desiring an affordable commuter, our team will steer you to the Jeep model that meets the challenge. Full-size truck buyers will love our selection of rugged Ram pickups just waiting to go to work for even the toughest jobs. Depending on your specific wishlist, our team of experienced sales professionals can guide you to a new vehicle that ticks all the boxes. We don’t want you to compromise; instead, we believe there’s a vehicle on our lot that will exceed your expectations, whether you’re price-driven or in the hunt for high-end luxury.

A white 2022 Jeep Compass is parked on gravel across the bay next to a city.

The Versatile 2022 Compass Is Perfect For New Grads

If this is the year you’re considering a brand new Jeep, you’re in luck. The popular Compass SUV receives a major redesign for 2022 and returns to showrooms with the latest technology, new exterior and interior styling, and the same Trail Ready capability Jeep owners have come to expect. What do we love about the 2022 Compass?

Technology and Infotainment

Today’s drivers put a premium on staying connected and entertained while on the go. Jeep understands this, which is why the 2022 Compass is filled with tech-heavy features, like giant dash-mounted infotainment touchscreens ranging in size from 8.4 inches to 10.1 inches, depending on the trim you choose. The touchscreens run on Uconnect 5, Jeep’s advanced infotainment system that delivers lightning-fast response times, a vivid display, and seamless access to smartphone content via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Upper-level trims also feature navigation and a separate 10.25-inch Digital Driver Instrument Display.

Safety, Performance, and Capability

The 2022 Compass includes an astounding 75 different safety features, including a handful of standard driver-assist systems like Forward Collision Warning with Active Braking, Blind Spot Monitoring, and Lane Departure Warning with Lane Keep Assist. Add the optional Adaptive Cruise Control with Stop and Go, and highway driving is a cinch.

Opt for the Trailhawk trim, and your Compass is automatically Trail Rated, so you can feel free to roam backcountry trails and steep mountainous terrain. Jeep outfits the Compass Trailhawk with Selec-Terrain, letting drivers toggle through multiple driving modes via a simple controller near the shifter. Choose from Auto, Snow, Sand, Mud, and Rock mode for dialed-in traction and power.

Add a Rugged and Award Winning 2022 Ram 1500 to the Fleet

Who doesn’t love the utility of a full-size pickup truck? If it’s grit and power you’re seeking, feast your eyes on the 2022 Ram 1500 lineup. Capable of towing up to 12,750 pounds and achieving a 0-60 time of just 4.5 seconds, the 2022 Ram 1500 series of pickups offer diversity in both price and purpose.

What’s New for 2022?

Ram 1500 Limited pickups celebrate 10 years of production in the 2022 model year, and the company commemorates this milestone with the 1500 10th Anniversary Limited Edition trim. It’s an ultra-plush twist on the already luxurious Limited trim, featuring authentic wood accents, along with copious use of leather and metal throughout the cabin. The Limited 10th Anniversary Edition is outfitted with quilted leather seating and door trim, a suede headliner, and a 19-speaker premium audio system designed to optimize cabin acoustics. Unique 10th Anniversary badging and a Blue Shade exterior paint color distinguish this trim from the others.

The Ram 1500 TRX

Sometimes you want a full-size pickup without sacrificing speed and street performance. Enter the 1500 TRX, a 702 horsepower beast capable of reaching speeds of up to 188 mph and tapping into an available 650 lb-ft of torque to perform almost any job you throw at it. All that power comes from a massive 6.2-liter Supercharged HEMI V8 motor that can power up adventures both on and off-road, earning the TRX the distinction of most powerful half-ton street-legal pickup in history. Tap into the TRX’s Launch Control feature and let the system optimize acceleration for you. The 11.8 inches of ground clearance supports tough off-roading, too.

A silver 2021 Ram 1500 TRX is shown park at the end of a long dirt road.

Elegance and Refinement Abound in the 2022 Jeep Grand Cherokee

For its successful decades-long production run, the iconic Grand Cherokee has set the bar for refined styling in the mid-size SUV segment. It’s a category leader and one that many rivals have unsuccessfully tried to imitate. 2022 marks a turning point for the popular SUV, with a complete bumper-to-bumper redesign that builds on the best of the previous generation model.

Big Changes for the 2022 Grand Cherokee

Because Jeep has already perfected combining off-roading grit with valet-ready refinement, the company set its sights on dialing in even more desirability in the newest 2022 Grand Cherokee. This is the year Jeep is likely to add a plug-in hybrid powertrain to the already available 3.6-liter V6 and the larger 5.7 HEMI V8. Jeep continues its diverse trim lineup in 2022, with familiar favorites like the affordable Laredo and the high-end Limited and Summit returning. It remains a five-passenger SUV with two rows of seats, so expect efficient use of the interior cabin to optimize passenger and driver comfort.

Infotainment Takes Center Stage

The floating infotainment touchscreen measures a generous 10.1 inches in the 2022 Grand Cherokee, providing Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity and standard SiriusXM Satellite Radio. For the first time ever, the Grand Cherokee is available with a custom 19-speaker McIntosh audio system and connected navigation that includes traffic updates. Buyers can activate their smartphones as remote control hubs via Jeep Connect. The app-based system can lock and unlock the doors, sound the horn, and start the vehicle remotely. It tracks key vehicle data and is customizable so that owners can set driving boundaries, speed limits, and more. It even keeps track of tire pressure.

A silver 2021 Jeep Grand Cherokee is parked on a pier overlooking a bay.

Other Financing Options

It’s true that Jeep offers incredibly competitive lease programs that are designed to get more people into a brand new Jeep than ever before, but maybe you’ve done the research and decided that leasing isn’t for you. What other options are there? Luckily, the finance team at Orange Coast CJDRF has access to some amazing financing deals, one of which might be perfect for you.

When thinking about financing or leasing a new car, the first consideration is budget. You’ll want to know your monthly budget for payments, but you’ll also want to carefully consider how much money you want to put down on your new car. Will you finance sales tax and acquisition fees too? Knowing this information ahead of time can save you time and money.

Next up, what’s your credit score? The better your score, the more access you’ll have to low-interest-rate financing plans. If you’re struggling with bad credit, don’t worry! You can still get financed; you just might be facing a higher interest rate due to a perceived increase in risk by the lender.

Your finance professional can also review the lease and purchase terms, another factor that can determine the monthly payment. Generally speaking, the shorter the term, the higher the payment (and vice versa). If you’re looking for the lowest possible monthly payment, your best bet is probably a lease or a longer-term (5+ year) traditional loan. If you want to pay the least amount of interest possible, consider a higher down payment, a higher monthly payment, and a shorter loan term.

Lease Your Jeep and Get On the Road

If you’re in the market for a new Jeep but worry about the price tag, consider a lease. Leasing opens up a whole new world of options, so your choices for trims and add-ons expand without costing you more money every month. Let our professionals guide you through the lease process. We start by carrying a huge inventory of the most sought-after Jeep models and trims. We always work hard to provide competitive pricing and amazing lease rates to keep you within budget.

Once you’ve chosen the Jeep of your dreams, our finance team will get to work scouring available lease and financing programs to find the one that best suits your individual financial situation. We know that vehicle financing isn’t a one-size-fits-all proposition: that’s why we’ll work with you, your budget, and your credit score to ensure we select a program that fits.

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