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2021 Kia Lease Specials

Tired of driving an old vehicle that looks outdated and is unreliable? Why not lease one of the many new 2021 Kia models. In the heart of Bergen County is VIP Auto Lease of New Jersey, with the hottest car lease specials in the area, we are proud to offer 0 down Kia lease deals on a variety of Kia cars. We even accept trade-ins so you can lower your monthly payment even further!

Kia FAQ:

Can I lease a 2021 Kia with no money down?

VIP Auto Lease in New Jersey has a huge selection of 2021 Kias with no money down and low monthly payments.

What is the cheapest Kia to lease in New Jersey?

The 2021 KIA Forte Sedan is a FWD compact car that can get close to 30 mpg. It can be leased for as low as $180.57 per month making it very affordable.

What are the benefits of leasing a new Kia?

There are many reasons to lease a Kia:

  • Lower down payments
  • Lower monthly payments
  • Lower taxes

How much is charged for extra miles on a Kia lease?

In a lease contract, there is an agreed mileage per year, usually between 8k-12k. If you drive over this mileage amount, there is a fee of roughly .20 cents per mile.

Can I extend my lease at the end of the contract?

Yes, most lease terms provide for an option to extend the lease for additional time.

How often should my leased Kia be serviced?

When you lease a Kia it should be serviced every 7k miles including oil change, oil filters, and tire rotation.

What Oil should I use in a leased Kia?

Most new Kias can operate on synthetic oil, synthetic blends, or regular petroleum-based oils. The difference would be how often the oil changes would be required since synthetics can go almost twice as long.

Are Kia safe vehicles?

Yes, Most of the 2021 Kia lineup available for lease has perfect 5 star crash safety rankings. This includes both front and side impacts. Kias also contain safety technology like blind-spot collision sensors.

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