Still Excellent: Volvo's XC90 SUV, From $356/Month, $0 Down + Fees
For 2020, Volvo ended production of the fancy pants Excellence version of the XC90. We really liked the XC90 Excellence—it came with champagne flutes and a mini-fridge—but sadly there were few takers at its retail price of $104,900.
Thankfully, Volvo makes XC90s for those with more sensible budgets, too. In fact, thanks to solid residuals and decent incentives, the XC90 is one of the best-leasing three-row luxury SUVs on the market. Factor in its gorgeous Scandi interior and impressive safety credentials, and the XC90 is very enticing indeed.
Here’s a sampling of XC90 deals posted by brokers on Leasehackr Forum. These are pre-negotiated deals for specific in-stock inventory (first come, first serve) that are thousands less than the advertised national lease offer:
Benedetto: $499/Month (T5 Momentum) to $875/Month (T8 Inscription)
New York (NY, NJ, PA, CT, DE)
aronchi: $384/Month (T5 Momentum) to $789/Month (T8 Inscription)
nyclife: $356/Month (T5 Momentum) to $532/Month (T6 Inscription)
New England (MA, RI, ME, VT, CT, NH, NY, NJ)
Bostoncarconcierge: $415/Month (T5 Momentum) to $519/Month (T6 Momentum)
Midwest (IL, MI, MN, OH)
Benedetto: $419/Month (T6 Momentum) to $545/Month (T5 R-Design)
Benedetto: $469/Month (T5 Momentum) to $679/Month (T6 Inscription)
The benefit of using a broker is that you save time and money. Brokers work by leveraging their connections with a broad network of dealers to seek out deals. Many offer the option of delivery, saving you a trip to the dealership.
For those hacking a deal on your own, note that Volvo rebates vary by geography, so your deal will vary depending on where you’re located, and of course, how big of a discount you’re able to obtain. Other variables include vehicle configuration (more options = more money) and available inventory.