BMW Car Lease
Rodo offers the most affordable and convenient way to get the latest lease prices and finance options across the entire line of BMW luxury vehicles. Rodo makes it easy for you to compare prices, choose between leasing or financing options, trade-in, trade-up, get cash or exit your lease early.
Competitive BMW leases and purchase deals can easily be found using the Rodo car marketplace. To help ensure you find what you need, we have curated some of the most frequently asked questions specific to this brand as well as finance and lease-related questions. If you need further assistance you can use the chat function to contact our support team for an immediate response.
How are BMW Cars Named?
Like most car manufacturers, BMW has proprietary terms such as xDrive and Gran Coupe, in addition to the model series. The numbers in each model tell you what type of car it is. Even numbers represent sedans and odd numbers in the Series name have a coupe body style. X Models are SUVs but BMW refer to these as Sport “Activity”Vehicles. M models are modified versions of the original Series model. The M is significant as the designs and engineering in these cars are done by the “Motorsport”division to produce high-performance vehicles. Similar to the M series being designed by the Motorsports division, Alpina is another company that specifically makes high-performance BMW cars.
The letter 'i' before the number indicates the vehicle's an electric hybrid, whereas the letter 'i' after the number means the engine is fuel-injected. sDrive cars are 2-wheel drives, mostly RWD, although there are new models with FWD setups. xDrive vehicles are all-wheel drives. X in the name indicates it's an SUV (Activity vehicles), and the Z line are BMW Roadsters. All styles are available on lease or other finance options from local dealerships through Rodo.
What is the Lowest Priced BMW to Lease?
The 2 Series is entry-level subcompact series and the smallest of all BMW's that will have a low lease cost. It’s available as a 2-door traditional coupe and there’s also a convertible option. Various trims are available, each adding premium features and custom configurations. The base trim is the BMW 2 Series 230i sDrive, or you can upgrade to the all-wheel version of the BMW 2 Series 230i xDrive.
For higher performance, a lease offer on the BMW 2 Series M235i xDrive Gran Coupe will get you the larger sized 4-door coupe-style sedan with more interior space and a higher roofline.
What is the Most Popular BMW?
The 3 Series is the most popular and has been for decades. The BMW 3 Series is a family-sized sedan that has a 4-cylinder 255 hp 330i engine in the base trim and there’s also the M340i upgrade that uses a six-cylinder engine. The new model is the BMW 3 Series 330e, 2021 car which is the electric hybrid version that has the engine de-tuned to a still powerful 184 hp as opposed to the 255 hp from the gas fuel injection engine on the BMW 3 Series 330i. The BMW 3 Series 330i xDrive is the AWD version. Each are available with affordable leases.
BMW has showrooms across the United States with multiple dealers offers listed on Rodo.com. You can use the app to search by radius to find your nearest dealer and discuss the lease prices and terms as well as get advice on the most suitable package to suit your needs.
What Body Styles are available for the BMW 4 Series?
The 4 Series has three different body styles available, each with the xDrive option available. The lowest lease price will be the 430i Coupe. The higher sized car is the BMW 4 Series 430i xDrive Gran Coupe, or if you need the all-wheel drive rather than RWD, the BMW 4 Series 430i xDrive trim is the AWD model with all the advanced features including sports seats, 4-cylinder TwinTurbo engines, BMW navigation, and Park Assistance Control.
What is the Lowest Priced Lease on a BMW Sports 'Activity' Vehicle?
The X1 is the most compact crossover SUV in the BMW lineup, however, it still is spacious boasting a respectable 27 cubic feet of storage space behind the second row of seating and with those folded, the cargo capacity is increased to 59 cubic feet. There are two trims available with the least expensive lease deals being on the BMW X1 sDrive28i. For those who need more traction than a front-wheel drive offers, such as driving frequently in wet conditions or on rough terrain, consider narrowing your options on lease offers to the BMW X1 xDrive28i.
Both have the same advanced features, just the xDrive is the AWD version for improved traction in all-weather conditions and terrain.
What is the Difference Between the X1, X2, and the X3?
Both the X1 and X2 are similar in terms of the mechanics, with the core difference being the body style. A lease on the X2 will get you the more luxuriously styled vehicle with less space, but the engine is upgraded and there are three trims to choose from. The BMW X2 sDrive28i is the base version with a front-wheel drive and the BMW X2 xDrive28i is the all-wheel drive version.
Both engines are 2L 4-cylinder engines with 228 hp and 258 pounds per foot of torque. The more powerful trim is the BMW X2 M35i which has a turbocharged engine with a power increase of up to 301 horsepower and 331 lb-ft. The BMW X3 sDrive30i is the base version on the most premium of BMW’s SUV lineup available on a rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive trim on the BMW X3 xDrive30i.
If you’re unsure on which type of vehicle would best suit your needs, all dealers listed on Rodo.com can help explain what each of the models offers, the various upgrades available and the help with financing a BMW either directly, through a third-party finance company or with a lease for BMW cars and SUVs on terms best suited to your needs.