Chevrolet Car Lease
Whether you're looking to buy a new Chevy, lease the latest model, or simply get the actual monthly cost with lowest down payment possible, you'll find what you need through Rodo.
Rodo is a car marketplace where you can find the latest Chevy models with the best deals from authorized dealerships across the country in one easy to use platform. Rather than travel to several dealerships, you can compare models, lease deals or finance options, upgrades, and even negotiate car prices and lease terms without ever leaving your home. You can even use Rodo features such as trade-in, trade-up, get cash offer or exit your lease early to save even more.
Chevy is a popular car and affordable with many customization options available. So it's likely you'll have some questions. Some of our most common FAQs are answered below. Use omur chat feature to speak to our support team for further assistance.
Do All Chevy Dealers Accept Trade-Ins?
Yes! The value you get for your existing vehicle varies by the dealership and like every other type of vehicle traded, the price will be determined by the car's condition at the time of inspection, the mileage on the vehicle, its popularity and regional market conditions.
Is Chevrolet Owned by General Motors?
Yes. Chevrolet is part of General Motors and like their other brands under the same umbrella, there are different lease deals at different times of the year depending on which model the brand is looking to move more of.
All dealers will offer different finance options, sometimes arranged through GM Financial, other times through another third-party finance company, or, for lower monthly payments, you can also find a range of competitively priced Chevy lease deals on offer throughout the year.
Does Every Chevy Dealer Lease Vehicles?
Yes. Authorized distributors of General Motors have lease specials on a whole range of vehicle types including hatchbacks, sedans, and SUVs, and the more recently released Blazer and Equinox models. Whatever type of vehicle you're looking for, you are likely to find a good Chevrolet deal at a dealer near you.
Chevy leasing deals tend to be up to 36-months after which the vehicle can be bought, or you can come to an agreement on the lease of a car with an early agreement fora buyout price inclusive of dealer fees.
What Trim Levels are in the Spark Lineup?
The 2020 Chevy Spark lineup offers the largest selection of trims. The entry-level Chevy is the Chevrolet Spark LS Manual 1SA with a MSRP of $14,095. The Chevrolet Spark LS CVT 1SB has the same specs with the additional "Continuously Variable Transmission”. The Chevrolet Spark 1LT Manual 1SC is the next upgrade option with a MSRP of $15,995, plus an extra $1,100 to upgrade the standard model to the Chevrolet Spark 1LT CVT 1SD trim.
The Chevrolet Spark ACTIV Manual 1SG is aptly named for the more active of lifestyles and includes a touring suspension, fender trim, fog lamps, and luggage rack. The MSRP on this model is $17,095 with the same $1,100 upgrade to the Chevrolet Spark ACTIV CVT 1SH. The Chevrolet Spark 2LT Manual 1SE is an upgraded 1LT that comes with rear park assist, leather seating, including a leatherette steering wheel and 15” aluminum wheels. Also available is the Chevrolet Spark 2LT CVT 1SF.
Dealers have lease deals for different models and lease specials offered at different times of the year. Whatever trim you feel is best for your needs, browse the authorized dealers on Rodo to find the right car at the right price.
What are the Differences in the Trax Trims?
The Chevrolet Trax LS 1LS has a rear vision camera, 8” touch screen Infotainment system, 16” steel wheels with a MSRP of $22,295. Chevrolet's Trax LT 1LT has 16” aluminum wheels, halogen projector lamps, a luggage rack. satellite radio and a spacious storage area under the passenger seat. This trim has a MSRP of $24,195.
What’s Different Between the Chevy Sonic Trims?
The Chevrolet Sonic LS 1SB is only available as a four-door sedan, whereas the Chevrolet Sonic LT 1SD is offered as either a four-door sedan or a five-door hatchback. The LS has remote keyless entry whereas the LT has the remote vehicle starter system on the Automatic version only. A 1.8L ECOTEC® 4-cylinder engine is available on the LT Auto Sedan but not on the hatchback models.
The Chevy Sonic Premier 1SF car is a sports edition that is available as a sedan or hatchback with the same specifications as the LT, plus heated front seats, painted 17” wheels, and a sport suspension on each option except the auto sedan.
What Other Chevy Trims are Available?
The Malibu has a sporty look on the exterior but it is an everyday mid-size car that offers a good fuel economy of 29 city mpg and 36 highway mpg. The Chevrolet Malibu LS 1LS has 16” wheels, acoustic laminated glass, an outdoor temperature display, daytime running lamps, and an 8” color touchscreen infotainment system. The Chevrolet Malibu RS 1SP is similar but with 18” wheels, more sporty looking on the exterior, includes a rear spoiler, and the addition of an 8-way power driver’s seat making it ideal for driving long distances.
The Chevrolet Trailblazer LT 1LT is a subcompact SUV, front-wheel drive, with a sports body and comes equipped with the latest tech including lane departure warning and lane-keep assist. The Chevrolet Equinox LS 1LS looks similar to the Blazer but as All-Wheel Drive.
Does the List Price Include the Dealer Fees?
Yes. Each listing on Rodo is priced from the dealership and will be inclusive of their fees. The price you see is not always the exact price you'll pay as there will be financing costs, registration fees, down payments on leases, or first payments on finance for any Chevrolet deals. The price dealers list is not the final price payable. These can vary up and down and you can make an offer to more than the one dealership helping you get the best price or lease terms from any authorized partner.