“The availability of leasing comes at a critical time for McLaren as we begin to deliver the 570S Coupe, which enters a segment where lease availability is critical to car sales,” said Anthony Joseph, president of McLaren North America, in a written statement.
Leases are available for the 2016 McLaren 570S Coupe for “as low as” $2,200 per month, McLaren said. Suggested retail starts at $184,900 for the 570S Coupe. The McLaren 650S starts at $269,500.
Ally Financial is working to diversify its preferred-lender relationships, as General Motors and Chrysler phased out Ally’s access to OEM incentives. For example Ally announced last month it signed up as a preferred lender for Beepi, a Silicon Valley-based, online marketplace for private individuals to buy and sell used cars.