Who would've thought the coronavirus would make it this easy to own a Maserati?
You seldom see exclusive brands like Maserati and Bentley offering outrageous discounts and special deals on their vehicles - why would they when their brands are driven by aspiration. If you want one, you'll find a way to afford whatever they ask for a high-end sports car or luxury grand tourer. But the world is changing rapidly in the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic, and for the first time possibly ever, we've seen incredible offers from not just mainstream brands, but exotic and ultra-luxury brands as well. That means buying a new Jaguar, Land Rover, Porsche, and even a Lamborghini Huracan Evo is easier than ever.
Take Jaguar Land Rover, for example, who have rolled out 0% APR for 72 months, as well as a payment holiday for the first 90 days on every vehicle purchased. The deal extends across the entire range, meaning you can get something as simple as a Jaguar XE, as lavish as a Land Rover Range Rover, or something as spectacular as new 2021 Jaguar F-Type sports car.
There are similar details to be found from Maserati, too, although the 0% APR financing offer is valid for 84 months. This matches the same deal as set out by Dodge and other Detroit-based brands, but it's only available until April 30 and for 2019 models, so if ever you were going to buy a Maserati, you'd better do so soon.
The VW Group is getting in on the action too, with Porsche, Bentley, and Lamborghini all offering 90-day payment breaks on the first installment, matching mainstream brands like Toyota. But if a Lamborghini Huracan Evo isn't quite your thing, for whatever reason that may be, or if you prefer to lease your luxury or supercar, you might be keen on hearing Aston Martin's great deal: you can lease an Aston Martin Vantage with a $0 downpayment, and with dealer discounts of over $10,000, you can drive a Vantage for just $1,699 over 36 months.
There are caveats, however, and payment holidays still accrue interest during that time, and only those with the highest credit scores are likely to qualify for the best lease deals. But in spite of this, it seems there's no better time to own a high-end sports car, and not drive it, than now.