You might have noticed a new lease deal coming on in 2018: the Mazda 6S.

As a Mazda owner myself, I can assure you that this car is among the most affordable lease deals around.

The $35,000 lease price is well within the realm of the average family car, with a new price tag for the 6S starting at just $37,900 for a 20-year lease.

And if you have the cash, you’ll save money every month you sign the lease.

However, this lease deal does have a catch: You’ll only be able to use this car for a month, not a year.

Here’s what you need to know before you sign.

What’s a Mazda 6?

A Mazda 6 is a mid-size sedan with a 2.5-liter turbocharged inline-four engine that powers the front wheels.

The powertrain, which is a six-speed automatic transmission, is rated at 250 horsepower and 250 lb-ft of torque.

The 6S features an aluminum and carbon fiber body that features carbon fiber accents on the sides, hood, and roof.

A sport seat, leather interior, and a heated steering wheel are standard.

When it comes to the cabin, the 6 has a five-spoke steering wheel, two-tone stitching, and four-way power driver-assist assist.

This car has an EPA-estimated EPA rating of 23/25/27 mpg city/highway, 23/26/28 mpg combined, and 22/27/28 city/combined.

A Mazda has a fuel economy rating of 22/30 mpg, which compares favorably to the average Honda Accord.

If you want to know how the Mazda compares to other mid-sized sedans, check out our comparison of the Honda Accord, Chevrolet Malibu, and Hyundai Sonata.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of a Mazda lease?

For starters, the Mazda has plenty of standard features that can be added for a lower price, including: Power windows and headlamps; heated steering wheels; Bluetooth, audio, and infotainment systems; and even a heated front seat.

In addition, the car comes with an array of features that make it more comfortable to use and less likely to break down.

For example, there’s a large heated rear center console that can seat up to six adults.

If the rear passenger seat is not comfortable, you can even change out the front seatbelt with the optional heated reclining armrest.

If your family wants to travel more than 30 miles per day, the spacious interior makes the 6 the perfect choice.

You can also add more amenities like heated side mirrors, heated rearview mirrors, and even an infotactical system.

It’s not a luxury car, but you’ll certainly enjoy its spacious cabin, luxurious amenities, and excellent fuel economy.

What happens if the lease is cancelled?

You can still use the car for the next 24 months and the lease expires on October 31, 2019.

But, the new lease will expire after that, so if you’ve already made the new purchase and want to continue using the car, you need a new one.

This is because the current lease deal requires you to pay $1,000 off your lease.

In other words, you have to pay at least $1.25 million per month for a six month lease, or $3,000 per month.

The good news is that you don’t need to buy the car again.

The car is currently listed for $38,995 for a standard 20-month lease, which starts at $30,832.

If a longer lease is needed, you’d need to pay a $2,000 deposit, which will be paid upfront in the first three months.

Once the deposit is paid, you would be able see the car at a dealership or at your local dealership.

The new lease agreement comes with a $500 cash deposit, and if you do not make a deposit in the second year, you will be charged the full $1 million deposit.

This means that you’re paying $1 billion over 20 years for a new Mazda 6, and you might want to think twice before buying a new car.

What if I have a car insurance policy?

In most states, the cost of an auto insurance policy depends on the type of car and how much coverage you have.

If an auto policy is included in your policy, you’re looking at an annual deductible of $4,000.

If not, the deductible will be $1 the first year, $1 each year thereafter.

If this is your first car purchase, you might not be aware of how much your policy will cost you.

According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, an average premium of $1 per mile of driving is typical for cars with no driver assistance systems.

When buying a car, it’s important to remember