Here’s your chance to find out, and we’ve compiled some of the best deals to come out of the state.1.
Mercedes-Benz – $27.7 million lease agreement.
This is the most significant Mercedes lease deal announced so far, and it comes from the German automaker.
Mercedes will lease its fleet of E-Class, M-Class and S-Class sedans for the first time since 2007.
This lease will be in effect through 2026.2.
Ford – $25 million lease.
Ford’s lease agreement with the state of Texas has an average of $10,000 per month in monthly payments.
That means this lease will pay out at least $24 million in the first three years, with a goal of $35 million per year.
Ford will also pay $4 million in sales taxes on the total amount of the lease.3.
Ford Motor Co. – $8.5 million lease arrangement.
The $8 billion Ford Motor Company is leasing its entire fleet of trucks in Texas.
It’ll also lease its entire E-Series, V-Series and Expedition SUVs, but only through 2024.4.
Toyota Motor Corp. – $7.9 million lease contract.
Toyota is leasing the entire Ejioque plant in Houston, and also has a lease agreement for the Toyota Camry.5.
Volkswagen AG – $5.8 million lease deal.
Volkswagen is leasing cars in Texas and the entire fleet in the US.6.
Toyota – $5 million contract.
Volkswagen is in the middle of an $8 million deal to lease its Toyota Camrys to local governments.
The automaker is also leasing a fleet of Priuses to schools in Texas, including a school in El Paso.7.
Volkswagen – $4 million lease for $5 per month.
In a move to avoid any further litigation related to the emissions cheating scandal, Volkswagen is selling its entire diesel fleet through 2025, but also will lease vehicles through 2027, with an annual lease payment of $2.8 billion.8.
Honda Motor Co.- $3.8 million lease deal.
Honda is leasing vehicles in all 50 states.
The company will also lease vehicles in Puerto Rico through 2024 and in Mexico through 2029.9.
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.- $2 million lease offer.
Nissan is leasing a total of 20,000 vehicles in the U.S. through 2021.
The Japanese automaker will also rent vehicles through 2021, but with a lease payment averaging $2 billion per year for the duration of the deal.10.
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. $2 million contract offer.
Mitsui is leasing trucks through 2021 for an average annual lease price of $6.4 billion, but it will also offer a lease option for the Mitsubishis entire fleet.
Toyota Group Holdings Inc.- $1 million contract agreement.
Toyota will lease trucks through 2020 through a $2-per-month payment option.
Toyota has also agreed to lease an additional 1.4 million vehicles in 2019 through 2024 under the same lease deal as the Honda deal.12.
Chevrolet Co. $1 million lease with $1.5 billion in upfront payments.
Chevrolet is leasing around 20,600 vehicles through 2020, which will pay for a total annual payment of nearly $6 billion.13.
Toyota Motors Corp.- $1 million lease contract for $1 per month, with $750 million upfront payment.
The Japanese automaktiv is leasing roughly 6,000 trucks through 2023, with the first of those vehicles expected to be a 2019 Camry, but Toyota has a plan to lease additional Camrys through 2028.14.
BMW-Mitsubishi Motor Co.– $900 million lease agreement to lease 20,800 vehicles through 2025.
This lease agreement is one of the largest of the three.
Toyota Electric of America- $5 million agreement.
Toyota is leasing 1.5 percent of its fleet through 2021 to cover the upfront payments for the agreement.16.
Hyundai Motor Co.: $500 million purchase agreement.
Hyundai has a $5 billion purchase agreement with Ford Motor and is leasing 10,500 vehicles through 2024 through the same deal as Ford.17.
Ford Model T Co.: Toyota will lease around 1,000 cars through 2025 through a 20-year lease option.18.
Chevrolet: Ford will lease the Chevrolet Silverado and Tundra trucks.
Volkswagen- $4 million deal to buy 100,000 Volkswagen trucks.
VW is also negotiating with Ford to buy the entire Volkswagen fleet.20.
Toyota: Toyotas fleet will be leased through 2032, with sales to the public being free for