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Car and Driver: Now Leasing! The McLaren 570S and 650S

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2016 McLaren 570S
-Eying a British supercar, but not quite ready to take the full financial plunge? Your problems are solved, pal. McLaren just announced a new program with Ally Financial, making it possible to lease a British supercar for the very first time.

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Yes, the all-new offer will allow you to plop a $185,000 McLaren 570S—the brilliant, 562-hp mid-engined “entry level” model in McLaren’s lineup—in your garage for a monthly payment starting at $2200. McLaren says you’ll also be able to lease the ridiculously quick 650S, which costs $270,000 to purchase outright, although the automaker didn’t specify the lease payment on that model.

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The move makes sense for McLaren. As the automaker points out in today’s announcement, the 570S in particular competes in a market segment where leasing is a major factor, competing against vehicles like the Porsche 911 Turbo and Audi R8 V10. The leasing move also could open up a secondary market for McLaren, selling certified-preowned vehicles at the end of their lease terms, should the automaker so choose.

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Mortgage a house, rent a fancy apartment, or lease a McLaren? You know which one we’d pick.

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This story originally appeared on Road & Track.

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