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McLaren Now Offers Lease Option, Starting at $2,200 per Month

We have to admit that watching McLaren developing its road car operations is like witnessing a child growing up. Well, the time has come for the youngster to start a relationship with a financial institution. No, we're not talking about a college fund or anything of the sort. Instead, we want to let you know McLaren now offers a lease option.
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With the British carmaker having received requests for such financial schemes since 2011 when it returned to building street vehicles, Woking has finally managed to make it happen, albeit for the US clientele only.

In order to allow you to tell your wife that you can lease a McLaren for as little as $2,200* per month, McLaren has joined forces with Ally Financial. We're talking about a company that used to operate under GM's umbrella. Following two years of loss, the former GMAC exited the General Motors realm, becoming profitable in 2010 and turning to the name it uses today.

We're talking about a closed-end lease program that, for now, includes the $184,900 570S, as well as the $269,500 650S.

"We are thrilled to announce the addition of leasing to our purchasing options, and fulfill what has been a regular request from our customers and dealers since we first set up U.S. operations in 2011. Ally Financial has been a wonderful partner to develop this bespoke program with, and we are excited to launch it today," says Anthony Joseph, President of McLaren North America.

"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," the exec adds.

Now, before you start making plans about a visit to the local track, make sure you fully cover the terms and conditions implied by the "*" above. A track day subscription would also be nice.

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