Yes, you can get a better deal on leases at specific times because of MFG incentives. In my case the lease had $3,500 in incentives compared to only $1,000 in purchase. Combined with 9% under invoice + MFG incentives gave me about $10k off in total. The one aspect of leasing is making sure the dealer isn't marking up the MF% and the residuals change over time - I ran into this at a few dealers. For reference the residual on my 19' Trailhawk was .49 if I recall which in general terms actually is on the low side.I’m curious, if you lease or finance the vehicle will you get a better price versus paying cash. Some of these deals seem very impressive at roughly 20% below MSRP. I’ve historically bought cars coming off lease and mostly found on eBay. The two new Jeeps I’ve purchased in the last 15 months have been the exception to my norm, both were bought at about 5% below “dealer cost”, which is a misnomer I’m sure.