Aston Martin Offers Affordable U.S. Leasing Programs For New 2015 Models

May 01, 2015 03:40 PM EDT | Matt Mercuro

Leasing an Aston Martin just got a whole lot easier, as the British automaker has reached a new lease and retail finance partnership with Ally Financial.

The partnership is big news, especially for Aston Martin fans who have dreamed about cruising around in a car like James Bond but couldn't afford the payments. 

More affordable monthly payment programs will become available by mid-May at Aston Martin's 37 dealerships in the U.S., according to Ally Financial.

So far, the agreement applies to all new 2015 Aston Martin vehicles, like the V8 and V12 Vantage, the four-door Rapide S, and the impressive DB9.

"We are delighted to finalize this exciting arrangement with Ally Financial," said Julian Jenkins, Aston Martin's president in the Americas, in a press statement. "We undertook an extensive search for a financial services provider and believe Ally Financial with their extensive experience in the industry, are ideally placed to meet the high standards our customers expect."

So how good are the deals? Here's one example: an Aston Martin V12 Vantage coupe, which normally sells for about $185,220, will be available for a low price of $1,900 a month.

The Rapide S meanwhile can be had for just $2,300 per month, according to Ally Financial.

"Ally offers a distinctive customer-centric approach that aligns with Aston Martin's brand philosophy that will appeal to their customers," said Tim Russi, president of auto finance at Ally, in a press statement. "We look forward to developing a strong relationship with the network of US dealerships and providing long-term value to the Aston Martin brand."

Don't expect any sweet payment plans for the next Bond ride though. Just 10 of the silver DB10's will be made specifically for 007's next movie, "Spectre," which is due to reach theaters on November 6.

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