If you routinely trade your vehicle in every few years then buying or financing does not make a lot of sense as new vehicles depreciate fastest during the first few years.
If you drive more then average then leasing may not be in your best interest. Most leases have a set mileage amount for the period of the lease. Any excess mileage may cost you big when it comes time to return the vehicle.
If you do not usually take good care of your vehicles or due to work are very hard on a vehicle the excess wear and tear charges that may be levied on you once your lease is up may not make an suv lease a good deal.
In conclusion you can see that deciding on a new 2016 SUV lease may make sense in certain circumstances. Always due your homework and research before you enter into any new SUV lease to see if that is the best solution for you.