BMW says it has extended lease agreements with the two-series BMW M3 and 2 Series, allowing it to lease up to five cars from the automaker’s US dealer network.
BMW says that the leases will run through the end of 2019, with the option of renewal at the end or beginning of 2020.
BMW is currently leasing two cars from Toyota in North America and plans to lease another two vehicles from Nissan in 2019.
The leases will be effective in 2019 and 2021.
In April, the automaking giant said that it was ending lease agreements for the M3, M3 XL and M3 Sport models.
The company also said it was selling the M4, M4 XL and its new RAV4 SUV in the United States.