And so, you want to lease a new car. That’s awesome. You’ll be saving lots of the greenbacks here. But since you’ve never done it before, you’ve decided it’s best to do a little research first. Like I said, awesome. Welcome to Everything You Need to Know about Leasing a Car.
So, why lease a car, anyway? That is a very good question. There are a number of reasons, but let’s start with a couple of the lesser reasons and work our way into the big reasons compiled by Free Opinion IST.
Reason 1) You want to drive a newer car.
If you want to drive a new car, but can’t afford to drive a new car and pay the car payment and insurance and gasoline and maintenance and blah, blah, blah, then you would do well to lease that car. Leasing a car will help you get into a newer car without adding all of the back end stuff, because you won’t own the car, so someone else will be taking care of all of the boring stuff for you.
Reason 2) You want to drive a nicer car than you can afford to buy.
If you want to drive a nicer car than you can afford to buy, then you would probably find leasing a car to be a good way to do that. Leasing a car can be cheaper than buying a car and you can lease a nicer car than you would be able to afford to buy.
Reason 3) You like the feel of a new car.
If you really like the feel and smell and sound and appearance of a brand new car, then leasing a car is a great way to do that without getting into something you can’t afford or something that will be a doozy to keep looking great.
Reason 4) Your credit score is less than perfect.
Leasing a car is perfect for people with poor credit who would like to drive a car they feel is too expensive to buy. You won’t be stuck with a bad car and you won’t have to worry about fixing it and repairing it and watching it and cleaning it and loving it and caring for it and hello? Where did you go? You’re gone. Back to Reason 1.
And finally, the big reason to lease a car:
Reason 5) You don’t want to own a car at all.
If you don’t want to own a car at all, then leasing a car is a great way to not own one while driving all over the place. With the gas being so expensive these days, you’d do well to lease a car for driving to lots of places.
That’s pretty much it. When you lease a new car, you won’t actually own it, but you’ll have access to new cars. You’ll have access to new cars insurance, so you won’t have to pay the impoundment fee of the DMV. And you’ll have access to new cars visually. If you’re one of those people who loves new cars, then leasing a car is the way to go. It’s the way to go.
Okay. You’re done reading that. You’re done reading Everything You Need to Know about Leasing a Car. You know what you need to know, I hope. If not, then you’ll love to know that Everything You Need to Know about Leasing a Car is available in paperback and Kindle edition, both of which are available at Amazon.com.
The ebook edition is also available at iTunes and Barnes & Noble and other places.
Now, go out there and get all the green money you need to lease a car. Because you want a new car and a new car is a new car is a new car.
Leasing is pretty awesome
So, you’re probably thinking that it sounds like leasing is pretty awesome. It is, but there are some things you need to know about leasing a car before you just go out and lease one. For instance, did you know that people who lease cars always get the nicest looking car available for the model year? And they always get it with leather seats and all sorts of other fun stuff? And they always get the nicest looking wheels and really cool hubcaps and too many other things to name here.
If you need a new car because your current car is no longer looking as good as it should, then leasing a car can help you get a new car without getting stuck with an ugly one. And if you don’t want to own the car, but you want to drive it around and do stuff with it, then leasing can help you do that.
And even though the nice hubcaps and wheels and leather seats are very nice, they do come with some costs. You need to know about these costs before they’re sitting on your invoice at the end of the lease. Let’s do that now.