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lease vs purchase

choochoomanchoochooman Posts: 37
edited May 2018 in Jeep
why would anyone lease instead of buying, you got big rebates when you buy almost 6K, you don't have to pay an accusation fee, or disposal fee, or the full interest of the selling price you are not limited to millage ,they go over the vehicle at turn in to see if any thing they see damaged for you to pay, if tires are low tread they can charge for new tires you can't sell it to the dealer so you get no money. If you want to keep the vehicle you pay all the above fees and then you have to pay the fees for purchase, I would look at all the fees and rebates buy, drive for 36-48 months then trade or sell it you will have money to buy your next vehicle, or if you keep it you still are ahead

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  • Mr_ShiftrightMr_Shiftright Sonoma, CaliforniaPosts: 64,490
    Leases don't always make economic sense but they can make other kinds of "sense"--for one thing, lease payments might be lower than loan payments, so someone could lease a higher "class" of car for the same money as purchasing a lesser trim level or brand.

    Another attraction is that you get to turn the car over after 2-3 years, allowing you the opportunity to drive the newest models with all the innovative features that your 4-5 year old car might lack.

    You can also just walk away after 2-3 years if the car proves problematic.
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