What Is A Lease, And How Is It Different From Buying?

When you lease a vehicle, you're only paying for a portion of its actual cost instead of its entirety. A lease contract typically ranges from two to three years and has specific mileage allowances. At the end of your contract, you can choose to purchase the vehicle or return it to the dealer.

Purchasing the car typically means taking a loan and paying it back over a period that can be as short as 24 months or as long as 84 months. Most lenders will charge interest on a loan, and the rate will depend on your credit score and history of car ownership.

 

Where Is Leasing Theory Available?

Anywhere in the US.

 

Can I Return My Current Lease Before My Contract Ends?

Yes, we can help you get out of your lease and may also get your excess mileage, lease-end wear & tear, and disposition fees waived.

 

How Do I Get Started?

All you need is your vehicle identification number (VIN), along with some basic information regarding the condition of your car. Not sure where to find your VIN? The most common locations are in the front of the engine block, under the hood of the car, the driver's side interior dashboard, or the driver's door jamb when the door is open.

 

I Submitted My VIN For A Quote; What Happens Next?

1) Fill out the current lease information HERE

2) Appraisal Review: we'll review the initial quote and follow up with you if additional information is needed.

3) Submit Documents: request for additional paperwork such as your driver's license and registration, payoff documents, photos of your car, etc.

4) Finalize The Order: one of our leasing specialists will confirm the quote and wrap up all outstanding paperwork.

5) Schedule Pickup And Get Paid: we know our clients have unique needs and busy schedules, so we offer 3 different pickup options to choose from - your home, your office, or our office - at no extra cost.