Best Pinterest Boards of All Time About Car Leasing
Pinterest is a brilliant way of getting quick and easy facts about car leasing!
Pinterest is a great format if you don’t enjoy reading loads of text and can make reading about car leasing really interesting and interactive!
Follow the link and make a Pinterest account in order to view the best Pinterest boards about car leasing: https://uk.pinterest.com/explore/car-leasing/
Let’s look at some of the facts you can learn from these Pinterest boards, some of them may surprise you!
- Because you are not buying the whole car, monthly payments are generally between 30% and 60% lower when you lease than when you buy.
- Depending on the terms of your lease, you can get a brand new car every two to four years. This obviously depends on whether you decide to go ahead with leasing a new car when you lease runs out.
- Service plans are usually covered in the lease, which can save you up to £600 a year on fees.
- You are usually asked to put down a deposit when you lease, but you can take up a lease without any down payment at all.
- You can get a fancier car! For instance, you can lease a BMW 328i for three years for the same monthly payments it would take you to purchase a Toyota Camry.
- There are mileage caps with leases, which means that if you go over the agreed mileage you may encounter unexpected charges.
- A lease car is essentially a borrowed car, any excessive wear and tear will be held against you. Again, you may encounter charges.
- Any modification is a no-no with a leased car. New sound systems, exhaust systems or after-market tuning is no allowed.
- Choose the right car, cars which have predicted high resale values are likely to have lower monthly payments.
- Learn whether a lease car is right for you with a few simple questions on this Pinterest board: https://uk.pinterest.com/pin/527554543824609881/
- There are lots of different lease plans, talk to experts to decide whether leasing is right for you.
- Do not lease longer than 2-4 years, after this you will not be covered by the manufacturers warranty.
- Make sure you get GAP insurance; this is usually included but it is best to check.
- Make sure you agree a realistic mileage limit to avoid charges- always agree more than you need if you are worries you may go over.
- Understand that you are responsible for monthly payments, insurance, damage repairs and staying within your mileage allowance.
Head over to Pinterest to find out more about car leasing!