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Question to Ask Before You Lease a New Car

Ask several key lease questions and you will demonstrate to the dealer that you have done your research and have a grasp of the essential elements of lease.

Answers Will Shed Light on the essential Elements of a good lease deal

Check Some Questions Below:

1. Are there any lease specials?

2. What is the car's residual value?

3. What is interest rate?

4. How many miles does the lease include?

5. What fees does the lease have?

6. Does the lease contract allow it to be transferred to a new owner?

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I never understood

why an Individual would lease .

My sister and neighbor lease and have a perpetual car payment .....

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Lease End Protection Program

Also, if you are new in car leasing, you must consider the lease end protection program. It will help you eliminate the worry of excess wear and tear charges at the time of your lease turn-in. In my case, my company offers coverage within 90 days of vehicle purchase or lease up to $5000 in coverage!

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You may not get the most honest answer....

... but I would always ask the car dealer, what are the known issues with this model.

What is the most common TGW (Thing Gone Wrong)...

They may not tell you the truth, but definately worth an ask Happy

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