Every guy has a side of him that longs to own and drive his dream car, right?
Whether it be something that you openly show to the world, or whether it’s something that you keep to yourself to dream about, everyone has had that day dream of putting their foot down and letting the engine roar. Driving along, turning heads and completely loving life.
Whether you’re someone who loves exotics, or muscle cars, or even good old environmentally friendly hybrid cars, there is in fact a way to land yourself with the car of your dreams (of course, within your budget). We’d all love to speed around in an Aventador, but that’s even a dream for those who earn a six figure income. Read on to find out how you could bag a car that will turn those heads! And remember, you can even get a free car (yes, really) by playing BOTB.
That’s the question that’s on everyone’s lips. Do you lease a car or go for the finance option with the end result of owning the car at the end of the contract? Which way do you go?
Leasing allows you to drive around for a set period of time made by you and the dealership for a certain amount of money each month. This is usually for two or four years. You’re essentially renting the car from the company, so there will be an end date to your fun.
However, it’s an incredible amount cheaper than a financing option, and it also gives you the opportunity to lease yet another kickass car for you to cruise around in. Sites like www.allcarleasing.co.uk offer a wide range of very affordable cars to lease so once your contract is up you simply select another car and keep the dream alive.
The great part about leasing a car is that you don’t always necessarily have to find a deposit to put down on the car either. Whereas with financing you normally have to find quite a hefty deposit before the dealership will even sit down and speak with you about financing the car.
The costs of maintaining a lease car are also very likely to be a very decent price, because you don’t obtain ownership of the car, it’s covered under its manufacturer’s warranty. This even includes tyres and exhaust repairs, so you won’t have to worry about large costs being landed on you if something goes wrong with the car. And some companies will cover even more!
One of the advantages of being able to choose a new car to lease once your time is up is that you can try out different cars on a regular basis, and you can also take full advantage of cars that have better fuel economy, different types of cars, and also you can avoid depreciation on them.
So, as you can see there are many advantages of leasing rather than financing. While financing a car definitely has its own perks, leasing probably has the better perks.