Everything You Need To Know About Leasing A New Car This Labor Day Weekend

Labor Day weekend doesn’t just mark the end of summer (except here in Texas, where that usually drags on to mid-November) and the start of fall, it’s also one of the best times of the year to buy a new car. You or someone you know might be doing that this weekend, and if so they might be considering leasing. »9/06/15 2:47pm9/06/15 2:47pm

You Can Lease This Electric Car For Virtually Nothing

Leasing might get a bad rap among some folks, but when an all-electric Fiat leases so cheap the fuel savings neutralize your lease payments, that’s a tough deal to pass up. A bunch of California racers recently took advantage of this offer and snatched more than 80 Fiat 500e models in a single weekend. »3/23/15 11:45am3/23/15 11:45am

How To Lease A Car Without Being A Douchenozzle 

So you finally landed that office job where you have to put on a suit and use pointless buzzwords. Here's the problem: All your coworkers drive fancy cars. You want to "look the part" and not show up with your rusted-out beater, but you can't make the payments on, say, a Bimmer or a Lexus. Or can you? Welcome to… »3/09/15 2:22pm3/09/15 2:22pm

Four Reasons Why Leasing Is Smarter Than Buying 

Welcome everyone to round three of the Car Buying "Great Debate" series. In the party-pooper corner, Tavarish says that leasing a new car is really just a slavery-inducing rental and you are throwing money away. However, if you work the numbers right, leasing a vehicle may be the smarter way to drive a new car. »1/22/15 12:03pm1/22/15 12:03pm

The Tesla Model 3 Could Lease For About $200 Per Month

Elon Musk announced yesterday that the upcoming Model 3 would be priced at $35,000 before any incentives. This is a tall order and I am skeptical if Musk can actually deliver, but if he does, he will drop a bomb on the highly competitive entry level luxury lease market. The Model 3 may even be the cheapest luxury car… »1/14/15 1:17pm1/14/15 1:17pm

The $29,900 Mercedes Was Nothing More Than A Marketing Gimmick 

In September 2013 Mercedes released the compact CLA for $29,900. It was the first "affordable" Benz since the C coupe that Mercedes would much rather forget about. That sub $30k price was a hook to get new lessees into the dealership, and it worked. Just fifteen months later Mercedes quietly raised the price. »12/15/14 8:33am12/15/14 8:33am

Should I Buy A Certified Pre-Owned Luxury Car Or Lease A New One?

I really like the new BMW 228i but it is out of my price range. It would seem that a CPO 128i might be a good alternative. I have a budget of about $25,ooo and would be willing to use 5 grand for a down payment. However, I don't drive that much and I'm thinking that leasing might be an option. What should I do? »8/25/14 10:06am8/25/14 10:06am