Leasing isn’t for everyone, but if it works for you, know that shopping for leases isn’t as simple as purchasing a car with a loan. You may be in the market for one car and be surprised to learn that you can lease a more expensive one for less.
In the U.S., the tax filing deadline is a little more than a week away. If you’re one of those people who waits until the last minute, here’s how your car might figure into that.
Cadillac is going to have a hell of a time catching up to BMW, the automaker that currently holds the top spot in luxury car sales. However, with General Motors’ recent lease offer on the 464 horsepower Cadillac ATS-V, you could blitz past an M3 for about the same payment as a BMW 340i sedan.
Now that internet car shopping has become more commonplace, some dealerships are doing everything in their power to avoid giving you a written quote. One of the newest tactics is requiring you to submit a credit application in order to send you a price. Don’t fall for this.
Car shopping wisdom says that you could save big by choosing a leftover when a new model comes out. Dealers are more likely to discount the previous generation and make room for the refreshed car on the lots. However, when shopping for a lease the older car might not be the best value.
An auto lease trade-in website is offering assistance to the trustee liquidating Bernard Madoff's assets to escape the lease contracts of six vehicles Madoff's firm had rented. How selflessly magnanimous of them. Right.
The Wall Street Journal reports this morning the super number one awesome best automaker from the land of the rising sun said it will set aside major reserves for its first quarter to cover losses from vehicle leases in the U.S. And with that, Toyota now follows Chrysler, GM and Ford into the land of plummeting used…