Leasing terms are normally fixed to a period of months, often between 12 and 60. It all depends on the car you’re leasing and how much you pay each month. With car leasing, you never own the vehicle during the term. At the end of the contract the car is returned to the leasing company and you then have the opportunity to commence a new deal.
If you want to be driving the latest car models, you’ll have two main options, to buy the car outright or to lease. Buying outright means paying a substantial amount of money upfront – This is the retail price. When leasing a vehicle, the retail price is replaced by the ‘residual value’. After all, the leasing company will receive the car back in the future, so the only figure that needs to be calculated is how much the vehicle will have depreciated in value over this time. This is how your monthly leasing payments will be calculated. It means you’ll pay significantly less each month than if you bought the car outright. Plus, you have the same privilege of driving around in a brand new car.
Once the contract has drawn to a close you’ll need to return the vehicle and are then free to start a new leasing deal. Which? explain that car leasing is already popular in the States and how UK motorists are coming on board with the prospects.
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