If your old car has been through the wringer and you’re thinking about a new vehicle, you might be considering whether leasing is a good option for you. Or maybe you’re pretty sure you want to lease a 2018 Jeep® Grand Cherokee or 2018 Jeep Wrangler, but aren’t quite sure what the process entails. Today we’re going to take a look at some of the basics of leasing, so you know what is involved and can decide if it’s the right choice for you.
One of the major advantages of leasing a vehicle is that you only commit for a few years, and then you can upgrade. If you’re a person who always wants the most up-to-date models and latest technology, leasing is a great way to accomplish that. Another big plus to a lease is that it requires less money down than a purchase. Leases typically require a small amount down, and then monthly payments during the lease term. Most leases run 24 or 36 months, although some can be as little as 12 months or up to 48 months. During this time, you’ll need to pay attention to your mileage – leases come with mileage caps, so if you typically put a lot of miles on your car, you might want to reconsider leasing. Once you’ve thought through the pros and cons, leasing is a simple process with the help of our friendly Jeep dealers. Set your budget and decide what kind of lease terms you’re looking for, then come on in for a test drive and some expert advice!
Leasing is a great alternative to purchasing for a lot of drivers – and if you fall in love with your car, you can always ask about purchasing at the end of the lease period rather than returning your vehicle! Visit Executive Jeep today to ask about our current Jeep lease deals. Branford, CT and other New Haven, CT area drivers can keep up with the latest and best in Jeep SUVs when they lease their next car at our North Haven, CT Jeep dealership.