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Are Leased Cars Good To Buy


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When it's time to buy a car, most of us consider three options: buying a new car, leasing a car, or buying a used car. If you decide to go the used car route, you can choose to buy a previously leased car, which can have some unique benefits and disadvantages worth taking into account.


Buying a previously leased car (also known as an off-lease vehicle) typically involves buying a certified pre-owned (CPO) car. A CPO car must be reviewed carefully and vetted to be classified as a car that's in better condition than similar used cars. In general, CPO cars tend to be cleaner, have lower miles, and have a better history than other used cars. CPO vehicles also come with certain protections against pricey repairs or defects, thanks to an extended manufacturer's warranty.


There are a variety of factors that determine the cost of a previously leased car, such as the make and model, condition, and current market prices. Generally, buying a previously leased car will cost less than buying a brand-new one, but that isn't always the case. Buying a gently used, previously leased car from a luxury automaker may very well cost more than buying a less expensive maker's base model.


Many used cars on the market that are only 2-3 years old were probably former leases. These returned to dealership lots after the lessee returned the vehicle, and now the dealer is selling the car as a pre-owned product. But is buying a previously leased car a good idea Or should you eliminate off-lease vehicles from your search


In many cases, a formerly leased car can be in pristine condition inside and out, and it can nab you a great price on more elite models. Like with any pre-owned purchase though, you should thoroughly inspect it before buying it.


If you call local dealers asking for help with your lease buyout, they may try to persuade you to let them pay you money for your leased car instead. Many people are getting calls from dealers asking to buy their leased cars and some offers sound pretty good. But are they


Another reason some drivers might buy their leased vehicle is to avoid additional fees accrued during the lease. If you exceed your allotted mileage or have tears in the upholstery or dents, the fines might mean a buyout could save you money if you can turn around and sell the car for a profit.


When your auto lease ends, you have a few options: Turn in the car and buy or lease a new one, or buy the car you're leasing from the leasing company. If you've fallen in love with your leased car, you may be tempted to buy it. Whether that's a good idea or not depends on its value, condition and mileage, as well as your budget. Here's how to decide if a lease buyout makes sense.


Like buying a car, leasing one typically involves making a large upfront payment and smaller monthly payments over the lease term (generally two or three years). The key difference is that a vehicle becomes yours when a loan is paid off, but you won't own a leased car when its lease is up. At the end of a lease, you return it to the lessor, who sells it through a dealership or at auction. They may also give you the option to buy it.


Lease agreements typically list a purchase or buyout price. This cost is commonly a combination of the vehicle's residual value (the vehicle's projected end-of-lease value that's determined at the beginning of the lease) and a purchase option fee the leasing company may charge. Unfortunately, the lease payments you've made on the car don't go toward buying it, so you'll have to either come up with the cash on your own, or secure financing that covers the vehicle's buyout price. When Should You Buy Your Leased Car Does buying your leased car make financial sense Ask yourself these questions to decide.


Also consider any other savings or costs from buying a leased car. For example, you'll generally pay less for registration and insurance for an older car than a newer one. However, older cars are typically more prone to mechanical problems and need




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