Nothing I have read here is good at all, seems like high pay rental with nothing to show in the end.
Seems an option to stay away from, straight out financing may be her best bet. I will pass on all information and let her make the decision to lease or buy, but I am sure it will be a buy, then if she gets tired of the vehicle she can always trade it out after a year or two.
Goodnatured, Yes it really is something people should stay away from. I relize a lot of younger people may do this smart lease thing because they never keep the car long and do not want the hassle of repairs. I imagine this would appeal tothe more finacially secure to but to us regular Joe we want to own our vehicle in the end.
I am from the old school, if I am paying for something I want to own it in the end. I guess that is why I always had trouble with renting a home, paying all that rent and not having anything to show. Some people rent for years and years and just keep feeding the landlords bank accounts.
I figure leasing a vehicle is about the same. Just my thoughts.
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