Once there is a recognition that a closed-end lease plan is preferable, some questions then arise.
Unlike purchasing a car, which is a simple one-dimensional structure where you compare one dealer’s offer against another -- assuming of course that you are comparing the exact same model -- and choose the least expensive of the two, it’s not the same when comparing one closed-end lease contract to another. It’s not just a machine you are acquiring; you are also receiving a service of distinctive levels depending on the package chosen.
Packages – There are, inside the closed-end lease contract family, 3 major categories of service levels
To derive the optimal outcome of reducing transportation costs, you need to know when to apply a specific service package to achieve that desired result.
We can guide you in understanding, first, if leasing of any variation is right for you, and if so, which closed-end lease package will produce the maximum benefit for your situation.
Example - It's currently a popular choice to choose a closed-end lease plan that includes the automobile insurance costs in the monthly payment. Should you take a closed-end plan with insurance included? The answer is conditional - sometimes yes and sometimes no. It can only be fully assessed with a comprehensive understanding of the not-so-well-known aspects of how such a plan is constructed.
Before you venture on your own, please complete this short questionnaire. Then we can set a time to discuss your options, and should you wish, we will guide you through the entire process, in addition to providing added value not easily found elsewhere.