Shopping for a new car can be a real pain in the trunk. Endless research, test drives, haggling with salespeople and digging through the fine print of sales contracts might leave you wondering if it’s better to just go around by bicycle instead.
One option, to take the stress and mess out of car shopping, is to hire an auto broker. These professionals specialize in locating cars and negotiating with dealerships to get the best prices for their clients.
When you think car leasing, do you think long-term commitment?
The average car lease is 24 or 36 months, so it’s no surprise you have that impression. Many people who want the ease and flexibility of leasing a car are put off by the lengthy contract period.
However, this isn’t always the case. There are actually a few ways to lease a car for only a few months, though it might take a little more effort or expense than a standard contract. Check out these short-term car leasing options and see if they could work for you.
Many people don’t realize it, but absolutely you can! It’s a bit unconventional but a used car lease can actually save you quite a bit of money, as compared to leasing a new version of the same vehicle.
Not every dealership offers leases on used cars, and few will advertise it, but many will provide for this if you ask. Read on to learn how used car leasing works, how you can get great deals with it, and how to know if it’s right for you.
CAPITAL MOTOR CARS, LLC SET TO OPEN IN MARLTON, NJ – RAFFLE OFF CAR AT GRAND OPENING EVENT
MARLTON – July 25, 2018 – Capital Motor Cars, New Jersey’s largest auto leasing dealer, today announced the grand opening of a new retail location in Marlton, NJ. The grand opening event will be held on Sunday, August 12th from 11 AM – 4 PM and will be open to the public.
The event will feature a grand-prize raffle of term lease on a brand new, 2018 Ram 1500 Express Quad Cab, courtesy of Capital Motor Cars. The drawing will be held LIVE on the official Capital Motor Cars Facebook page at a date to be determined.
“We’re introducing a place where individuals can shop for any make or model vehicle and have it delivered to their front door in less than 48 hours. It’s a service that’s unique, convenient and available at no cost at all to the client,” said CEO Christopher Amico.
The grand opening event will also include a number of brand new vehicles on full display, music and family entertainment, and catering provided by Primo Hoagies. All qualified guests will also receive a voucher good for $100 off the monthly price of a lease for the first six months.
“As a Medford resident, I am very excited to bring our hassle-free, new car buying experience to the South Jersey community,” said Vice President Mark Onbashian.
Capital Motor Cars, LLC, New Jersey’s only fully licensed and bonded auto leasing dealer, is your personal automotive liaison with automobile dealers. Offering all makes and models, Capital Motor Cars is committed to taking the hassle out of car shopping by providing a true concierge service from start to finish. For more information, visit: www.capitalmotorcars.com.
Do you need to get out of your car lease contract? Maybe you bit off more than you can chew, or you’re going through a rough patch with your finances, and you can’t afford the payments anymore. Maybe your family is growing and you can’t squeeze everyone into the same little car anymore. Or maybe you’re just ready for a new vehicle.
A lease agreement is not an unbreakable contract. You and the car are not bound together until death (or the end of the lease period) do you part – although many car dealerships would like you to believe it!
It’s true, getting out of a car lease early is not simple. If you just return the car to the dealership, you’ll face heavy fines.
But that’s not the only way! Check out these four ways to free yourself from your contract, without breaking the bank or ruining your credit.
Are you looking to lease a car but not sure how to pay for it? As in, you literally don’t know what’s going on with the finance side of a lease contract?
You’re not alone. Except for professionals, few people know how the financial process of leasing a car works, and even fewer know how to use it to their best advantage.
Not understanding the process can cost you money: unexpected fees, not-so-prime rates and simply missing out on great deals you didn’t know were open to you.
On the other hand, a little knowledge can really put you ahead in the search for the best lease deal. You might be able to avoid common fees, benefit from special discounts and get a much better rate on a car than you thought you could.
In this article, I’ll explain exactly how a lease works financially, from the side of the banks that hold the lease, and also from the lessee’s perspective. Along the way, you’ll learn how to get the best possible deal on your next lease car.
You Need To Get Out of Your Lease Early. Now What?
Are you in a lease that is not up yet, but you’ve been itching for an early upgrade? Maybe your family has expanded, or you’re looking to get into something sportier, or you just want to step into that 2019 model that was just released. No matter the reason, you need to get into that new vehicle as soon as possible, but you’re still stuck with months left on your current lease.
It’s officially Summer! Time to soak up the sun while driving something cool and smooth this season! Why waste your money on gas? On your summer road trip, you shouldn’t have to worry about the cost of fueling up your gas tank every hour. We’ve complied a list of 2018’s top five hottest and fuel-efficient summer rides for you to take your pick from!
It’s no secret: buying a car requires a lot of money. Money you often have to borrow. A low credit score makes a hefty loan from the bank close to impossible or with exorbitant interest rates. In order to borrow less, you must put down more and sometimes that just isn’t feasible. Car leasing in designed to help you in many different ways, one of them being a great credit booster. A few different factors are taken into consideration when calculating your credit score.