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Used Car Leasing

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Used car leasing is a good option if you require a car but cannot finance it yourself. Leasing a used car is easy and trouble-free but it is a good idea to shop around to make sure that you are getting the best possible second hand car. Leasing deals can be very attractive with one of the main benefits being affordability - because car leasing is based on the depreciation of a vehicle's value, you will not be paying as much as you would with a new car. Things to consider before leasing a used car are:

  • Monthly Payments - Make sure you have negotiated a fair price
  • Mileage – check the mileage on the used car. It should be around15,000 miles/year
  • Repair costs – leasing a used cars generally means that you will not have a warranty, therefore once you have signed the contract, existing problems will be your responsibility
  • Check your contract to avoid any unexpected add-on fees or charges

Leasing experts, Capex can provide a free quote and run through your used car leasing options. Fill in the form and an Business Finance Quotes advisor will call you back.

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