Auto Financing or Leasing Stony Brook NY

Learning the differences between auto financing and leasing will help you decide which option is best for you. Read this article and know more.

Local Companies

Reliable Transportation
(631) 673-1884
150 Broadhollow Rd
Melville, NY
E-Z Car Express Inc
(212) 260-6900
2702 43rd Ave
Long Island City, NY
Grant City Cars
(718) 979-6200
1138 S Railroad Ave
Staten Island, NY
F & W Auto Repair
(585) 254-3381
Lake Avenue B35
Rochester, NY
Remsen Auto Service
(718) 552-2138
9722 Ditmas Ave
Brooklyn, NY
Any 1 Car Service
(212) 481-9200
99 Madison Ave
New York, NY
B & B Auto Repair
(585) 232-2342
238 Portland Ave
Rochester, NY
Floral Auto Repair Inc
(516) 358-1380
286 Jericho Tpke
Floral Park, NY
St Albans Hollis Car Service
(718) 479-0400
20010 Hollis Ave
Saint Albans, NY
Peoples Automotive Repair Inc
(718) 654-7248
2970 Paulding Ave
Bronx, NY

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It's like buying a new pair of shoes. Everyone has an opinion on the topic, but the best advice is to scope out which is the right fit for you.

Ownership

Leasing: You do not own the vehicle. You get to use it but you have to return it when your lease ends. If your lease vehicle has a purchase option, you may be able to purchase your vehicle during the term of the lease or at lease end.

Buying: You own the vehicle and you get to keep it when you pay off the amount owed under the financing contract.

Up-front costs

Leasing: The money you pay before you take possession of the car may include the first month's payment, a refundable security deposit, a capitalized cost reduction (like a down payment), taxes, registration and other fees, and other charges.

Buying: Up-front costs include the cash price or a down payment (if you finance), taxes, registration and other fees, and other charges.

Monthly payments

Leasing: When you lease a car, you are paying only for the vehicle's depreciation during the lease term plus rent charges (like interest), taxes, and fees and charges that may be owed during the lease. This usually makes monthly lease payments lower than monthly loan or other finance contract payments.

Buying: When you finance your purchase, you are paying for the entire purchase price of the vehicle, plus interest and other finance charges, taxes, and fees. This means that you're probably going to end up spending more on a finance monthly payment than on a lease monthly payment.


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