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Old May 1st 2012, 4:38 pm   #1
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Was looking at changing my car..when i saw a couple of lease take overs that seemed pretty good deals..but are they?...has anyone done one of these before?
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My cousin's husband took over a lease of mine. The paperwork was straightforward with minimal costs to transfer. It was convenient for both parties. If someone's put in a healthy deposit initially you get to take advantage of that (lower monthly payments), just make sure the mileage allowance gives you enough headroom, and the vehicle's condition isn't going to cause you unexpected bills at the end of the lease term.
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My cousin's husband took over a lease of mine. The paperwork was straightforward with minimal costs to transfer. It was convenient for both parties. If someone's put in a healthy deposit initially you get to take advantage of that (lower monthly payments), just make sure the mileage allowance gives you enough headroom, and the vehicle's condition isn't going to cause you unexpected bills at the end of the lease term.
well im looking at 2010 Audi A4 with a year left on the lease they are offering a $2500 incentive has done 42k has 45k left on the allowance..I do between 15-20K a year.
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well im looking at 2010 Audi A4 with a year left on the lease they are offering a $2500 incentive has done 42k has 45k left on the allowance..I do between 15-20K a year.
Sounds like a safe bet then. Are you leasing to off-set costs against a business? If not, is a lease really a good way to spend $ on running a car?
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