BMW on a Great Lease and Receive 2000$
QuebecLeasing ID: 4958
Body Style: 4 Door
Exterior Colour: blanc
Interior Colour: noir
Mileage: 28000 km
Orig. Payment Tax Included: $ 670.25
Lease Expires: August 14th, 2014
A beautiful opertunity to take over a Honda!
Cash Incentive: $ 5000.00
Lease takeover – lease transfer
Orig. Payment Before Tax: $ 517.28
Orig. Payment Tax Included: $ 589.31
Months Left: 54
Lease Expires: August 11th, 2016
Original Lease Term: 60
Lease Company: honda service financiers
End Of Lease Buyback: $ 13284.00
KM Allowance: 120000
Excess KM Charge: $ 0.12
Current Owner Pays Transfer: Yes
Very rare we see hybrid’s on lease takeovers, checkout the video on this one.
WE all remember that gloomy day in 2008 when GM filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy and opted to eliminate lease all together.
Since then they slowly introduced lease with certain makes and models, like cadilac’s CTS and XRS. The auto financing market is recovering quite nicely and GM has decided to launch Chevrolet and GMC leasing as well. GM just finished a promotion where you receive 1000$ rebate on your new lease if you transfer your lease on your old model regardless what make or model.
Companies like QuebecLeasing.com and Lease Buster saw an increase in sales cause of this promotion, Giovanni Lombardi CEO of Quebec Leasing was asked to share his insight on the matter, he was quoted on saying they’ve noticed also the increase of GM models appearing on there lease take-over website, mostly GMC makes.
One thing is fore sure GM started making good reliable cars and affordable to.
Ramone Franchi co-founder of QuebecLeasing.com and an expert in the automobile field said ” If anyone is considering buying a GM model then why not take-over someone’s lease for 10, 12, 15 month with no obligations of buying it and then regretting it.”
Taking over a lease is an excellent way of trying out a car before commiting to a 48-60 month finance on a new one..
So you ask why QuebecLeasing.com ?
Lease Busters is a good company we never deny it when asked, but if you want to sell your lease and you live in Quebec , what are the chances someone from Ontario will come take over your lease?
We came across a great article written by Michelle Canever for ehow.com.
Here is an exert..
Attempt a lease transfer. With a lease transfer, you transfer your car’s lease rights over to another person, and they are held accountable for paying on the lease. This is the best way to get rid of a leased car, but only works if you can find someone else to step in and if your lease company allows it.
Read more here : How to Get Rid of a Leased Car | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4487635_get-rid-leased-car.html#ixzz12MMzFwiV
Edmunds.com is one of the biggest, most informative and most trusted automotive websites in the world. The recently wrote a very informative article about automobile leasing titled “Auto leasing advice by Edmunds”
Article By Philip Reed, Senior Consumer Advice Editor:
Here at Edmunds.com, we get a lot of questions about leasing. The three most common — and hard to answer — are the following:
- How do I get out of my lease before the contract has expired?
- How do I buy my car at the end of the lease?
- How do I avoid extra charges at the end of the lease?
Read the full article here: (selling my lease)