Leasing with Ride N Drive
There is a reason more drivers today are choosing vehicle leasing instead of traditional auto Finance methods: for many drivers, leasing is more affordable, flexible, and enjoyable than buying. If you enjoy driving a new car every three to four years, want to reduce your monthly payment and wish to pay less upfront, with lower commitment, auto leasing can be an excellent choice.
Drive the car you want
You would not buy a house if you knew it was going to go down in value. You would not invest in stocks knowing you were going to lose money. Why buy a car knowing it is going to lose value? Leasing gives you the ability to get a different car every three to four years, and never worry about being upside down.
Enjoy lower monthly payments
No matter which vehicle you choose, well work hard to ensure a monthly payment that makes sense for you. In some cases, you may pay half as much for vehicle leasing as you would for a purchase, monthly.
Pay less upfront
You do not need a large down payment for Used auto lease. Many auto finance companies routinely charge 10% or more of the purchase price of a vehicle----but with Our used vehicle leasing program you are only required to pay your first monthly payment upfront.
Get a new car every 3 or 4 years
Drive away in a new vehicle today and when your lease is up, trade it in for something different-----without increasing your car payment or dealing with the hassle of trading in a car worth thousands less than you paid for it. Auto leasing lets you drive a newer car, more often.
Enjoy a great car without the commitment
With our leasing program, you can enjoy driving any car you choose, without making a long-term commitment. Vehicle leasing terms are shorter than most auto finance purchase agreements---and at the end of your lease, its easy to switch to a different vehicle.
Leasing for a business? There may be tax benefits
If you are leasing a vehicle to use in your business, you may be able to write off a portion of your auto leasing payments as a tax deduction. Ask your tax preparer for more information.