Many people who shop for a new vehicle are not very familiar with the differences between buying and leasing. Luckily, we’re here to help you. Learn about the different ways Heidebreicht can put you into the Chevy of your dreams below, and get back to enjoying the open road!
When you buy a vehicle, you have a little more freedom in what you can do. For example, you can drive as much as you want without having to worry about extra mileage fees being tacked on. You can also personalize your vehicle without fear of that investment being lost. Of course, you can personalize a leased vehicle, but when you return it you lose the money you put into those improvements. When the car is yours, you know you can sell it even more thanks to those improvements when the time comes for a new car. Finally, many people also like the idea of ownership and knowing the automobile is truly theirs; if you feel the same, buying an automobile may be in your best interest.
If you do not drive often, you may want to consider a lease. One of the major drawbacks is that most lease agreements only allow you to drive 15,000 miles a year (with each additional mile charged to you). However, if you typically stay under that amount, the fact that most leasing options are for two-to-three years means that your vehicle will almost always be under warranty, meaning you will never have to foot the bill for car repairs!
If you are unsure which financing option is best for you, come take our quiz! We can help you decide what will work for you to get you in a car you love.