Look at it this way: Joe Smith leases a car only to return it 36 months later with only 9,000 miles on it (this happens more than you think). Joe really wasted his money. Joe could have spent a little more per month for an extra few years and ended up with a car that is totally paid off and has plenty of useful life left.
Well, it works the same way in reverse. Susan has a long commute and has estimated that she needs around 20,000 miles per year. Susan can get into a traditional finance contract for 60 months. If she does so, she will have to pay around $450 per month with $0 down for a nicely equipped Honda Civic. By the time it is finally paid off, her little commuter will have 100,000 miles on it and she will have spent money on brakes and tires. If she wants to trade it in, she will have a little equity in the car, but not much. (Let's not forget that she really wants to trade it in early, but she owes more than the car is worth!)
On the other hand, Superior can help Susan build a lease through American Honda Finance Company that will build in 40,000 miles for 24 months. This way, Susan can spend about half monthly of what she would have had to pay for a conventional loan, and will have no over-mileage charges at the end of the lease. The best part? Before those tires start showing their wear-bars, Susan's lease is over and is now driving the new Ford Fusion that she thinks is soooo pretty!
So remember - if you only use your car for a Sunday drive, leasing may not be for you. But for the road warriors out there who live in the car, don't be scared. You will find that Superior Leaseway can get you on the road with peace of mind.