Part 1: To Lease or To Buy, That is the Question (Across the Lot)


This is part one of a two part Across the Lot episode series. This week we will look at the qualitative aspects that should be considered when deciding to purchase or lease a vehicle. Next week, we will discuss the financial differences of leasing versus buying a vehicle.

 

In this episode learn:

How a dealership has completely ruined their reputation, things you should ask yourself before deciding to lease or buy your next vehicle, and who won a Ford vs. Chevy truck tug of war. (hint, it wasn’t the Chevy).

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Show Length: 30:16 (We had a lot to talk about after our vacation!)

Presented by: Lebanon Ford

Lebanon Ford is a new and used car dealership located in Lebanon, Ohio, serving the greater Cincinnati and Dayton area. Lebanon Ford; Connect, Engage, Drive.

 

Show Notes

00:23 Presenting the Midnight Edition of the Across the Lot Podcast

02:21 Listener responses to last week’s question of the week; What are some things you would like to know regarding your credit and purchasing a vehicle?

03:39 Off the Lot News and Notes

03:43 Zach: Let State Farm spy on your driving, get cheaper insurance

06:45 Zach: Another dealership refusing to honor eBay Motors sale

16:10 Jeff: Ford vs. Chevrolet monster truck tug-of-war is a fight to the finish

19:27 Discussion Topic: Qualitative influences to consider when deciding to purchase or lease a vehicle

http://www.leaseguide.com/lease03.htm

28:30 Question of the weekDo you lease or buy your vehicles? Why?

 

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