This is part two of a two part Across the Lot episode series. This week we will look at the financial aspects that should be considered when deciding to purchase or lease a vehicle. You can find last weeks discussion on the qualitative aspects of leasing and buying a vehicle here.
In this episode learn:
The financial differences between leasing and buying a vehicle, how Ford and Toyota have come together, and how we might be seeing more red light cameras.
Show Length: 24:06
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.
Special Guest: Kody Lowe, New Car Sales Manager – Lebanon Ford
00:45 Discussion Topic: Financial aspects of leasing and buying a vehicle
- 00:51 JC Q1: Do I need good credit to lease a car?
- 01:22 ZB Q2: What are the financial benefits of leasing over buying? Are there benefits of buying over leasing?
- 02:33 JC Q3: Are 0% loan payments less than lease payments for the same car?
- 03:06 ZB Q4: Is leasing a vehicle the same as renting?
- 04:08 JC Q5: What options are on the table when you’re nearing your lease termination?
- 04:34 ZB Q6: Is leasing to own a vehicle typically a bad idea?
- 05:07 ZB Q7: Are there options for people who lease a vehicle and end up wanting out of it?
- 06:15 JC Q8: Can a dealership “buy out” my current lease and get me into a new lease?
- 06:59 JC Q9: What penalties are there for people who lease a vehicle and don’t maintain or take care of the vehicle?
You can find Kody Lowe at www.lebanon-ford.com, by email at email@example.com, or by phone at 513-932-1010
08:00 Answers of the week from last week’s question: Do you like to lease or buy your vehicles? Why?
09:27 Off the Lot News and Notes
09:35 Jeff: Ford and Toyota: A Joint Venture?
22:50 Question of the Week: Do you care about your car and how it looks?
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Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed on Across the Lot are those of the authors and guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of Lebanon Ford.