Why lease a new Honda vehicle?
Leasing a new Honda vehicle allows people to have a brand new Honda car, truck or SUV as well as save money on the upfront costs that are normally associated with financing a vehicle to buy. Also with the affordable and flexible leasing terms, leasing a new Honda vehicle allows shoppers to change vehicles more often than they would likely be able to do should they have chosen the financing route. When someone is leasing a new Honda vehicle, they are largely paying for the depreciation of the vehicle over the life of the lease. This will almost always result in a lower monthly payment versus financing a vehicle.
What sets a Honda Leadership Lease apart?
Right off the bat, Honda Leadership Leasing offers a set of highly competitive rates for the lease agreement as well a range of options that are sure to fit within the budgets of many working families. A Honda Leadership Lease contracts typically last from 24 to 60 months. Someone can choose to take part in our One-Payment Leasing Program that is exactly as easy and convenient as it sounds. Our Honda leases usually are for 12,000 or 15,000 miles, however, customers can choose to purchase some extra miles along the way to help avoid any overages. Honda Leadership Leasing has built-in Guaranteed Asset Protection, an excessive wear and tear wavier and a guaranteed purchase price that is locked-in at the time of signing.
End of your Honda Leadership Lease?
Once your Honda Leadership Lease has expired, you have a number of options in front of you. You may choose to turn in your current vehicle and pick out a new one to lease and take home. Some people change their mind and then decide to finance a vehicle from Continental Honda. Finally, some people choose to buy the vehicle that they have been leasing from us. All of these are excellent options. Any Continental Honda sales professional will be able to help you determine which one is going be the best for you.
When your Honda Leadership Lease is up, you will have to have your Honda vehicle inspected for excessive wear and damage. For more information about your rights and responsibilities at the end of your lease agreement, contact a Continental Honda sales professional at (708) 352-6000.
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