TIPS ON LEASING OR RENTING A CAR / VEHICLE – SEWA KERETA

tips on leasing or renting a car vehicle kereta sewa

Many of us for sure prefer more to buy a new car than leasing or renting a car (sewa kereta) which will cost you more but at the end, you didnt have the rights as the owner of the car. But some people prefer to lease a car because of they like to drive different car in their life.

TIPS ON LEASING OR RENTING A CAR / VEHICLE SEWA KERETA

Leasing a car or renting a car isn’t for everyone. If you’re like me and keep your car for many, many years then leasing isn’t for you. If however, you don’t get “attached” to a vehicle as some of us do, and you like having a new car every few years then leasing or renting may be for you.

Today’s cars are built very well and you can expect to get a good amount of mileage from your car. You can expect at least 150,000 km. If you purchase a car you may have five years of payments, but your car may last eight to ten years. This means three to five years of no monthly car payments. However, as your car ages, the need for upkeep goes up too. With more mileage on you car things start to break down and costs to keep your car up mechanically may go up. It’s doubtful though that what you pay out for maintenance and car repair will ever be as much as monthly payments would be.

tips on leasing or renting a car vehicle

When you lease a car you make monthly payments as you would if you purchased a car outright. But, when a lease is up you have nothing to show for it. These monthly payments may be somewhat less than if you were buying the car.┬áRenting a car usually requires large down payments and security deposits, taxes and fees. It isn’t necessarily cheaper up front than buying a car. Also, when you lease a car you have mileage restrictions. A lease generally allows between 18,000 and 25,000┬ákm annually. If you go over that amount you pay for each mile. This can really add up.

Leasing doesn’t mean you don’t have to pay for upkeep. You are held to the manufacturers specified servicing schedule for your vehicle. If you don’t have the required maintenance performed this can void your lease.
If you want to end the lease early there are generally large termination fees. At the end of your lease if there is damage to the car, or if there are missing parts you will be charged for them.

Make sure if you are considering leasing a vehicle that you understand all the fine print in the contact and all possible extra costs before signing on the dotted line.

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2 Responses

  1. trecy machuki says:

    how much would it cost to lease a proton; satria neo for a period of 2yrs for personal and/or business use??? what are the monthly payments, benefits and drawbacks. please inform me from every possicble angle. thankyou

  2. Niemans says:

    Pick up a classified add on any national newspaper and you’ll get loads of leads and informations. Make sure you view the car first and before signing also make sure you have a camera in hand to snap the car for any imperfection such as scratch marks, minor dents, rim conditions, etc.

    You know what? This minor practice with the camera has save my fren from footing up costly repair bill and saving herself from unnecessary argument because of the proof in hand.

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