Leasing an automobile is a great alternative to buying. It’s akin to a long-term rental. Instead of making payments toward purchasing a new vehicle, you make lease payments that cover its depreciation.
Leases typically last two or three years. At the end of your lease period, you can choose to purchase the vehicle or turn it in and lease another.
We all know that new vehicles are expensive. Leasing allows you to drive the latest vehicle without many of the downsides. Your monthly payment and downpayment will likely be lower versus buying. And you don’t have to worry about long-term maintenance.
Leasing also allows you to replace your vehicle more frequently than people who purchase. You can stay up to date on new features and technology, two areas where Nissan is strongest
Banister Nissan enjoys a history of helping members of our military get into the perfect vehicle.
If you’re an active service member, leasing a vehicle may have some additional benefits.
Leasing helps you get a new vehicle without being locked into a long-term contract. It also helps you avoid debt while still counting toward your credit score.
Also, active duty military personnel are protected by the Service Member Civil Relief Act (SCRA). This allows you to break a lease under certain conditions: