For instance, you may not have a full grasp of all of the leasing terms or you could be unclear about the stages of finding the right car and then signing on the dotted line. Or maybe you just aren't clear about all of the leasing options that are currently on offer.
So if you are in this type of situation and need to figure out how to find the right Citroen then here's some advice from CentralContracts.com to make your decision a little easier.
1) Firstly, take the time to get prepared. This means that you should decide whether leasing is right for you both in the present and several years down the line. Once you have made this decision start to research the Citroen that you might want to lease. You need to think about every single feature that you want to indulge in for your new Citroen, such as: interiors, colour, seats, body shape, doors and whether the car will suit your driving style and needs.
2) Then, you should lookup leasing terms on the internet so that you don't become bamboozled with the terms, for instance money factor (interest formula), capitalised cost (the car price) and residual value (the car's value after the lease is over). Then you should determine an approximate value of the monthly payments, which you think you can afford or want to pay. Information of this sort is easy enough to track down on the net and if you are using a website to lease the car then read through the web page before you take a test drive or sign an agreement.
3) That said, monthly payments are not always the best way to identify a good deal. This is because monthly payments can be deceiving or at least misleading, as lower leasing fees normally mean that you will have to lease the vehicle for a longer period of time.