More people every day are turning to car leasing than owning. News about the economic downturn and daily expenditure is at the forefront of everyone's minds from paying bills, ensuring the rent/ mortgage is paid and that essentially the car keeps running for those all important events.
If things are financially tight it is often a struggle to run and maintain an essential part of modern day living, our very much depended on mode of transport, the family vehicle.
New cars depreciate by thousands of pounds as soon as they are driven off the forecourt, and even second hand cars can carry a huge financial bearing if not chosen carefully. When it comes to repairs, MOTs, and servicing we live in hope that the car is ‘ok' and that there will not be any extra unforeseen costs.
The excitement of purchasing a new car is part of the buying experience, from choosing the engine, colour and technical features, and also ensuring that other bespoke styling is to your needs and wants.
Car leasing is becoming a hugely popular choice but the options available are not always explained too clearly.
Leasing works similarly to renting a house. You don't ever own the vehicle but maintenance costs and upgrades to newer models are included within the contract. As you don't own the vehicle, you gain or lose any value but you will once the contract is up, be entitled to an upgrades of higher spec models.
Your repair bills will be cheaper, and you have the luxury and peace of mind to know that you will not be hit by depreciation or maintenance costs.
Audi Leasing in Scotland is hugely popular; however car dealers within the rest of the UK too offer great deals.