If you’ve visited with one of our luxury car dealers before then you may already be asking yourself, “should I sign a lease, or should I finance my next car?” With so many great options to choose from at Brown and Wood Cadillac, it can be difficult to pin one down. Fortunately, we’ll settle the age-old dispute of leasing over buying.
Buying vs. Leasing
Finding your next car through an auto loan, or through old-fashioned cash is often considered the classic route to car ownership. That way, you pay the total value of the car, and then it’s yours to keep and take care of. While this method is worthwhile, it can come with some gripes, such as having to take care of all of your car’s maintenance needs, which are only bound to accumulate as the vehicle ages. Another thing to consider is the fact that you’ll be driving the same vehicle for years until you decide to trade the car in.
This is precisely where a lease can come in handy. If you don’t like the idea of being responsible for the long-term care of a vehicle, and would rather drive something new on a regular basis, leasing is the way to go. While lease agreements tend to only last one or two years, and you’ll be expected to pay for any wear on the car at the end of the lease, it is a solid alternative to traditional car financing.
So which method is better? In truth, it all depends on your preferences, and our team at Brown and Wood Cadillac can help you narrow that down. When you visit us you’ll have a chance to select from one of the widest selections of luxury 2020 cars in Greenville, with the assistance of Cadillac dealers who put your interests first.