Pros of Leasing
- Usually lower payments/down payment may not be required
- Driving a new car with advanced technology
- Repairs are typically covered by warranty
- Easy return process
- Options to always drive the newest cars on market
Chevrolet is America's favorite and most reliable brand. From a practical sedan, to an aggressive truck, and everything in between, you'll find just what you're looking for. To own your Chevrolet, you have two financing options: leasing or buying. Both of these offer advantages and disadvantages. Below, we have broken down both sides to owning and leasing. Look at If you are still unsure which payment method makes the most sense for you, discuss your questions with our Lansing Chevrolet finance department.
When deciding which plan works for you, it's important to remember a few things. Consider how long you would like to keep the car, how personalized you'd like to make it, and what conditions it will be under a daily basis. For instance, if you plan on getting a Chevrolet truck and using it for work, it might be best to buy due to the amount of stress you can possibly put on the vehicle. On the other hand, if making modifications on the vehicle is not important and you don't see yourself driving long distances, leasing might be suitable. Think about how much ownership you want with your Chevrolet.
Come down to Shaheen Chevrolet, Inc. and we'll help find out which option is best for you. Our Lansing dealership proudly serves Grand Ledge, Owosso, and Holt areas. If you would like more information, please contact us at (800) 263-2042.