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Explain lease pull ahead?

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March 06, 2008 11:59PM

When an automaker offers a "lease pull-ahead", it is usually an offer by the car company to pay for a specified number of remaining months of a customer's lease, if that customer comes back and buys or leases another of the company's vehicles at that time. This often makes sense for people that have the specified remaining months, or less, remaining on their lease and they want to get into a new car more quickly (such as if they are getting close to the maximum allowed mileage on the lease and therefore do not want to pay penalty fees for the overage). -Mark When an automaker offers a "lease pull-ahead", it is usually an offer by the car company to pay for a specified number of remaining months of a customer's lease, if that customer comes back and buys or leases another of the company's vehicles at that time. This often makes sense for people that have the specified remaining months, or less, remaining on their lease and they want to get into a new car more quickly (such as if they are getting close to the maximum allowed mileage on the lease and therefore do not want to pay penalty fees for the overage). -Mark