make them give you one
You go to a dealership, just like if you were going to buy one... then you tell them that you want to do a lease deal instead. You can also arrange a lease or a purchase online now.
According to what type of vehicle you are wanting to lease, you would need to check at your local dealership. There is also a great website online that can guide you to the best deal named leaseguide.com.
Any Ford dealership will have lease specials, especially to first-time lessees. For up-to-date information you can visit the Ford website and locate lease specials. Aside from that it's best to ask your local Ford salesman.
Usually buying a car outright is a better deal if you can pay upfront without a loan. If you do need a loan, then depending on the deal you get for the loan vs. the lease it can be a better deal to lease, but not usually.
Abstract nouns for dealer are a deal or dealership.
The contracts are usually fairly standard across the board. You will be able to try to talk the price of the car down at any dealership. If you get money off your car, your monthly payments will be less costly.
Yes, just tell me you don't want it. You might lose your deposit, but that's it.
The official website for Buick would be the best way to find a lease deal. They have a variety of different offers and choices you might be able to choose from.
No! its not the dealerships fault.!>!!>!:)>)>)
License to deal in WHAT
Once the deal is signed, you have the power.......
If you mean can the dealership take your car, if you don't make your payments. Yes. Usually the finance company will take your car, because the dealership has already passed your account to the finance company. If you have made a deal for a car that the dealership later discovers you don't meet the financial criteria, they will take your car back and offer you a lesser model for deal that suits your budget better.
I don't know of any dealership that would allow that. On the other hand any dealership will accept a vehicle bought from them for trade in, but I have no doubt that you will lose money on the deal.
You can still do a lease-option deal, as long as the landlord is willing.
A rent or lease agreement is very secure and hard to get out of. A deal has to be made with the rental company to terminate the lease. These usually require getting somebody else to take over the apartment for the rest of the lease term.
The Lend Lease Act. it was actually a deal between the united states and the united kingdom and it was for the exchange for land rights on the British possessions!!! not the Lend Lease act because that was to provide the allied nations with war material!!!
If the car dealership has lost the paperwork, they are responsible for finding it. You may be able to get out of the deal if you wish to at this point since they were totally irresponsible.
if you have lease, you cannot be evicted without an eviction notice,or notice to quit. If you do not have a lease you will need to deal with legal authorities on this.
Typically one would go to a Fiat dealership to get a good deal on a Fiat. Often the price can be negotiated to some degree with the dealership. Dealerships will sometimes have some used Fiats in their inventory on which an even better deal can be had.
Talk to the landlord..... maybe he can draw up a new lease..... There are some laws that deal with this so I'm not really sure. Sorry
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No. They'll scam you and give you much less money.
It is a comon deal known as a lease purchase with taking the house subject to the existing financing staying in place.
You would likely get a better deal buying a used Audi from a past owner. The dealership will charge you more, unless you are trading in an old vehicle. If this is the case, you may be able to get a better price at the dealership.
One interesting way to get a good deal on any car is to identify the car in mind and determine the price one is willing to pay. Then, spend a day calling each dealership in town. By telling the dealership that the car will be purchased by the end of the day, they will often offer a better deal than visiting the dealership in person might offer.