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Went to the dealership yesterday. They're offering a lease on a 1.5T accord sport for $415. The lease is almost up on the old accord.

What should I be looking for in terms of a good deal? Should I ask them to include anything?
 

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Leasing is another way to finance a car. Actually, you are able to afford more car than financing because you are only paying for the value of the car that you are using. Trade in is already figured into the contract.

Depending on the financing rate presume a monthly payment of $20 per $1000 of car at about 7%.

So, if you are only going to eat 3 slices of the 18" pizza then why buy the whole thing, right? Pay for what you will use.

Don't let them run your credit so they can control the deal from the start. Check your own credit so you can give them a realistic number to start with. Some banks and credit unions will lease your vehicle so you don't have to worry about the dealer automatically saying you qualify for 2nd or 3rd tier payments.

When I sold cars, I got to see a lot of people with less than stellar credit lease a car for 1-2yrs with burying negative equity and return to lease a car they want. It seems that many divorced women get awarded bad credit and leasing is a quick way to fix it.

When shopping online, don't give your real name and address, etc. Internet manager like to rollover pretty fast so get the online deal and bring it in and use it as the start. Buying cars still sucks but its fun to get a deal.
 

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New 2019 1.5 sport ..my lease 15k mles yr, free oil changes, 250$ towards new tire if damaged, 1 yr free tire rotation and nitrogen, 265$ per month for 3 yrs with first and last months payment.
 

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I'm shopping around with Honda dealerships in the area. I can turn in a lease to any dealership right? I'm thinking whomever can offer the best deal, I can turn in the lease to that dealership instead of the original dealer.
 

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Went to the dealership yesterday. They're offering a lease on a 1.5T accord sport for $415. The lease is almost up on the old accord.

What should I be looking for in terms of a good deal? Should I ask them to include anything?
Those are crazy high numbers for a lease.
 

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My 2018 2.0T Touring is less than that ($342). The only money I paid at delivery was for the winter floor mats. Zero down, they rolled the tax and fees in to the lease along with a 3 year warranty on the wheels, loss of remote(s), etc. The money factor was 0.000625 ~ 1.5% through USBank. Hope that helps!
 

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Went to the dealership yesterday. They're offering a lease on a 1.5T accord sport for $415. The lease is almost up on the old accord.

What should I be looking for in terms of a good deal? Should I ask them to include anything?
Hi I financed my ACCORD SPORT for $350 that's way too much money for lease $415
the best thing I could tell you do online talk to them online sale it would save way more money like that then going in for the dealership to do online first believe me that's what I did I saved over $3,500 on my car
 
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