Winter Haven car shoppers aren’t easy to please, but over the years, the team at Dodge Chrysler Jeep® of Winter Haven has managed to keep hundreds of our neighbors happy. Our phenomenal selection is only part of the equation. It’s also the time we take to get to know your needs and your financial situation so we can help you find the right match. Today, let’s take up whether leasing or buying your next new vehicle is the best bet.
Purchase or Lease
We’ve seen plenty of people who are very careful with their credit, but who don’t have a lot in the bank. The ability to get low monthly payments without a substantial down payment is the perfect formula for a lease. It’s also great for people who don’t do a lot of driving, or who like to switch cars every few years.
But there are some of you who should not lease. Long commute? Buy instead. Bad credit? Good lease terms will be hard to get—consider a pre-owned vehicle instead. Using your new RAM truck for work? You’ll have to be very careful, or risk running up wear and tear penalties.
Lease End: What to Know
All good things — even the lease on your Jeep Cherokee — come to an end sooner or later. When it does, we’re here to help. Give yourself 60 to 90 days to get everything sorted without having to rush.
You’ll need a lease-end inspection, and will want to address any repairs or wear issues before turning in your vehicle and your keys. You’ll also want to figure out what comes after the lease, and you should know that we offer incentives for those buying or leasing another vehicle from the Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and RAM brands.
Do you have Chrysler leasing questions? Dodge Chrysler Jeep of Winter Haven serves Lakeland, Plant City, and the surrounding area from our location at 299 Cypress Gardens Blvd, and we’ve got answers!