That’s right – ask yourself this question. It is, after all, your lease contract. Most lessors have standard minimum and maximum lease terms, but you are free to choose the length of your contract as long as it fits within those parameters. And only you know what fits your lifestyle needs.
Why was leasing the perfect choice for him? Well, it fit all his criteria, of course. Then there were those added benefits that I briefly mentioned earlier…
To begin, his vehicle is covered by the manufacturer’s warranty for the duration of his lease contract, should he have any mechanical issues. Because he leased through Chrysler Capital, GAP coverage was included, so he has peace of mind knowing that, if anything happens, he’s covered for a total loss. And the icing on the cake – when he’s ready for the larger vehicle, he can turn in his vehicle and lease or purchase a new one without any concern of negative equity.
In case you’re wondering, lease terms don’t always have to be written in six or 12-month increments. If you need to lease a vehicle for just over two years, inquire about a 27-month lease. Or if four years is just a little too long, ask about 42 or 45 months. Life isn’t cookie-cutter. Your lease doesn’t have to be either.
The options and flexibility of leasing today make it more attractive than ever, lending to its growing popularity. If you’re in the market for a new vehicle, your Chrysler dealer can help structure a lease that works for you.