Luxury vehicles are desirable, but sometimes unattainable for those on a restricted budget. One of the most common ways to get around the, typically steep, prices of luxury vehicles is to lease them. Currently, 63 percent of luxury vehicles sold are leased. But, sometimes, even those monthly payments can break the bank. According to a recent story on CNBC, if you are willing to give up some distance, getting yourself into a luxury vehicle may be easier than you think.
Many dealerships are now offering luxury vehicles at lower lease prices to attract customers who may not have been able to lease a luxury vehicle otherwise. There are now 24 different luxury models being offered for less than $400 a month on Swapalease.com. This is a noticeable increase from just three years ago when there were only eight luxury models to choose from at that price point.
Dealers are able to offer these high-end cars at such affordable prices because of their lower millage allowances. The typical average millage allowance for a leased vehicle is 12,000 miles, but these lower priced luxury cars have a much lower mileage cap. Consumers looking to get into one of these luxury vehicles for less can expect to have mileage allowances as low as 7,500 – 10,000 miles.
If a lower mileage allowance doesn’t worry you and you want to hop into the luxury car you’ve been dreaming of, check out the selection at Swapalease.com. Swapalease.com has been helping people who want to switch up their ride for more than 15 years. Headquartered in Cincinnati Ohio, Swapalease.com is an online marketplace that allows drivers to list their current lease and helps match them with buyers looking to take over the remainder of that lease. Both parties get what they’re looking for all with the convenience of online shopping.
For more information on finding the best car lease deals or to learn how you can have a successful car lease trade, visit Swapalease.com or contact them at 866-SWAPNOW.
To watch the full video on lowered lease payments on luxury vehicles from CNBC, click here.