LEARN MORE ABOUT CHEVROLET LEASE SPECIALS
If you're thinking about a Chevy Camaro or Silverado lease in Philadelphia, you're likely wondering whether or not it's the best option for you. There are advantages and disadvantages to leasing, as well as financing. We want you to make an informed decision knowing that a few might matter more than others to you. For most car shoppers, the primary downside to leasing a car or truck is that don't own it. However, this is also true when financing: until it's paid in full, the bank owns the vehicle, not you. If you're the type that likes to customize your vehicle, leasing can be a disadvantage. If this doesn't matter to you, then the advantages of leasing can be great: the monthly costs of a lease tend to be lower than financing, and you'll be driving a new vehicle that has all of the latest features. At the end of your Chevrolet lease, you have the option to either return it or buy it outright. One other thing to consider is how many miles you drive per year. With a lease, this is generally set to 10,000 or 12,000. Going beyond this cap can incur extra costs. When you finance a vehicle, this isn't a concern.