Buying a brand new car can be extremely expensive, which is why a lot of people choose to buy used. If you are dead set on having a new car though, you can always lease one; a scheme which gives you all of the benefits of having a new car, but without exposing you to the cost of depreciation.
With leasing, you pay a deposit up front, and then a set amount each month thereafter. This is generally a lot cheaper than a new car, because at the end of the contract, you either pay a lump sum to buy the car, or you give it back. You do not need to worry about depreciation.
You can nearly always specify maintenance with your vehicle too; this means that not only will you be covered under the warranty - any other problems can be resolved without you having to pay extra when they happen.
Private car leasing is a great choice for those who want a new car at a low cost. It does mean that you won’t own the car, but it’s a small price to pay for reliability.
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