Why should I lease at Apple Leasing versus leasing from a dealer?
Apple Leasing has been in business for more than 29 years. During that time we’ve leased thousands of vehicles by providing excellent service and taking the “dealership hassle” out of the car buying experience. With just one phone call or online inquiry we can get you a quote on any make or model without ever leaving your home or office. The Apple pros will educate you on our car lease deals while tailoring a lease to your driving habits.
Apple buys hundreds of vehicles every month so rest assured you're getting our best fleet prices which saves you even more. Combine that with our competitive lenders for the ultimate savings. Bottom line, at Apple Leasing we feel getting a new vehicle should be fun, exciting, and stress free. Hear what our customers say about Apple Leasing.
How does leasing a car work?
Vehicle leasing is subtracting the future trade value of your vehicle from today’s selling price so that you only pay for the time that you actually drive the vehicle. This in effect significantly reduces the monthly payment of your vehicle allowing you the opportunity to drive a newer, more expensive vehicle than you might otherwise be able to afford. Once you have completed the term of your lease you can return your vehicle or exchange it without being concerned with the possibility of negative equity. Learn more about our EZ leasing process.
Should I lease or buy a car?
Leasing a car you only pay for the part of the vehicle you use; whereas with a purchase you pay for the entire amount of the vehicles value. By leasing a car you get a lower monthly expense, little to no repair cost, a new car when your lease ends, tax benefits, and a low mileage vehicle.
Can I lease any vehicle that I want?
Yes, Apple leases all makes and models, cars, trucks, vans, SUV’s, luxury, exotic and even commercial vehicles. We will find your dream car with the best vehicle lease deals we have to offer. Plus, we deliver directly to your house!
Is leasing tax deductible?
Yes, in most cases a lease is tax deductible and can be written-off. Because every situation is completely different, it is recommended that you consult with your accountant to ensure the best possible case scenario for your individual needs.
Can you lease to own a car?
Yes, you can purchase a leased vehicle at the end of a lease term. Apple Leasing regularly sells pre-owned vehicles back to their original leasers. At the end of your lease term the Apple Leasing pros will provide you with all the valuable information you need to decide if purchasing your leased vehicle is the best option.
Can I trade in a vehicle on a lease?
Yes. If the value of the traded vehicle is higher than what you owe on it, you can either opt in to receive a check for the difference or use it towards the lease of your new vehicle. If (as is often the case) the trade value of your vehicle is less than what you currently owe on it, you can make arrangements to include this amount (negative equity) into the lease term of your new vehicle this will of course raise your lease payment.
What is negative equity?
Negative equity is when you owe more on your car than what it is actually worth.
Can I trade-in my lease early?
Yes, you can trade out of your lease early. However, as with a purchase, if the current market value of the vehicle does not cover the payoff, you must make up the difference. You may also roll the difference into a newly leased vehicle.
What if I exceed the mileage allotted in my lease term?
Do not pay high mileage lease penalties at Apple Leasing. We work closely with our customers to ensure that you do not exceed the allotted mileage provided by your lease and can structure your lease to include unlimited mileage. However, if you only drive an average of 12,000 miles a year you would want to structure your lease to reflect those numbers. We know life is full of changes so if your driving habits change Apple Leasing can trade you out of your lease early.
Do I need cash to lease a vehicle?
Apple Leasing offers no money down on a lease and up to 90 days without payments.