If you need a new car, you may be wondering whether it’s better for you to buy one, or lease one. There are a number of things to take into consideration here, such as your personal financial situation and preferences. 

However, there’s no doubt that there are definitely a number of reasons why leasing may be the best option for you. When you purchase a car, you’ll typically need to put a large chunk of cash down, and then also deal with monthly payments. But when you lease a car, there’s no deposit or downpayment, and your lease payments will often be much less than what you’d pay each month. 

Plus, leasing a car also means that you’re always driving the latest and greatest. Instead of paying off a car that’s already behind the curve, you’ll have access to the latest models, enjoying brand new modifications and technology as soon as it drops. 

You’ll also have fewer expenses when you lease a car. Typically, you’ll be covered under a good warranty, and while you’ll still need to take care of regular maintenance and upkeep, you won’t need to worry about sudden repair bills.
Plus, let’s face it: Selling a vehicle is no fun. You have to make sure you’re getting a fair value for your trade-in, or negotiate with a complete stranger. When you close your lease, you can simply initiate a new lease for something new, or return the vehicle. 

Another consideration? Your credit. If you don’t have great credit, you may find that you can’t get approved for loans with the best interest rates. Leasing companies, on the other hand, will be less strict than most lenders, since they can simply take the car back.

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Convinced that leasing a car might be a good idea for you? Time to look at the #TopLeasedCars. If you have a family, here are some good options:

Vauxhaull Crossland X

This car is both practical and spacious, with a low weight and a range of modern engines to chose from. If you want to remove fighting over space, this car will make sure each of your kids has more than enough room. 

Nissan Qashqai

This car also comes in a number of different engine sizes, and its alloy wheels range from 16 inches to 19 inches. It also has a bunch of different extras, like automatic windscreen wipers and lights, along with a dual-zone air conditioning system and bluetooth, which makes it the perfect all-round car- whether you’re driving solo or with the whole family. 

Renault Kadjas

Consider yourself to be relatively adventurous? This may be the car for you. Not only does it have plenty of room for your family, but it can be used on many different terrains, turning even the most basic family trip into a fun, exciting journey. You’ll also love the blind spot warning, hands-free parking, and hill start assist. 

Have you leased a car before? Let me know in the comments below!