There's nothing quite like driving a new car: that new-car smell, the shiny paint job, the purring engine...and no risk of a breakdown. No rattles, no squeaks; it handles and accelerates well, and you're proud to drive it.
Many people prefer to lease a Chevy just so that they can always drive a new car. Leasing is more flexible for many people, and your monthly lease payments are lower than the monthly car payments when you buy a car.
For instance, you can lease a Sonic or a Malibu for much less than you'd pay to your bank every month to buy the same car. Call us at (813) 322-3441 to learn about our Chevy lease deals and specials.
But only you can decide whether it's better to lease or buy a car. Take a look at the following advantages of each option, and decide for yourself which is best for you. Whether you want to buy or lease a car, Your Chevy Giant is here to help.
So, once you decide whether it's better to buy or lease a car, come down to Your Chevy Giant and let us help you find the right car, truck or SUV, with the financing program that works best for you. Just one more reason that we're one of the top car dealers in the Tampa Bay Area.
But what exactly can you expect when you lease a Chevy? In some ways, leasing a car is similar to buying one. You do your research and compare models online, go to the dealership, and test drive your favorite models to see which one seems best for you. Then, you decide on the color, trim level, and options you want for your car or SUV, and discuss financing.
But there are some differences between buying and leasing a car, and most of them occur at the end of the lease period. When you're done with your lease, you need to decide whether to buy your car outright, or trade it in and take out a lease on a new one. This choice is up to you, but many people enjoy trading their car in for a new one every three years.
If you really like your car and want to buy it at the end of your lease, you'll need to contact us to get a payoff quote and instructions to purchase your car.
If you want to trade your car in and lease a new one, you'll need to check your vehicle for wear and tear, and schedule an on-site inspection. You should inspect the interior and exterior of your car (including tires and wheels), and make sure the car is in normal running order.
During your review and our inspection, we'll all be looking for normal wear and tear, which you're not responsible for, and excessive use and wear, which will require an additional fee. Also note that you may be charged for any remaining payments on your lease if you trade your car in early, and you may have excess mileage charges and other state fees.
If you want Chevy lease deals in Florida, check these Chevy cars, trucks and SUVs to see which one is right for you. Then call us at (813) 322-3441 to talk about car lease deals and to schedule a test drive. Whether you buy or lease a Chevrolet, you'll be glad to work with one of the top Chevy dealers in Florida: Your Chevy Giant.