Originally Posted by JolyB
Hope that you enjoy your new car Don. After you have been through the math exercises involved in figuring out how the lease obligations are calculated, it should be very easy for you to compute a superfecta or pick 4 in your ROI wager.
While many point out it is a bit more expensive to lease rather than to buy, it is very nice to have a car under the new car warranty and at the end of the lease term simply return it and pick out a new one.
Yep, all scheduled maintenance is covered for term of lease and I added a little $ to take care of wiper blades, tire damage or replacement, batteries, belts, etc. Main reason I traded in my 2005 Benz E302 diesel was the very big cost of maintenance and parts and it needed over $3,000 worth of work done. Loved the Benz but it was sadly time to say goodbye.