Getting a new car of any kind is an exciting investment! You get to pick out the make, the model, the color, the extra interior add ons that you will use every day and love for the next few or many years down the road. Getting a new or pre owned Acura is a great investment, and you will love the luxury and high performance models because of their unique qualities. Whether you are choosing the SUV styles like the Acura MDX or RDX or if you are going with a sportier look with the Acura NSX or Acura TL, you know that you are getting great value out of your investment when you decide to go with an Acura. Best of all, Courtesy Acura in Denver offers the best leasing and financing options around, so you can pick the best option for you at the price that fits your budget. But how do you know if you are the type of person that should lease your vehicle or if you should work out a financing plan or purchase your car outright? This can be a tricky choice for people who are not sure of their best options and unsure of what the future might hold for them. A great rule of thumb to abide by is to examine whether or not you want to keep your car for the next five to ten years. If your answer is yes, you should finance your car. If your answer is no, look into leasing. Here are some more questions you should ask yourself when deciding whether to finance or lease your new Acura.
1. Do I want to drive the latest models? If you answer yes to that question and are not independently wealth, you probably cannot afford to buy a new car every few years. And even if you could afford it, why hassle with reselling your car every few years? Through contracts, you can make it easy to lease a vehicle for just a few years and trade it in for the latest and greatest model with ease. Got your eye on the 2015 Acura NSX? No problem!
2. Do I want to drive as much and as far as I like? If you answer yes to that question, you should probably buy your car. There are mileage limitations when you decide to lease a car, so if you plan on doing a lot of road trips or have a hefty commute to work every day and cannot take advantage of tax credits for leasing rather than buying, then purchasing your new Acura is the right choice.
3. Do I see a life change happening soon, but need a new car now? If you answer yes, then maybe leasing is right for you, for now at least. Maybe you are not married yet, but in the next five years you could see a baby on the way. Why not lease an Acura NSX now and then trade it in for a lease or finance on an Acura MDX down the road? Leasing is great when you need flexibility!