Christmas is Here, Lease Deals are In!
What’s happening at car and truck dealerships right now is big-time discounting, especially on 2013 model-year vehicles. “It’s the most wonderful sale of the year,” at least if you’re in the market for a car or truck.
There is currently a lot of pent-up demand. Between high fuel prices and a sad economic state, consumers have been holding on to their vehicles for longer than they used to. The average age of cars is now over 10 ½ years.
Probably the biggest reason to buy or lease now is price. Vehicle prices probably aren’t likely to go lower than they are now viagra en belgique. Experts estimate that between now and December 31 buyers will get the best deals and discounts of the year, with the New Year’s Eve discount estimated to average 9.3 percent – meaning some vehicles actually will carry much larger discounts.
A major reason prices are low on 2013 models is that when January 1 comes, all 2013 models are considered to be a year old, even if they’ve never been driven off the lot, automatically making them worth less, so manufacturers and dealers are eager to get them sold. Another reason for discounts is that dealers are trying to hit year-end sales targets.
End of year lease deals are especially good. Leases went out of favor for awhile, but are finding new popularity with higher residual values, especially for drivers who stay below a mileage cap. Drivers who want to turn in new vehicles more often or need to keep monthly payments lower can find great deals this Christmas season.
Whatever the name – a “Season’s Best” event, “Year-End Wrap Up,” “Red Tag Sale,” “Winter Event,” or something more inventive or melodic, car dealers are wheeling and dealing and consumers are the winners. To find the best lease offers from nearby dealers, visit CarLeasingSecrets.Com!