There are a lot of things to consider before taking the plunge with your next new car and the age old question of whether to lease or to buy is one of the biggest hurdles facing most buyers. While buying your car may mean trade-in value down the road, leasing may require less investment overall; that is, if its carefully negotiated. Let the automotive experts at Car and Driver guide you through the leasing process. Learn how leases work, check out all the best monthly lease deals, or find out how to get out of an existing lease–all in one stop.
Ending Your Lease
How to Get out of a Car Lease Early
Learn a few ways to break your auto lease ethically and what your best options are for the least damage to your credit rating.
What to Know About Auto Lease Transfers
For some, two-plus years is simply too long to be with the same car. Here's a guide to finding someone to take over your lease or buying someone else's.
Your Rights If Dealer Won't Take Lease Back
Read the fine print on your lease, but one thing is certain: it is not the consumer's responsibility to help dealers find room to take a leased car back.
Dealers Aren’t Letting Customers Return Leases
As customers have vehicle leases expire, some are having trouble returning the cars to dealers during the pandemic, USA Today reported.
What Your Car Lease Really Costs
Understand the ins and outs of the money factor of leasing when it comes to inventory, residual value, dealer rates, and fees.