Another wrinkle on leasing.
When someone turns in a lease prematurely, the leasing company has that car on their hands. It’s possible to get some real deals if you pick up that lease. The companies that are holding the cars are motivated, often even offer cash incentives.
Some of the cars offered for the “release” are pricey cars, maybe the original lease holder just could not afford them?
Gotta be some downside, maybe they ran hell out of them before turning them in. Or left a dead fish in it.
Anyway, this is just one site https://www.leasetrader.com/?nm=1/LT300309
Anyone can make something complicated. It takes genius to make it simple. Einstein.
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