When picking up a luxury car like a new Genesis model, you know that the price tag is going to reflect the quality of what you’re picking up. And while that may be daunting when you consider traditional financing options, there is a better way. At Genesis of Raleigh, you can choose to lease a new Genesis model and pay less per month for the same great driving experience.

Why a Lease is Less Expensive than a Loan

When you take out a traditional car loan, you are paying for the full sale price of the vehicle with the idea that you will own it outright at the end. While there is some appeal to this approach, the downside is that you will have a higher monthly payment and a longer term than a lease on the same vehicle. That’s because a lease only asks you to pay for the depreciation of the vehicle while it is in your possession, a time span of typically just two or three years at 12,000 miles or less per year in most cases. That allows you to combine a shorter term and a lower monthly payment but still drive the same vehicle home at the end of the day.

Who Leasing is Good For

Leasing isn’t the ideal solution for every driver in the Apex area, however if you read below and find you fit into these categories, then you should strongly consider a new Genesis lease for your next vehicle.

If you don’t typically drive long distances or you work close to where you live, you can probably handle the mileage cap of a lease without going over.

If you don’t excessively damage or stain the inside of your vehicles, a lease is likely a safe option for you as well.

Finally, if you like the idea of keeping up with the latest and greatest models as they arrive, the shortened terms of a new Genesis lease will be just what you’re looking for.

Visit Our Dealership Today!

Our Genesis dealership serves Wake Forest, Garner, and Durham with the full lineup of new Genesis models, and our generous lease terms make it easier than ever to take one home. Visit us to find out more today and get ready for the luxury driving experience you’ve been waiting for.

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