I just wanted to share one of our October demo specials.
Below are the details about the parameters of the lease structure.
Feel free to contact me for any questions or concerns that you may have.
We have lease specials on all makes and models, but we sell a large amount of units per month for luxury brand vehicle’s which is why we are able to secure big discounts, and get leases at buy rate.
2018 BMW 340i- Sport Line
Exterior: Mineral White
*Extended instrument cluster
*Comfort access keyless entry
*Harmon kardon surround sound system
*Rear view camera
*24 Month Lease Term
*$2,000 Total Down, including first months payment
*10K miles per year
$435 Tax & Fees included based on L.A county 9.5% tax rate
Then you have a lot of post to clean up there’s a lot of post that have been up for days in the market place not following the template just like this one just mentioning drive off and monthly payments.
Its impossible. Even if the new lessee prepays all remaining payments in advance, if he drives car without insurance and ends up totalling it, the remainder is both parties liability. Please feel free to correct me if Im wrong.
I can draft a contract and sue for breach of contract, but he/she takes the car down to Mexico and decide that they want to just stay there forever, I would still be liable; and there wouldn’t really be much that I can do. I’m hoping that my wife goes back to work soon, and we can get an au pair, and the au pair can drive the Tiguan.
Not every manufacturer holds the original leaseholder liable after the transfer, but unfortunately, AUDI and V.W are.
Whenever we have clients that do lease transfers with AUDI or V.W we always recommend them to draft an official contract and have an insurance broker secure a 12-month insurance policy paid upfront.
It’s still definitely a risky transaction, but so is Co-signing for someone else’s car.