Advantages of Leasing a Mazda in Sarasota

April 7th, 2014 by

Mazda Lease SarasotaAre you considering a Mazda lease in the Sarasota area? Maybe you’re still trying to figure out whether to lease or buy. At our Mazda dealer near Sarasota, we can help you whether you plan to buy or lease. To help you make your final decision, let’s look at some of the advantages of leasing a car.

More Car for Less Money

New cars can be very expensive, and you might not be able to get very much based on your current salary and savings. When leasing a car, the monthly payments are typically less than what it would be if you actually bought the same car. This is because you aren’t paying towards the full value of the car, but rather the deprecation accrued during the lease. You may be able to easily lease a 2014 Mazda6 when you might only be able to afford the 2014 Mazda2.

Lower Down Payment

When you buy a car, you need to have saved up some money to be used as a down payment. If you don’t have a lot in savings that can be spared, leasing might be a better option. Leasing down payments are negotiable, though there generally is some fee you will have to pay up front.

Always Have the Latest Features

Car technology is rapidly evolving and that includes everything from touch-based controls to engines. Just recently, Mazda started introducing efficient SKYACTIV technology to boost gas mileage. The 2014 Mazda3 and Mazda6 can both get at least 40 mpg highway.

A lease only lasts usually three years. Once it’s done, you can sign a new lease and see what’s fresh in car technology. There’s no need to wait at least 10 years before it makes sense to buy a new car. You always have the option of buying your car at the end of the lease too.

Warranty Protected

The great news about leasing is you will always be under warranty protection. General maintenance like oil changes is still your responsibility, but you won’t be stuck if the engine breaks down. As cars get older, expensive parts need to be replaced that are no longer warranty backed. You won’t ever have to deal with that.