Leasing a vehicle allows you to pay to drive a car for a set term length. The car or SUV is yours to drive during that time, but not directly owned by you. Leasing offers a ton of benefits, and perhaps most importantly is that it provides lower payments than financing due to only paying a portion of the vehicle’s depreciation, rather than the entire MSRP. Leasing a Kia is an incredibly attractive option due to those lower payments, getting to drive the latest model, not having to worry about repairs, and so much more. Read on to learn more about leasing a Kia with us at 401 Dixie Kia and how we make the Kia leasing process a breeze for any driver.
Leasing a vehicle offers several general advantages (see our next section to compare it against financing) for those looking for a new vehicle, but doing so with Kia Canada adds even more benefits to the process.
When you lease a Kia it will be covered by Guaranteed Asset Protection (or GAP) as standard. This means you don’t have to pay the difference between your lease and your insurance company’s payout if your vehicle is ever stolen or considered a loss due to a collision.
Our Kia financial service lease terms provide flexible options for up to 60 months. This is perfect for if you’re looking to drive the newest vehicles more often, just select a shorter term and enjoy driving the latest Kia models.
Under the Kia finance lease, you’ll be protected under the Guaranteed Residual value, which means that your contracted residual value will be totally protected from any market fluctuations and remain at that cost.
The Excess Wear & Use Protection Plan covers you for up to $7,500 in repair/replacement for these included parts:
We often receive the common dilemma from our customers on whether it’s better to lease or finance. At the end of the day, it comes down to your specific situation and long-term driving plans. To help you make a decision on what route is best for you, we’ve outlined some benefits of both sides: leasing vs. financing.
All Kia leases come to and end at some point, but that doesn’t have to end your relationship with Kia, or that vehicle. There’s a few options to consider when at lease end, and our team here at 401 Dixie Kia will walk you through the entire process. You have 3 directions to consider when your lease ends:
To learn more about the lease end process here at 401 Dixie Kia, click through to our dedicated lease-end journey page, or give us a call.