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How Do I Lease a Volkswagen?

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No matter if you’re in the market for a Volkswagen Jette lease or a Volkswagen Atlas lease deal, our finance team at Bud Brown Volkswagen in Olathe can help. So how do you lease a Volkswagen? Check out our online guide to learn more about the Volkswagen leasing process and more before you get the process started.

Steps to Leasing a Volkswagen

So how do you lease a Volkswagen? The first step is to determine if leasing is really the right financial option for you and your driving needs. Many prefer the flexibility of leasing while others tend to prefer ownership. Take a closer look at both to help you choose.

Here are the steps to leasing a vehicle:

  1. Check your credit score to ensure that you qualify for a lease
  2. Determine how much you can put down upfront and how much you can pay monthly
  3. Test drive different vehicles before choosing the right one for you
  4. Consider your driving habits and pick a mileage cap that makes sense
  5. Ask us about our current Volkswagen lease deals to get the best possible price
  6. Work with our finance team to create the lease agreement and sign off on it

Once you complete this process, you’ll be on your way to an enhanced %%targte_city_2%% commute. When your lease comes to an end, contact our team to learn about your lease end options.

More Leasing Information

When your lease ends, you’ll return the vehicle to our dealership. Depending on the lease term, you can return the vehicle in as few as 24 months, though the most common lease term is for 36 months.

Here are a few common terms you’ll come across when going through this process. It’ll benefit you to better understand them:

  • Residual Value: A vehicle’s residual value is the percentage of its expected value after time has passed. The lost residual value is what you’re actually paying for while leasing.
  • Money Factor: This is another term for interest rate, though it’s not usually expressed as a percentage. The higher the money factor, the greater the interest paid.
  • Mileage Limits: Leases typically come with mileage limits to mitigate depreciation. It’s important to do the math and figure out how much you typically drive, as you will need to pay fees if you exceed the mileage limit on your lease agreement.

Why Lease a Volkswagen?

Overall, leasing is better for those who like to get their hands on the latest technology and models. Some other benefits of leasing a Volkswagen include:

  • Lower monthly payments
  • New model upgrades at the end of your lease
  • Choose the mileage on the vehicle at the start
  • Service coverage
  • Flexible options at the end of your lease

Lease Your Volkswagen with Bud Brown Volkswagen

Ready to start your Volkswagen Jetta lease? Get the process started with our finance team near Shawnee. Contact us to learn more as well as with any questions in the meantime.

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