But you're not STUCK With anything past 3 years. You can always sell...How many of you will be buying and how many will be leasing?
For myself, I think it will be a lease instead of buying. I get bored too easily so it makes sense for me not to get stuck with one vehicle for more than 3 years.
It's good for those that want more of a worry-free experience that have the money to afford it.I think that the only appeal of a lease is being able to get a new car every few years, but you are going to be paying extra for that luxury. It certainly doesn't make sense as a better financial option though.
Is it a more worry free experience? At the end of the day you don't actually own the car so a spill or knick or something like that can be a big deal. I would be more nervous knowing that I have to give this back afterwards. Have to keep it in pristine condition.It's good for those that want more of a worry-free experience that have the money to afford it.