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Car leasing advice

Getting a new car can quickly become an expensive headache. Manufacturer finance packages are sometimes hard to understand, there are APR rates to consider, and then there's the optional final payment. This is a lump sum you need to pay at the end of the agreement to own the car, assuming you've gone with PCP and not HP.

Confused? Well if you are, leasing, also known as Personal Contract Hire (PCH) or personal car leasing could be for you. Car leasing does away with APR rates and optional final payments and is essentially a long term hire agreement.

There's an initial payment, sometimes a processing fee, then there's a set of fixed monthly payments. You set an agreed mileage limit per year. And that's it. You simply return the car. In most situations, you don't have the option to buy the car.

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