By Tim Kowols
With the number of consumers leasing vehicles on the rise, potential buyers are wondering which option is right for them. According to Barron’s, about one-third of all new cars in the first half of 2016 were leased, up from 18 percent just over a decade ago. Jim Olson from Jim Olson Motors says the right option for you comes down to personal preferences.
Leasing also gives you the option of buying the car at the end of the lease or be able to walk away and look into a different vehicle if the value drops. You can learn more about buying versus leasing with Jim Olson online with this story.