Quite honestly, if you didn't read it before you signed it why bother. Just make sure you know how many miles you get, how much extra per mile, and any end of lease conditions (damage deduction, etc.) Lets face it, if you didn't read it before you signed it and understand what you were doing, I wouldn't be going there now. Just make payments, and drive like you stole it!shirleyujest said:I just took possession of a brand new 2005 LE 4 x 4, and other than some minor issues, I absolutely love the truck.
Now, having had it for a couple of days, I actually sat down and read the lease agreement. Unfortunately, the numbers do not make sense.
Can anyone make heads or tails out of how the lease payment is calculated?
I have used the lease calculator on leaseguide.com to no avail.
Next time you lease a car, do the research first, and read the lease before you sign it.