Leasing a Chevrolet Silverado
Leasing is a great option for many reasons. Are you someone who likes to have the latest and greatest? If so, than leasing is right up your alley. With leasing a Chevrolet Silverado you're agreeing to a short term of ownership of the vehicle. Think of it almost like renting but instead of a week or a few days, you're "renting" the truck for two to three years. But unlike most rental cars, there is a cap on the mileage you can put on the car each year. Usually 10,000-15,000 miles is the limit with a charge for any mileage over that you might drive during your time of short term ownership. So if you don't drive all over the place every day, leasing is a fantastic options for you.
If you plan to use your truck more for personal use rather than work or business then leasing a brand new Chevrolet Silverado is a great choice. Leasing a Chevrolet Silverado is perfect if you're the type who needs a a larger vehicle to haul a family around and occasionally hit the home improvement store on the weekends. Or you like to take friends or family camping over long weekends when the weather in New England decides to cooperate. If this sounds like you, then leasing is perfect.
Plus, when you lease a Chevrolet Silverado you'll never have to worry about having the latest bells and whistles because when your lease it up, you can get a brand new one with the features you skipped out on the last time around. So if you went with one trim level but realize a year later you wished you had went with the next trim level up, there's no need to fret, because before you know it, your lease is up and you can get a brand new one. Sometimes you can even trade your lease in earlier than expected.
At Northwest Hills Chevrolet, we are always on the lookout for quality pre owned vehicles to showcase in our inventory. We know Chevrolet Silverado lessees in and around Waterbury Connecticut tend to take excellent care of their vehicles. For this reason, we like to extend to our loyal customers from just outside our area something called a lease pull ahead. Typically within 90 days of your lease being up, you can come in to Northwest Hills Chevrolet in Torrington and trade up to a brand new Chevrolet Silverado. And in many cases you can practically swap keys with us. That's right, it's possible to get into a brand new Silverado for the same payment as you had before.
But what if you really love your Chevrolet Silverado and don't want to return it? You want to keep the truck for the foreseeable future. Every lease has whats called a buy out. At the end of the lease term, you can buy the car outright. The price of the buy out is stated and agreed upon when you decide to lease the vehicle in the first place. Your sales person will show you what you will owe on the truck if you decide to buy it and how to best pay for it.