Should I wait a few months before leasing my new car?

I would like to engage in the lease in a few months from now. Would I purchase your program now and begin looking for the vehicle I would like to acquire? I don’t want to impact the program in a negative way by not signing a lease immediately.

My KTL USA At-home Leasing System rewards those with extra time.

In a lot of cases, my clients are able to exit (i.e. “flip“) their current lease early and get into their next lease car in a better position than waiting until the last minute. (Plus, waiting until the last minute is a surefire way to get super stressed out.)

This is why my system gives you access for a full 12 months. So if you are going to order my system, it is better to do it sooner than later.

Can I get great Mercedes-Benz lease deals with $0 down?

I just got this question about leasing a Mercedes E450 Coupe 4matic:

Would I be able to participate knowing I would like a Black Mercedes E450 coupe 4matic? In reading your material I know you tend to look at lower priced vehicles for the best savings.

Take a look at this interesting infographic:

most leased cars in USA

As we see, a higher percentage of leased cars are for expensive cars.


By volume, most people lease cars under $30,000 MSRP.

My KTL USA At-home Leasing System works for all production cars sold in the lower 48. With my system, we aim to come close to the 1% rule. It is a lease where the monthly payment is between .69% and 1.29% of the car’s MSRP.

This includes all Mercedes-Benz cars (and similar higher-priced cars, too).

For example, this $67,940 Volvo S90 T6, this $60,645 INFINITI Q50 Red Sport and this $47,590 Audi Q5 are some of the higher-priced success stories featured on my blog here.

I find there is a sort of sweet spot – cars selling between $30,000 to $46,000 have the most incentives. That is why my clients are able to get a lot more car for a lot less money in this price range.

With that said, typically.. cars over $46,000 are closer to the 1.29% mark – especially since the E450 is “newish”. (And remember: my system always gets a sign-and-drive, $0-cash-down lease). So for your Mercedes E450 Coupe 4matic, I recommend trying to get your payment near $800 month – again, no money down…

If you try and lease the exact same car from any Mercedes-Benz dealership in America, your payment will be close to $1,000.00 a month (plus about $8,000.00 down).

By the way: I hope for your sake you get this E450… it is not like the boring E class of years past… I hear it is a blast to drive these days!

Here is the fast and easy way to turn in your lease car and get a new lease car

I see this kind of tweet all the time:

Andrey… I feel your pain.

I was once in your shoes a few years ago. Then I decided that enough was enough – and would figure out the leasing game in our favor.

And in the Winter of 2016, I created a system that takes all the hassle out of trading in a leased car for a new lease.

I call it the K.T.L. At-home Leasing System. It works in most of America (the lower 48). And the best part is we do everything from our home, office – even a Starbucks.

The most important rule is to NEVER, EVER visit a car dealership. This is a FATAL mistake. Because doing so will waste up to 5 hours of our time. Even worse, we will overpay for our lease by at least $6,000 (up to $12,000.00).

Instead, I reveal how to force all automakers to lease us a car over the Internet. Yep – we never even see a car salesperson.

And yes… my same systems force the leasing company to pick up our end-of-lease vehicle sitting in our driveway. They will gladly do it. We just have to ask in the right way. I show you how.

This is why I created this blog. I expose the auto industry – all their games, tricks and hustles. And instead of dreading car leasing, I reveal how to make it a pleasure.

With that said:

I HIGHLY recommend looking through the most popular posts on my blog – start here.

Hey Markus – does your KTL Leasing System work with Porsche?

Yes. My system works with all production cars sold here in the States.

Here is my list of automakers that my leasing system supports:

Alpha Romeo
Land Rover
Rolls Royce

Also, my system only works here in the States (in the lower 48). It does not work in Hawaii, it does not work in Alaska – nor Puerto Rico.

So, what about trucks?

Yes, my system works with trucks as well…

But here is the problem – some trucks are not available for lease. Strangely, trucks come in and out of lease availability month to month. Even worse, there is no predicting this weird situation.

This is why officially say my system only works with cars. (With that said, I have some of my clients using my system to lease their next truck. They will visit an automaker’s website and see if the model is currently leasing.)