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.

Which car is the best luxury car to lease?

New visitors to this vlog love to ask me about the best luxury car lease deals – like this:

Hi Markus,
Do you track the deals your clients make? If so, what is the success level with Lexus RX-350s? Nissan Muranos?
Thanks!

I do not officially track my clients’ deals, but many like to brag about the deals they get and volunteer to have me write a blog post about their success. I document their case studies here.

Sure, the Lexus RX-350 is a fine luxury car for lease. So is the Nissan Murano. My new-car leasing system gives you a great chance to get any new-car lease near 1% of the MSRP – always $0 cash down, sign and drive.

But:

I am HUGE, MASSIVE fan of all Volvo cars these days. They are nailing it right now. They are super safe, surrounded by the latest technology, nice on the eyes – even more luxurious than Mercedes-Benz, BMW and Audi at tens of thousands less.

And no… these are not Volvos from the past. Ever since Ford sold Volvo to Geely, they have been redesigned to look fantastic.

The only downside is its self-driving technology. It is not ready for prime time just yet. Tesla is the king of autonomous driving right now. And Volvo is playing catch up. But my guess is all automakers will be perfecting autonomous driving in just a few months.

The best part is they lease well… meaning, Volvo cars offer the biggest bang for the buck these days. I regularly see my clients get their new Volvo super close to the 1% rule – again, always $0 cash down… sign and drive.

What is the difference between sign and drive and true sign and drive?

Hey,
One more question: With your program, we’ll get out of down payments. But will we still be responsible for 1st month + Bank fee + DMV fees? Which amount to 1,000-1,500.

Thank you again!

You are referring to a standard sign and drive lease. As you mentioned, that is when we only pay the first month up front plus dealership fees.

But:

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Top car leasing mistakes to avoid

They say leasing is just another way to finance a car or truck.

This is partly true.

But for me, leasing is a complete game changer. It allows me to get more car for a lot less money.

With that said, there are many potholes on the journey to a successful lease…

Here are the top car-leasing mistakes I see:

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FAQs about my USA KTL At-Home Leasing System

I help my clients get into any new-car lease at the absolute lowest price.

Even better, we negotiate away any down payment – only paying tags and first payment upfront.

And the best part is we do it all via email. We never step foot in the showroom. The vehicle is delivered to our home (or office).

I have compiled a list of the most popular questions I get about my KTL USA At-Home Leasing System below…

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