- I have never leased but a friend of mine has, a lot of times the prices quoted on commercials are for perfect credit. You should drop by the dealership and they should be able to give you numbers. If you don’t want your credit report pulled from them, try a credit monitoring service that gives you 30 day free trial and see all three of your scores. I did that for a year, turned out my scores were actually higher than what they showed but it help a lot to know my worth before applying for credit.
- It depends on your credit and how much you’re getting the car for. I would HIGHLY recommend against leasing a car unless money is no object to you. You will be basically renting a car for a few years. I’d just wait until the end of the year and pick up a left over 08 for the same price you’d get it for used.
- Low Mileage Lease Example for Qualified Lessees
$369/month* 39 month lease
$3,169 due at lease signing
No security deposit required. Tax, title, license and dealer fees extra. Low mileage lease with mileage fee of $.25 per mile over 10,000 miles per year.
See how easy it is to lease a new Cadillac with GMAC’s leasing options.