There are an increasing number of car leasing deals being made available to customers, particularly in the US, one newspaper has stated.
A report in the New York Times explained that consumers are turning to car leasing deals rather than purchasing new vehicles.
It cited figures from Edmunds.com, which found that 20 per cent of all new car sales to date in 2010 were generated by lease deals.
Karl Brauer, senior analyst at Edmunds.com, told the news provider that automakers such as Nissan, Subaru, Volkswagen and Kia are all offering lease incentives to customers.
Motorist Michael R Shannon explained to the publication that he turned to car leasing because it provides “significant savings”.
Meanwhile, another car leasing customer Dennis Wynne noted that leasing allows you to drive “something new every few years”.
At the Paris Motor Show earlier this month, journalist Richard Lawton wrote for contracthireandleasing.com that motorists looking for a new lease deal next year should “make a serious mental note” of the Lexus CT-200h, the full hybrid model from the manufacturer.
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