Is it possible to pay the full lease term of a vehicle all up front?
I realize this might defeat the purpose of a lease in that you get to pay less than you might if you bought the vehicle. But if you are one of those who would rather just give up the vehicle and get another every 2-3 years, and had the cash, would a dealer allow this?
I'm not sure I understand why you would want to do this. The best policy for buying vehicles (as with any other purchase) is to buy what you can afford. In other words, pay cash. Early on, if you buy a reliable used vehicle you can save the money you would have spent on payments to buy a better car next time (savings + trade-in value).
Wouldn't this allow you to do the same thing you are asking?
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I imagine a lease has it's advantages but if your planning on keeping your automobile for ever then a purchase is the way to go I believe.
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