Here at La Quinta Chevrolet, we field all kinds of questions about financing vehicles. But the most common question we receive is whether our customers should lease or purchase their next car. That's why at our La Quinta Chevrolet dealer, we strive to ensure that every one of our customers knows the facts about leasing vs buying a new car. Our team is eager to work one-on-one with you to find the best option for your lifestyle and budget, and whether you choose to lease or purchase your next Chevrolet vehicle. 
BUYING A NEW CHEVROLET CAR
  • If you would like to keep your new Chevrolet car for as long as possible, then buying a vehicle is a great option for you. While payments are typically higher when purchasing, every time you make a payment you are building equity in your vehicle and eventually, you'll own your Chevrolet car outright.
  • Unlike leasing, there are no mileage restrictions when you financing a car. If you put a lot of miles on your vehicle, then buying is probably your best option.
  • If you keep your vehicle past the life of the loan, you'll eventually be free of loan payments.
  • Insurance costs are generally lower on cars you purchase than on cars you lease.
  • You're free to sell your car at any time.
  • You don't have to worry about accidentally spilling coffee on your carpet which might leave a minor stain. -Under a lease agreement, you'll be held financially responsible for that stain when you turn your vehicle in at the end of the lease.
  • You can add accessories or make modifications to your car when you own it. 
BUYING A NEW CHEVROLET CAR
  • If you would like to keep your new Chevrolet car for as long as possible, then buying a vehicle is a great option for you. While payments are typically higher when purchasing, every time you make a payment you are building equity in your vehicle and eventually, you'll own your Chevrolet car outright.
  • Unlike leasing, there are no mileage restrictions when you financing a car. If you put a lot of miles on your vehicle, then buying is probably your best option.
  • If you keep your vehicle past the life of the loan, you'll eventually be free of loan payments.
  • Insurance costs are generally lower on cars you purchase than on cars you lease.
  • You're free to sell your car at any time.
  • You don't have to worry about accidentally spilling coffee on your carpet which might leave a minor stain. -Under a lease agreement, you'll be held financially responsible for that stain when you turn your vehicle in at the end of the lease.
  • You can add accessories or make modifications to your car when you own it.