It depends on factors such as 1) what kind of deal you can make with the dealership, 2) the typical mileage you put on your car, 3) how much you wear down a car, and 4) the primary use for the car.
To determine whether leasing or buying is best, compare the costs and other issues involved in a lease or purchase. The following factors should be considered:
• Beginning costs
• Continual costs
• Total costs
• Is there a possibility of deduction of any of the costs due to the car being used for business?
• How important is it to have ownership of the car
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Source: Thomson Reuters