October 19, 2021
Coverage products are the most important aspects that define the quality of a deal. It adds an extra layer of safety and the respective peace of mind customers perceive when doing a car lease. Even… + continue reading
October 18, 2021
It has multiple names: "Lease End Protection", "Lease Guard", "Wear & Tear", "Excess Wear & Use Protection"... But it is essentially the same coverage. It covers up to a maximum amount of… + continue reading
October 12, 2021
You may have heard/read lots of discussions about this topic. In fact, this is probably the most polemic topic about winter driving in Canada. So, keeping driving habits away, fuel economy, and… + continue reading
October 8, 2021
We are happy to share this great feedback video we received from one of our happy Montreal based customers: @AutomotiveWoman ! Juliana's Lexus got sold pretty fast thanks to LeaseCosts Canada and she… + continue reading
October 3, 2021
During the holiday season, it is a good idea to speed up your new car delivery, but there are some pros and cons related to it. I will always encourage driving with Winter Tires under 7 degrees… + continue reading
September 22, 2021
Have recently checked on used car prices? If you haven't done so, I suggest you take some time to take a look at these. Used car prices have skyrocketed over the past 18 months and will probably… + continue reading
September 13, 2021
With more than 6,000 listed vehicles in our marketplace, we have started to notice some trends among the results experienced by our customers. There are many, and we will be talking about it in… + continue reading
August 24, 2021
After years of research, writing and study, we have finally come up with a "distributable package of knowledge", or a book :) It was about 400 articles later and the deep study we made of lease… + continue reading
August 12, 2021
UPDATED ON: August 11th, 2021 Lease Takeover deals have a slight little difference compared to any other variant of car purchase: it is a contract takeover, not an actual vehicle purchase. Although… + continue reading
July 13, 2021
The down payment is one of the major concerns customers face when deciding to sign a new car lease. Most advertising focuses on the monthly, bi-weekly or weekly payment, leaving the down payment to… + continue reading
July 8, 2021
I will make a short article about a topic that creates a lot of confusion when it comes to converting a bi-weekly payment to a monthly one. Especially since we launched our new Lease Takeover… + continue reading
July 5, 2021
The monthly payment is the primary among the two significant factors when deciding from a cost perspective: the car payment and the insurance cost. Most of the time, customers focus on it as… + continue reading
June 23, 2021
A couple of weeks ago I wrote about Toyota's Warranties in Canada, and there is a specific part of it that is worth to talk more: wearable components. If you plan to own your car for more than… + continue reading
June 17, 2021
Although the title of this article seems very "ideal," it is actually possible. Since we started our Lease Takeover Marketplace, I've seen deals go away in less than 12 hours and some other to take 8… + continue reading
June 11, 2021
Trade-Ins are not a bad idea. Your current vehicle plays a "downpayment" role while you are actually doing a swap, but it doesn't work on all cases. In fact, I wouldn't encourage anyone to do a trade… + continue reading
June 3, 2021
The short answer is "usually no." But it always "depends." As all other leasing companies, auto manufacturer banks have to comply with the Canadian Government regulations that require leasing… + continue reading
May 18, 2021
The main purpose of our Lease Takeover Marketplace setup is to help buyers connect with sellers the smoothest way possible. The following article will help you understand what you should do when you… + continue reading
May 6, 2021
A client of ours sent an email today addressing this specific concern: what are the procedures to take over a car lease? He specifically split it over with five questions I will discuss in… + continue reading
May 3, 2021
If you are not too convinced if by any chance is okay to take over a lease, then I suggest you take 5 minutes of your time and carefully read this article. Basically, I won't say today that every… + continue reading
April 20, 2021
The lease term is another factor most consumers look for but usually plays a secondary role when deciding, using it to customize the price. Among the 23,000 contracts in our study, these are the… + continue reading
April 8, 2021
As we regularly do at LeaseCosts™ Canada Inc., today I want to share with you some insights. These will certainly help you prepare for your next vehicle purchase/lease: break down your alternatives… + continue reading
April 1, 2021
Vehicles are way smarter today than a decade ago. I want to make this short post just as a heads up, nothing serious, but a good tip to always keep in mind: Adaptive Cruise Control and the Road… + continue reading
March 17, 2021
Have you heard of car deals with 6,000CAD downpayment upfront and thought it wasn't a good idea? As most of my articles, I always say: "it depends." While numbers are literally white/black… + continue reading
March 14, 2021
A lot of people get in touch with us every week with questions and requests for assistance in their car leasing process. WIth the purpose of helping others and to maintain our publishing process… + continue reading
March 1, 2021
Jumping into a dealership on the last day of the month has many particular things. I won't try to be sensationalist or "revealing," just go straight to the key elements that are strictly attached to… + continue reading
February 28, 2021
When it comes to doing a lease takeover, there are two (at least) people involved and a transfer of debt. In case you don't know it, all car lease contracts are treated as a loan, from a Credit… + continue reading
February 21, 2021
Since the early 2000's, when Toyota launched the Prius in North America, many manufacturers have been chasing the "hybrid vehicle" sector with caution. Hybrid and Electric vehicles have made it to… + continue reading
February 15, 2021
Oil change is a must. There is no way you can escape from it. Well, there are Electric Vehicles (EVs), but there is still a regular maintenance period. So, going back to oil change, I've known people… + continue reading
February 10, 2021
Canada is a vast country with a very particular snow season, including the biggest center/eastern cities during every winter. I'm my opinion; this may be probably one of the main reasons you will… + continue reading
February 9, 2021
We have all been there. Also, we all haven't, but that is how estimates work. Those are just estimates. Our daily driving habits depend on multiple things like if we got a new job or if we moved… + continue reading