Just some general tips for anyone thinking about leasing. First, make sure you can live within the mileage limits set in the lease. If it's not 15,000 miles a year you may get in trouble at the end & be required to pay a huge penalty, like $.50 per mile over the cap. So, if you go 10,000 miles over they'll ask for $5,000 over and above any other fees. Before you sign off on a lease look closely at "capitalized cost." Be sure of what you're being asked to pay for. Ask the salesperson to give to a list of what's in the cap cost, you'll quite often be surprized. Then take the money factor and multiply times 24. That's the interest rate. If it's outrageous don't be surprized. (Go in knowing what your bank is charging on auto loans, etc.) You can negotiate down the cap cost, and you can negotiate the interest rate, too.
Dealership asshole salespeople suck the gullible buyers in by asking "what do you want your monthly payment to be?" They will then screw you like a tied up sheep by fiddling with the lease term, the cap cost & money factors on the way to getting the buyer the "affordable" lease rate they want. In most cases you're better off buying rather than leasing. Leasing works well on high end cars that have high operating costs and rapid depreciation. On normal vehicles it can be a crap shoot. CAVEAT EMPTOR!!!!!
'09 JKRU. 4" Teraflex long arm, Teraflex R44 housing, Teraflex / Fox Resis, Poly Performance skids, Nemesis Billy Rockers, Nemesis flares, 37" ATZ P3s on 17" 5x5.5" Trailready HDs, Spyntec hubs, Teraflex BBK, Mopar BBK master/booster, Superior front & Alloy USA rear axle shafts, CTMs, Reids, Synergy drag link & tie rod, WTOR hydro-boosted steering, 5.38s, TF Dual Rate front bar, TF bumpers, Warn Powerplant, Tom Woods shafts, AA xfer case cable, Kilby canister relo, RH4x4 cage.