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Best Lease Cars Huntington IN

Read on the following article to learn the cheapest cars to lease and where to find them. The best lease cars are those with low prices, high residuals, and best promotional incentives.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car
(260) 358-9322
239 Hauenstein Rd
Huntington, IN

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Enterprise Auto Rental
(260) 478-8715
833 W Ferguson Rd
Fort, Wayne, IN
 
Hertz - Atlantic Aviation
(260) 747-6108
4021 Air Street
Fort Wayne, IN
Hours
Mo-Fr 0600-2400
Sa 0700-2200
Su 0700-2400
Special Services
Child Seats, Hand Controls for Disabled Drivers Only , Gold Counter Service
Additional Information
After Hours - After hour returns are allowed. Park vehicle in the Hertz area, place keys and rental record in the drop box.

Enterprise Auto Rental
(260) 482-2662
006 Lima Rd
Fort, Wayne, IN
 
Budget Rent A Car
(574) 287-2333
23134 Us Highway 20
South Bend, IN

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Enterprise Auto Rental
(260) 432-0880
015 Lawrence Drive
Fort, Wayne, IN
 
Hertz - Ft. Wayne International Airport
(260) 747-6108
3801 West Ferguson Road
Fort Wayne, IN
Hours
Su-Fr 0800-2400
Sa 0800-1700
Special Services
Child Seats, Hand Controls for Disabled Drivers Only In-Car Navigation System , Gold Counter Service
Additional Information
After hours - After hour returns are allowed. Park car in Hertz area. Place keys and rental record in drop box.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car
(219) 933-8181
5716 Indianapolis Blvd
Hammond, IN

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Penske Truck Rental
(812) 331-1188
2212 S Yost Ave
Bloomington, IN
 
Campus Auto Rental
(812) 332-4939
2425 S Walnut St
Bloomington, IN
 
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Best Lease Cars

As you probably already know, leasing provides much lower car payments than buying with a loan. However, unlike loan purchases, lease payments actually depend on the type of car and other factors. The cheapest lease may not be for the cheapest car. Let's explain.

What determines low lease payments?
First, let's look at how loan payments work. If we have two different cars (different makes and models) with the same price — say, a Ford and a Honda — and we have a loan for each, the monthly loan payments will be exactly the same, assuming same price, same loan terms, same buyer. The type or brand of car doesn't matter.

However, given the same two cars, same price, same buyer, lease payments will be different. Why is that, you might ask?

The reason is that one car's lease-end residual value will almost certainly be different that the other's. The car with the highest residual value will have the lowest monthly payment and be the cheapest to lease. In our example, Honda cars will generally have higher residuals than Fords, which makes Honda the cheapest to lease. See our for a table showing residual values for all car makes and models.

Sometimes car companies offer special promotional lease deals with artificially boosted residual values that make those vehicles great deals for the time of the promotion.

What is considered a cheap lease?
Based on emails we receive and other sources, it appears that most people consider a ver...

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