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Car Lease Takeover New Iberia LA

A car lease takeover, or lease transfer, offers a good way to get into a car when finances and credit are tight. Low payments and no down payment, even cash back, makes for some great deals.

Enterprise Rent-A-Car
(337) 364-5851
2215 Highway 14
New Iberia, LA

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Hertz - Paul Fournet Air Service
(337) 233-7010
118 John Glenn Drive
Lafayette, LA
Hours
Mo-Fr 0700-2200, Sa-Su 0800-2200
Special Services
Child Seats, Hand Controls for Disabled Drivers Only , Gold Counter Service

Hertz - Lafayette Regional Airport
(337) 233-7010
200 Terminal Drive
Lafayette, LA
Hours
Mo-Fr 0730-2230, Sa 1000-2130, Su 0830-2230
Special Services
Child Seats, Hand Controls for Disabled Drivers Only In-Car Navigation System , Portable Phones , Gold Counter Service
Additional Information
After Hours - Meets flight CO3040 arriving at 2349 if reservation is received during regular business hours. After hour returns are allowed. Park vehicle in a Hertz stall directly in front of the terminal. Note ending mileage and fuel level on the contract and place with the keys in the drop box located at the counter. Bus - Approximately 3.5 miles from the bus station. Cab fare will be reimbursed up to $20.00 with receipt.

Enterprise Auto Rental
(337) 232-5493
00 Terminal Dr
Lafayette, LA
 
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
(337) 235-6611
1020 Ne Evangeline Trwy
Lafayette, LA

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Enterprise Auto Rental
(337) 269-0170
700 Sw Evangeline Trwy
Lafayette, LA
 
Hertz - Odyssey Aviation
(337) 233-7010
123 Grissom Drive
Lafayette, LA
Hours
Mo-Fr 0700-2200, Sa-Su 0800-2200
Special Services
Child Seats
Additional Information
This location is for Private Flights only. Formerly known as Lafayette Aero.

Enterprise Auto Rental
(337) 237-2864
800 West Pinhook Road
Lafayette, LA
 
Enterprise Auto Rental
(337) 235-6611
020 Ne Evangeline Thruway
Lafayette, LA
 
Enterprise Auto Rental
(337) 993-8444
879-B Johnston St
Lafayette, LA
 
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Car Lease Takeover

In a tough economy, automotive consumers look for new ways to be able to get into the cars they need and want. Lease takeovers, or lease transfers, are increasingly providing the ideal answer for many of these consumers. Although lease transfers have been around for years, it has now become the hottest new way to acquire a late model automobile at the lowest possible cost.

Here's how a car lease takeover works
Someone who is currently leasing a car wants out of their lease. It might be for financial reasons, health reasons, a divorce, or that they simply want another car. They leased the car less than three years ago (most leases are 2-3 years) before the economy went sour. They might have made a large down payment or traded a relatively new car, or perhaps took advantage of a special promotional lease deal, which created low monthly payments.

They now want out of their lease and are willing to let someone else take over the car and lease, along with its low payments. In many cases, they are offering cash as an incentive to make the deal even more attractive.

What is a car lease takeover?
Sometimes called a lease trade or lease swap, taking over a car lease is simply a process by which someone takes over (assumes) the lease of another. It is primarily a paperwork process. Both the car and the lease change hands. The new lessee simply takes the car and begins making the same monthly payment as the original lessee under the same lease agreement, ...

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