At Woody Folsom Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM, we’re passionate about offering outstanding customer service to our Baxley area customers. This includes thoroughly educating our customers on the car leasing process.


Here are three Jeep Wrangler leasing mistakes to avoid making in order to save money.


  1. Not Negotiating Prices


It is a common misunderstanding that all car leases require you to pay for the sticker price, or MSRP, of the new vehicle. However, this isn’t true. Instead, you should negotiate the price based upon the car’s capitalized cost, which is the amount of money the lease is based upon.


Here at our Baxley area Jeep dealership, our financial services department is committed to getting you the best lease agreement for your budget.


  1. Not Considering the Lease’s Total Cost


It’s imperative for drivers to consider the total amount of their lease rather than just the monthly payments. To find out this number, simply multiply the monthly lease costs by one less than the number of months in the lease term, and then also add the amount due at signing. This will help you to not break the bank for a new set of wheels.


  1. Ignoring Your Credit Score


Your credit history plays a vital role in the car leasing process. The higher your credit score is, the lower your monthly interest will be. This will save you a lot of money in the long run. You can easily check your credit score and report online. Many sites also allow you to see your credit score for free.


If you want to get a great deal on a new Jeep Wrangler lease, stop by Woody Folsom Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM today. We’re excited to serve you!