You know that you want to sign a Chrysler lease, but you don’t know what kind of lease you should get. Our finance team here at I.G. Burton Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM of Milford has all the answers. Read on to learn what you should consider, and then stop by our dealership to get the ball rolling.

Which Chrysler Vehicle Do You Want?

First, you need to decide what kind of vehicle you should lease. If you are in need of something spacious that will also be used to haul yourself and multiple passengers, you may want a Chrysler Pacifica. If you need something that’s great for personal errands and commutes, then a Chrysler 300 is the ride for you.

What Are Your Driving Habits?

Next, think about how much driving you are going to do. A lot of your Chrysler lease agreement is going to depend on how many miles you typically drive in a year. When you first sign your lease, you will give a rough estimate of how many miles you will drive your car during your lease agreement.

If this is the car that you are probably only going to take to and from work, then you may not drive it a lot. However, if your job requires a lot of driving or if you do a lot of driving during your time off, then you want to get a lease that allows that. Just remember that every lease will have mileage stipulations — if you’re uncomfortable with that, financing may be a better fit.

Trust the Experts at I.G. Burton Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM of Milford

For each and every factor for your Chrysler lease, make sure you talk with a financial expert from our team at I.G. Burton Chrysler Dodge Jeep RAM of Milford. We can’t wait to get you inside a premiere Chrysler vehicle.