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Sommers Subaru - Subaru Dealer in Thiensville, Wisconsin

Sommers Subaru

7211 W Mequon Rd
Thiensville, Wisconsin 53092
(888) 451-5758

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BUYER CHECKLIST
Interested in leasing this vehicle? Use this checklist to help you make a safe and successful lease.
BEFORE YOU LEASE
Know what your budget is
Make sure you know what you can afford before approaching any dealers for a specific vehicle.
Find out the true price of the vehicle
Be sure to do your homework and check lots of resources to find out exactly what price your desired car is worth.
Test drive the vehicle
Visit your local dealer and test drive your desired vehicle. Make sure you know for certain that it’s the vehicle you want to shop around for.
Find out what vehicle features you want
While test-driving your vehicle, be sure to note all of the critical features you’d like to have in your vehicle.
Know which features you can live without
Once you’ve made your list of vehicle features you want, make a separate list of which features you can live without. Sometimes the dealer doesn’t have the vehicle with every single feature you want, and agreeing to sacrifice a few features may save you time and money in the long run.
Determine if you will be trading in your current vehicle
Visit your nearest CARMAX or dealer and sell your current vehicle so that you can put that money towards your desired lease.
Find out how popular your vehicle is
Do your homework to see if many other dealers are also leasing your desired vehicle, and find out the price and terms being offered from those dealers. This information will help you determine what your can negotiate for you desired vehicle.
Determine how much mileage you will need
It is important for you to understand how many miles per year you will be driving. Leasing is based in part on mileage. Determine how much mileage you need before proceeding with your lease financing options.
Determine how long you want to lease the vehicle for
It is also important for you to understand how long you want to lease your vehicle for. Dealers offer lease programs with varying lengths, and the terms that are right for your needs can save you money.
Get quotes from multiple dealers
Solicit price quotes from multiple dealers so you know you’re getting a competitive price for your desired vehicle.
Do background check on your dealer
Make sure the dealer you’re communicating with is a reputable dealer and is in good standing with LeaseTrader.
Shop around for lease financing options
Although most dealers offer financing programs, you should also contact your bank or other lenders to see what kind of lease financing they will offer you. Sometimes your bank can actually offer more competitive financing than the dealer.
Dealer lease finance incentives
Find out what kind of incentives your dealer will offer if you choose to finance your lease through them. Some dealers will offer cash incentives or rebates if you use their financing department.
WHEN YOU’RE READY TO LEASE
Estimate your lease payments
Make sure you have done your homework and you know exactly what you will be paying each month, and for how many months.
Contact your dealer
Make contact with the dealer you would like to work with and discuss the different leasing programs available for your desired vehicle.
Find out if there are any manufacturer incentives
Be sure to ask your dealer if you qualify for any manufacturer incentive programs for the lease you’re inquiring about.
Find out any shipping fees
Discuss any shipping fees or costs to transport the vehicle to you.
Find out what the dealer fees/processing charges are
Make sure you know exactly all the extra fees and processing charges applied to the lease, above and beyond the price of the lease.
Extended warranties
Ask about any extended warranty programs and the associated fees.
Service contracts
Ask if the your desired lease comes with any service contracts and find out the associated fees.
Make sure the contract includes GAP insurance
GAP insurance may be an important addition for you to have on your desired lease. Make sure you fully understand what GAP coverage is, and if your desired lease will include it.
Maintaining the Lease
Talk to the dealer about the terms of maintaining the lease. Make sure you fully understand the conditions and penalties involved at the end of the lease regarding vehicle maintenance.
Read the contract before buying
Have the dealer draw up a contract for your desired lease and have them fax it to you. Review it carefully before you sign on the dotted line. Be certain that it contains all terms, fees and conditions that you discussed and agreed to.
AFTER YOU LEASE
Arrange for vehicle transportation
Arrange for the vehicle to be transported to your location.
Tax, Tag and Title
Make necessary arrangements to pay the taxes, title and tag fees for your new lease.
Vehicle Registration
Be sure to register your new lease in your state.
Get all keys to the vehicle
Make sure the dealer includes all vehicle keys and alarm controls that come with your vehicle.
Obtain documentation for any negotiated maintenance programs
If your vehicle comes with a maintenance program, or if you purchased one, make sure the necessary paperwork and documentation comes with your lease.
Make sure it’s the vehicle you ordered
When your vehicle arrives, make sure it’s the exact vehicle you leased from the dealer.
Make sure vehicle has been properly detailed
Be sure to check that the dealer has fully detailed the vehicle prior to you taking ownership of it.
Understand how to care for your vehicle
Read the vehicle’s manual and talk to the dealer about proper care for maintaining the vehicle.
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