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LeaseCompare.com Steps in as Chrysler and Others Exit Auto Leasing

August 14, 2008

CINCINNATI--LeaseCompare.com, a provider of online direct-to-consumer auto leasing, recently announced that it has the financial resources to provide leasing for those who want to lease Chrysler and other vehicle makes, including SUVs.

As an independent leasing company, http://www.LeaseCompare.com gives consumers access to new and used car leasing from banks, credit unions and other finance sources. Site visitors can instantly compare payments, rates and residual values from each source and select the best lease for their driving habits.

"LeaseCompare.com offers an alternative to a manufacturer lease," says Tarry Shebesta, president of LeaseCompare.com and auto leasing expert. "From one location, consumers can shop multiple lease offers from different sources and secure their lease online."

Top reasons to lease:

  • Lower monthly payments
  • Little or no down payments
  • No trade-in worries
  • Avoid upside-down loans
  • Lower sales tax (in most states)

Dealers looking for leasing sources to offer their customers can use the programs available on LeaseCompare.com through a dealer-only Web site, http://www.DoALease.com.

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