My Ford lease has damage and I am way over the mileage limit – can you help me?

Car leasing is great.I can think of no other way of driving a car.

But,one of the downsides is when life happens and we suffer damages and/or go way over the mileage allotment.

Like this:

OK… I need your help Markus!After reading your "How to turn end-of-lease cars into extra cash",it sounds like I'm pretty screwed with my current 2016 Lincoln MXK Select lease.When we first got the lease,my wife worked 5 min from our house.A month later she switched jobs and has been putting on 40+ miles per day on her SUV.Therefore,she's already at 52,000 miles and we still have 4 months left on the lease!The total amount of mileage allowed is 39,015.

Here are the details:
39-month lease (ends Aug 31st,2019 - 4左)支付
Payments: $569 per mon.
Mileage Allowed: 39,015
Actual Mileage: 52,000
Cost of Overage: .20 per mile
Buy Out Option: $27,332.60

What is the best option for me that would cost the least amount of money?We've been leasing cars forever and never ran into a situation like this.This sucks!

Also… She just rubbed a curb and took a chunk out of the side wall of one of her tires.So I need to get a new one.If I'm handing the care back into Lincoln,do I have to replace the tire with the same exact brand and model number?If not,I'll guy by a $89 tire instead of spending $230 on the OEM one.

Any help will be greatly appreciated!Thanks!

Have no fear,金宝博下载Markus Allen is here to deliver some potentially GREAT news:

Your timing is EXTREMELY fortunate.

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How to lease a Chevrolet Traverse 3LT with leather at $479.91 monthly – $0 cash down

I just got another unsolicited testimonial – my client got a Chevrolet Traverse 3LT with leather at $479.91 a month…$0 cash down sign and drive.

Here is what he wrote to me:

It's official brother!I have my new Traverse!Man,and it looks great.I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for the help that you have given to me.You have really saved me a lot of money.

– Stanley Roberts
Pepper Pike,Ohio

Chevy Traverse 3LT Leather AWD thumbs up

As always in this blog,let's get into the weeds on this amazing new-car lease deal…

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Here is how I would turn in my Ford vehicle for a profit

I just got this email question about how to handle an end-of-lease Ford turn in:

Hey Markus,I purchased your system a couple of days ago and I'm looking forward to using it.Thank you for the info!As I'm reading through everything the question that comes to mind is when should I initiate the process?I am currently leasing a Ford Escape (I had never leased before and made one of the worst business deals in my life….) and my lease expires in exactly 90 days.If I start the process now,is that too early?For example,if I found a vehicle in a week's time,it would leave me paying for 2 vehicles for several weeks.Or is this something I would address in the emails–the delivery date?Also,the salesman who initially got me into the lease told me that it's not worth buying my current vehicle because the price that was agreed upon when we signed the lease is higher than the vehicle is currently worth.(Nice.) Lastly,I purchased extra mileage up front (15k per year) and am now at 32k,meaning I've purchased an asset that,除非我做很多驾驶90年
days,I will give to Ford for free.My vehicle is in perfect condition.Should I try to sell it?I will appreciate any and all advice.

Normally,I would answer this question withinmy system

But you are asking great questions that a lot of people ask of me… so here we go:

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Should I wait a few months before leasing my new car?

I would like to engage in the lease in a few months from now.Would I purchase your program now and begin looking for the vehicle I would like to acquire?I don't want to impact the program in a negative way by not signing a lease immediately.

My KTL USA At-home Leasing Systemrewards those with extra time.

In a lot of cases,my clients are able to exit (i.e."flip") their current lease early and get into their next lease car in a better position than waiting until the last minute.(Plus,waiting until the last minute is a surefire way to get super stressed out.)

This is why my system gives you access for a full 12 months.So if you are going to order my system,it is better to do it sooner than later.

Can I get great Mercedes-Benz lease deals with $0 down?

I just got this question about leasing a Mercedes E450 Coupe 4matic:

Would I be able to participate knowing I would like a Black Mercedes E450 coupe 4matic?In reading your material I know you tend to look at lower priced vehicles for the best savings.

Take a look at this interesting infographic:

most leased cars in USA

As we see,a higher percentage of leased cars are for expensive cars.


By volume,most people lease cars under $30,000 MSRP.

My KTL USA At-home Leasing Systemworks for all production cars sold in the lower 48.With my system,we aim to comeclose to the 1% rule.It is a lease where the monthly payment is between .69% and 1.29% of the car's MSRP.

This includes all Mercedes-Benz cars (and similar higher-priced cars,too).

For example,this$67,940 Volvo S90 T6,this $60,645 INFINITI Q50 Red Sportandthis $47,590 Audi Q5are some of the higher-priced success stories featured on my blog here.

I find there is a sort of sweet spot – cars selling between $30,000 to $46,000 have the most incentives.That is why my clients are able to get a lot more car for a lot less money in this price range.

With that said, over $46,000 are closer to the 1.29% mark – especially since the E450 is "newish".(And remember: my system always gets a sign-and-drive,$0-cash-down lease).So for your Mercedes E450 Coupe 4matic,I recommend trying to get your payment near $800 month – again,no money down…

If you try and lease the exact same car from any Mercedes-Benz 188betapp下载dealership in America,your payment will be close to $1,000.00 a month (plus about $8,000.00 down).

By the way: I hope for your sake you get this E450… it is not like the boring E class of years past… I hear it is a blast to drive these days!