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Best Luxury Cars to Lease

Exotic Cars for Lease

Today, more than ever, people love to have choices. When it comes to leasing luxury, collector and exotic cars, people have the chance to drive the car of their dreams. But with so many different choices, what is the best car to lease? To assist customers, Premier Financial Services, the leading exotic and collector car leasing company in North America, names its Top 10 cars to lease.

"The attributes that make a car an excellent candidate for leasing are the same attributes that make it a good vehicle to purchase - strong resale and a good value," said Mitch Katz, president/CEO of Premier Financial Services. "Using those primary criteria, we feel these 10 vehicles represent an excellent value in today's automotive market and should retain their value over the long run."

  • 2005 Lamborghini Murciélago Roadster — Previous Lamborghini roadsters have held their values well over time, and the limited production of the Murciélago model should follow the same path.

  • 2005 Bentley Flying Spur — Bentley dealers have long deposit lists for this model and the factory is limited to the number of cars it can produce.

  • 2005 Ferrari F430 — Programs like Premier Financial Services' Simple Lease® enable lessees to benefit from leasing this car.

  • 2001-2004 Ferrari 360 — The buzz from the F430 has created a renewed interest in pre-owned Ferrari coupes and convertibles. Retail prices for these models are actually increasing, making them excellent lease investments.

  • 1965 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider Veloce — Alfas continue to be the solution for a realistically priced, fun-to-drive four-cylinder European car and is probably the most undervalued. It's as much fun to drive as any Austin Healey or Porsche 365B Coupe.
  • 1995-1998 Porsche 911 (993) — The last of the air-cooled 911 models, re-engineered and equipped with Porsche's proven Boxer engine, the 993 is a pleasure to drive and has proven to be relatively easy to maintain. Another plus is that many Porsche enthusiasts consider this the last 911 built.
  • 1989 Ferrari 328 GTSi — Arguably the best year for this popular model, it is the last of a generation of 308-style cars and is the best-engineered example. Later model rims, anti-lock brake system and air conditioning all contribute to a well-built Ferrari that elicits a loyal following.

  • 1971-1974 Ferrari 246 GT — With classic lines, this model launched the mid-engine Ferrari revolution, making it the best car in which to experience the sensation of speed when only driving 40 mph. Because it is relatively rare, the only difficulty may be finding one in A+ condition.

  • 1956-1958 Porsche 356 Speedster — In today's hot collector car market, all 365 models are setting records with enthusiasts, and the Speedster is the icon car. One of the most recognizable shapes in the entire automotive world, this Porsche is one ride that's very simple to maintain.

  • 1968-1969 Ferrari 365 GTC — Rare and classic, this model represents a real bargain in the Ferrari world.

With many exotic and collectible cars, it can be very advantageous to lease instead of buy, especially if the leased vehicle can be expected to retain a greater percentage of its value over the length of the lease than conventional autos. Premier's Simple Lease® program features several customized leasing options to make the process virtually carefree. The program includes paying off the remaining residual on the car outright to trading the car into a dealer and keeping the difference earned from the dealer.

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(Source: Premier Financial Services)
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