By posting your vehicle with Switchtrader.com lease sellers can exit their Aston Martin lease before the contract expiration date through a lease assumption or lease transfer to a buyer seeking to get into an Aston Martin lease, the obligation for the remaining term of the Aston Martin lease is then transferred to the buyer after meeting the credit criteria of the Aston Martin lease seller's leasing company. Itís important to understand the following:
(1) There are two types of fees involved in transferring a leased vehicle. First a nominal fee to promote your vehicle to interested buyers on our website and additionally there are fees charged by your leasing company. These fees vary depending on the leasing company. Generally the leasing company fees include a credit application fee and a lease transfer fee.
(2) A vehicle's depreciation is the highest in the first few months after it leaves the dealer's lot. Since a lessee pays for depreciation in equal monthly payments, lessees who end a lease early have almost always used up more of a car's value than they've paid for.
So lease contracts generally carry penalties for early termination. Be aware of what those penalties are before you sign the lease contract.
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Switchtrader.com Aston Martin snapshot.
Aston Martin founders Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford started the company in 1914 in a small West London workshop. Aston Martin is associated with British entities such as royal families and James Bond; the DB5 starred in the 1964 Bond film Goldfinger
The current lineup includes the following: 2007 Aston Martin DB9, 2006 Aston Martin V12 Vanquish, 2007 Aston Martin V8 Vantage.