By using Switchtrader.com lease sellers can exit their Mini lease before the contract expiration date through a lease assumption or lease transfer to a buyer seeking to get into a Honda lease, the obligation for the remaining term of the Honda lease is then transferred to the buyer after meeting the credit criteria of the Honda lease seller's leasing company. Fundamentally itís important to be aware of the following if you are looking to exit your Honda lease.
(1) The lease assumption process is final when the lease company holding the vehicle title receives any transfer fees that may be required by said company, the new lease buyer is credit approved, the new lease contract is signed by both the buyer and seller, and the vehicle is delivered to the buyer.
(2) Switchtrader.com is in the business of helping people get in and out of vehicle leases. Several factors could determine the success in transferring a leased vehicle. (a) Cash incentives from sellers to lease buyers to motivate a buyer. (b) Other incentives are offers to pay the lease transfer fees, transportation expenses.
Switchtrader.com provides the technological platform and marketplace to facilitate the coming together of lease sellers and lease buyers to further their interests in exiting and entering automotive leases, we are the ONLY! Lease transfer marketplace that allows video uploads of lease sellerís vehicles in addition to the standard digital images; certainly the combination of both a short video clip complete with voiceover capability and the digital images provides a powerful and compelling presentation to lease buyers as they search for the perfect Honda lease.
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The history of the Mini make began in 1959. The original Mini motorcar was produced by the British Motor Corporation (BMC) in England and its mission was to be a lightweight, agile four-passenger car that took up minimal space. In a sense, the brand was born out of necessity. The United Kingdom was subject to fuel rationing in the wake of the Suez crisis, and British consumers clamored for vehicles that offered optimum fuel efficiency.
The car was originally sold under BMC's Austin and Morris brands; the Mini name didn't make an appearance until 1961. Although it had just 34 horsepower, the Mini was the ideal urban car and proved popular in crowded European cities. In 1961, John Cooper, a man who built Formula One racecars, put his magic hands on the Mini and the result was the ferocious Mini Cooper. His Cooper S model had (at 76 horsepower) more than double the output of the standard Mini. That infusion of power, along with suspension tweaks and some really good driving, had Mini winning the Monte Carlo Rally four years in a row (1964-'67). The marque landed on American shores in 1962.
The current two car lineup reads: Mini Cooper, Mini Cooper Clubman.