The ideal way to lease a Porsche is to go through a Porsche dealership, says Porsche. Porsche dealerships offer special leases, such as the Porsche Preferred Lease, that other dealerships don't have.
The Porsche Preferred Lease has a lot of special features, notes Porsche. It has flexible terms, a low down payment and monthly payments, and benefits for new and pre-owned Porsche vehicles. There is a low, initial cash payment required with this type of lease and no security deposit required by the Porsche dealership. It also includes gap protection that helps replace a vehicle damaged in an accident. This also protects stolen vehicles.
The Porsche Preferred Lease also offers a flexible lease and excellent mileage options, according to Porsche. You should consider the uses of the car, and how many miles you typically drives in a year before deciding on a gas mileage option. There are discounted options when sports cars are only driven less than 10,000 miles per year.
Drivers should review the lease agreement thoroughly before signing it, says Edmunds.com. Regardless of where the Porsche is leased from, that lease agreement includes information about fees and penalties, interest rates and what to do if the car is damaged or stolen.