Many of us have dreamt about owning that one special car since we were young, but unfortunately, now that we’re adults, it’s not always as easy as walking into a dealership, handing over the cash outright and picking up the keys.
If you haven’t given up on your dream, there are many other accessible ways that you can get your hands on that car – so here’s what you can do.
Rent your dream car over an agreed amount of time for a fixed price and lease it. When you head to the likes of Zen Auto for leasing options, you will not only get the chance to select your vehicle, but you will also receive breakdown assistance and recovery from the AA, a manufacturer’s warranty on any parts that may need repairing or replacing and road tax.
Buy it second hand
You can often save a lot of money when you choose to buy second hand, particularly if it’s a luxury vehicle as their depreciation rates tend to be a lot higher than those of regular cars. On your search for your new pride and joy, you may be able to find your perfect model with low mileage and a low-price tag!
If you’d like to pick up your new vehicle now but own it outright over a period of time, financing it could be the best option for you. If this sounds like your best bet, you can choose between two options: use a private loan from a bank or independent lender to buy it, or opt for a hire purchase agreement, where the value of the loan is guaranteed against the value of the car.
Drive it for the day
Fascinated by a certain make or model but know that you really can’t afford to buy or run it? Why not drive it for the day instead? No matter whether your dream car is a Lamborghini, Ferrari, Porsche, BMW, Mercedes or Audi – or something else – the chances are that you can probably drive it around the track a few times when you book an experience day.
There are quite a few options to choose from when it comes to being able to finance your dream car. So now that you’re aware of them, you can make your goal a reality!
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