We often expect the new year to be a great time of renewal. The phrase new year, new me gets thrown around quite a bit in January. It’s a nice sentiment, but far too often it winds up being far from the reality. Change can be difficult, and even when it’s not, it still requires a lot of energy. It’s a much easier when the change is one you’re excited to make, and what’s more exciting than cruising around Cincinnati in a 2017 RAM 1500?

Getting a new vehicle is the most fun in the conceptual stage and as you’re driving it off the lot. It’s the when, where, what, and how that can sometimes muddy up the process. As you can probably imagine, we have some suggestions on the what, and can definitely help you with the where (your local pre-owned and new Dodge dealers), but it’s the how we should focus on today.

When you go to buy a new car, you don’t necessarily need to “buy” a new car, there’s a chance that leasing may be a better option for your circumstances. When you buy, you own the vehicle, it’s yours, and you can largely do whatever you want to it. If you know you’re going to get a lot of use out your new car or truck, build up some wear and tear, or if you just know you’re in it for the long haul, buying is definitely the way to go. However, if you’re just looking for a change of pace, if you want to see yourself in something different (or have others see you in something different) but don’t feel the need to be married to a new car, you might consider leasing. From a financial standpoint, monthly payments are usually lower and once the lease agreement ends the turnover is easy.

It’s our mission at Jake Sweeney Chrysler Jeep® Dodge RAM to find you a vehicle that best serves your situation. Stop by today!