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If you’re nearing the end of your car lease, don’t assume another one is your best option this time around.
While many consumers go from lease to lease — which puts them in a new vehicle every few years — the pandemic has upended the auto industry. This generally means the calculus has changed for whether another lease makes sense, experts say.
For starters, “the ability to get access to the car you want quickly isn’t there,” said Pat Ryan, founder and CEO of car-shopping app CoPilot. “You might be waiting three to six months for it.”
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