We've had quite a few of our Greer, SC customers ask about leasing a 2020 RAM 1500. Leasing is becoming a very popular option, but people want to know if you should lease a truck like the RAM 1500. If you're considering leasing a 2020 RAM 1500, chances are you're trying to learn about the benefits and drawbacks of leasing compared to buying your pickup. We're going to look at some of the factors that have led so many Greer, SC drivers to lease their RAM, as well as how you can get the best deal on a new lease from Benson CDJ.

Whether this is your first time leasing, or you just want to know more about leasing a RAM 1500, we're going to go over many of the details below. And if you have any further questions, you can visit our RAM dealership in Greer, or easily contact us online or over the phone. At Benson CDJ, we pride ourselves on providing a superior level of service to our Carolina customers. No matter how complicated or simple your question, we are always happy to take time to get you the information you need.

Whether you're located in Greer, Spartanburg, or even as far as Charlotte, you should find this information about leasing a 2020 RAM 1500 helpful. Benson CDJ is South Carolina's #1 CDJR dealer for both volume and reviews, meaning Carolina shoppers can expect stellar service and low prices.

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Benson Chrysler Dodge Jeep

415 W Wade Hampton Blvd
Directions Greer, SC 29650-1538

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Why Lease a RAM 1500?

When shopping for a new pickup truck, Asheville drivers will likely be choosing between financing or leasing their RAM 1500. While many South Carolina buyers still choose to finance and own their pickup, leasing is becoming more and more popular. But why are so many Charlotte, NC drivers choosing to lease? Below, we're going to look at why so many of our North Carolina & South Carolina customers are leasing their RAM 1500, as well as some of the restrictions that come with a lease.

Leases Have Low Monthly Payments

One thing that Greenville shoppers will find, is that leases often offer lower monthly payments. There are various factors that lead to lease payments to be lower than car loan payments.

When you lease a RAM 1500, you are normally leasing it for 2 to 3 years. After the term is up, you return your truck to the dealership. They will then sell the vehicle as used or certified pre-owned. So you're not paying for the full cost of the vehicle. Instead, your lease payments mainly go to paying solely for the difference between the new price and used price of your truck. That means Greenville drivers can feel confident that their low payments will translate to a low overall cost when it comes to their lease of a 2020 RAM 1500.


No Worries About Depreciation

Depreciation is just a fact of life when it comes to buying a vehicle. No matter its condition, a vehicle loses a significant portion of its new value when driven off the lot. If you choose to buy a  new car, you know that you will be selling it for possibly thousands less, even if you sell it a week later.

However, leasing your 2020 RAM 1500 means you won't have to worry about depreciation down the road. The last thing many Carolina drivers want is to pay a loan payment for years based on the vehicle's new value, only to sell for a significant loss down the road. That's why many of our Charlotte customers are choosing to lease their vehicle rather than purchase outright or finance.

Warranties & Peace of Mind

All new 2020 RAM 1500 models come with great standard warranties, covering everything from the powertrain to other mechanical aspects of the truck. However, standard warranties tend to last 3 years, with powertrain warranties lasting for either a longer time or more miles. And while RAM offers great warranties, you could be on the hook for repair costs should any problems arise once the warranty runs out. Leasing your 2020 RAM 1500 eliminates that worry, giving you peace of mind that any problems with your truck will be covered for the duration of your lease.

Having your leased 2020 RAM 1500 under warranty for the entire time you have it gives great peace of mind, and will eliminate major repair costs from your car budget. The last thing any Spartanburg driver wants is to have an unexpected repair take hundreds or even thousands of dollars out of their pocket. While RAM trucks are very reliable and have a great track record for owner satisfaction, many South Carolina drivers prefer to have the peace of mind that total warranty coverage gives them.


Downsides of Leasing a RAM 1500

While leasing a 2020 RAM 1500 is a great option for many North & South Carolina drivers, there are some downsides that shoppers should be aware of. For some, they could be dealbreakers. For many others, they won't be considerations at all. That said, we always recommend that our Carolina customers look at every angle before making a vehicle purchase or lease commitment.

No Customization

For some RAM 1500 owners, customization is a way of life. From lift kits, to aftermarket exhausts, to off-road equipment, Mopar has a wide selection of custom options for the 2020 RAM 1500. However, most of these custom options will be unavailable to you if you are leasing your RAM 1500. That's because the dealership needs to be able to certify and sell the vehicle down the road, and needs it to be in stock condition. If you already have your lift kit bookmarked, you will have to decide whether you prefer the lower payments and convenience of a lease, or the freedom that comes with owning your own truck.


Mileage Limits

While the specific mileage limits will depend on the lease, all leased RAM 1500 models will have some sort of limit on your mileage. There could be yearly limits, an overall limit, or a combination of both. For most Greer, SC drivers, these limits will be more than high enough. Having mileage limits on your lease generally will not affect normal use. But if you plan to drive cross-country, or are frequently towing very long distances, you should work with the staff at Benson CDJ to calculate your expected mileage. That will help you decide if leasing a 2020 RAM 1500 is right for you.

Required Maintenance

Most leases will have some sort of required regular maintenance written into the lease. This helps make sure that your RAM 1500 stays in good condition during the term of your lease. While these requirements are not meant to be burdensome on South Carolina owners, some people might not want to have to adhere to a schedule when it comes to maintenance.

Learn More About Leasing a RAM 1500 at Benson CDJ

When it comes to taking home your 2020 RAM 1500, leasing could be a great option for you. South Carolina drivers can get an award-winning full-size pickup truck with low monthly payments, great warranty coverage, and peace of mind. But it's also important to make sure you have all the information you need when deciding between leasing and financing.

That's where Benson Chrysler Dodge Jeep comes in.

Located in Greer, SC, we are South Carolina's #1 CDJR dealer for both sales volume and customer ratings. Our staff has decades on the job, and is here to answer any and all questions you have about leasing a RAM 1500. We will always take the time to sit down with you and work through all the details, making sure you will be thoroughly satisfied with your decision. Whether you're chatting us from Charlotte, or just visiting us from down the road, you can always expect the same level of excellent service. And as the #1 volume dealer in the state, we are able to bring you a wide selection of vehicles at great prices.

Be sure you've checked out our lease specials and inventory above, and contact us to learn more about leasing a 2020 RAM 1500.

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