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Available over 12, 24, or, 36-Month terms. Pick a car from our inventory. You will be responsible for the cost of insurance, repairs, licensing, and maintenance throughout. To get behind the wheel you will be required to pay your first month a refundable security deposit and setup. Initial costs vary by vehicle and can be viewed in our Cayman Leasing Inventory section above.
Cayman Leasing is the home of the $100 purchase option! After you have successfully completed your lease, you can buy the car from us for you guessed it, 100 bucks!
22 years of age or older.
Yes, the Monthly Insurance Plan starts at $89/month. Our fleet is insured by BritCay with comprehensive insurance.
The Cayman Leasing office is located at 70 Hospital Road in George Town. If you are driving down Hospital Road towards the Hospital, you will see us on the right before you get to the 4-way stop.
It is entirely up to you. But to avoid disappointment such as the car being out on another test drive, we recommend you call us before at 945-2211.
You will be required to pay your first month, a refundable security deposit and setup fee.
No worries, give Cayman Leasing a call at 945-2211 and we are happy to answer any other questions you might have!
Yes – Welcome to Cayman!
Refundable deposits start at $1000. The deposit amount varies based on each applicants individual circumstances and term selected. These deposits are fully refundable at successful completion.
We like to have you behind the wheel the business day after you make your first payment!
No, but feel free to bring your mechanic with you to check the vehicle over for you. We want you to be fully comfortable before you drive away. You will be responsible for all future repairs to the vehicle once the lease begins.
Click here to use our early payment calculator.
Cayman Leasing operate’s a no-haggle business. Prices are non-negotiable. This transforms the car leasing or buying experience from a stressful, dreaded event into the honest, straightforward experience all people deserve.
No, Cayman Leasing lease agreements are vehicle leases only. You will gain no equity in the vehicle from your monthly payments. At successful lease completion and only at successful lease completion you will have a $100 purchase option to buy the car from us at that point.
Happily — check the Cayman Leasing resources section above, you can email yourself a copy!
Cayman Leasing is open Tuesday-Friday 1pm-6pm and Saturdays 10am-2pm.
No, until you are the owner you cannot sell the vehicle. If you would like to become the owner you can prepay your remaining lease payments and use your $100 purchase option to buy the car from Cayman Leasing early.
Cayman Leasing recommend’s you service the vehicle soon after you start your lease and from then on we recommend you read the manufacturer guidelines for servicing which is generally about every 3-4 months.
Yes, all of Cayman Leasing’s vehicles are available for outright sale. Check the cash price in the Cayman Leasing inventory section above. We can also provide you with an invoice to take to your bank loan officer for these vehicles.
The million dollar question! – I hate to tell you, but there is no right answer! – This is a personal decision folks, and will come down to lifestyle, budget, and future plans. So instead of telling you what program you should pick, lets discuss the BEST feature of each program.
No further monthly payments! – Its yours to do with what you like.
Fixed costs throughout! – No need to budget for breakdowns, everything is included. Budget perfection.
Ownership at the end! – You get to keep the vehicle after the term is over and will have built equity.
Have more questions? – Contact a Cayman Leasing rep at 945-2211.
Purchase products at Auto Geek – see links above!
We are excited to announce our vehicle sale. Lots of vehicles available at drastically reduced prices. There has never been a better time to buy a vehicle in the Cayman Islands.
Check out our inventory section to see the cars we have available for lease, lease-to-own, and purchase. If you see one of the $1000 off stickers on it – you know its going to be a hot one.
Call us at 945-2211 extension 1 to book a test drive or use the on screen booking forms.
Together lets clear out our stock!
Payment plans available over up to 36 months. In-house vehicle financing. Fast financing. Cayman’s lease and lease-to-own experts.
1. Examine the tires individually. Does each have at least a quarter of an inch of tread? Is the wear even? Are the tires matched in size and brand?
2. If the vehicle has wheels with spokes, look through the openings on the front wheels to check the disc brake rotors. Are they scored?
3. Look under the car for fluid leaks. Do this with the engine off and again with it running.
4. Squat at the front corners of the car and look down along its sides for ripples that might indicate body repairs.
5. Open and close all the doors and the trunk. Make sure all operate smoothly.
6. Lock and unlock all the doors from inside and out.
7. Ask the salesman to sit behind the wheel and operate the headlights, brake lights and turn signals as you verify that they work.
8. Open the hood with the engine running and listen for knocks, ticks or hisses.
9. Check door edges and hinges for rust.
10. Lift up the pad or carpet in the trunk and check for rust.
11. Slide behind the steering wheel and make sure the controls for every system operate properly. Does the air conditioner cool, does the heater heat, does the CD player work?
12. If there is an air freshener hanging from the rearview mirror or the interior smells as though it was just sprayed with air freshener, open the doors for a few minutes and let it air out. By the time your test-drive is completed, the air freshener smell should be gone and you can get a better idea of the odors you will have to live with.
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We have drastically reduced our summer vehicle leasing rates until we are sold out! – You can currently lease a vehicle from us all-in including rate, repairs, and insurance for as little as $599 per month. Just pay for gas.
Some of the best lease deals we have are as follows:
HYUNDAI SONATA – regular $699 – now $599 per month
BMW X1 – regular $999 – now $899 per month
MERCEDES-BENZ C250 – regular $899 – now $799 per month
DODGE DART – regular $699 – now $599 per month
Why rent when you can lease!
Call 945-2211 ex 1 for more information. Limited quantities available. Don’t delay.
Rates offered at a fraction of the price rental car companies charge. Don’t rent – Lease!
If you are shopping for a used car in Cayman, give a Cayman Leasing sales rep a call at 945-2211. We have lease-to-own installment plans offered over 0, 12, 24, and 36 month terms.
Many of our clients return their rental car’s and hop into one of our vehicles at a fraction of the monthly price Hertz Cayman, Avis Cayman or Budget Cayman offer them. And with us, clients have the option to keep the car at the end of the term!
Why rent when you can lease?!
If leasing isn’t your thing, used cars can be purchased outright. Cash is king!
We have options for all budgets and term preferences and a wide inventory of used vehicles for better choice. Come for a test drive today!
Rental Car from rental car companies (Hertz Cayman, Avis Cayman, Budget Cayman)
No ability to lock in pricing – changes by season demand.
Daily insurance costs
Must pay rental car environmental taxes
White “visitor” license plates
No ownership options
Automotive Leasing from Cayman Leasing
Ability to lock in fixed pricing throughout the term
Insurance is quoted on an individual basis for the lowest possible pricing and included!
Maintenance & repairs included in pricing
No rental car environmental taxes whatsoever
Yellow “private” license plates
To increase buying power. – If you had 20k available, using the money as a down payment allows you to increase the size of your purchase significantly. Not only is this leverage good for growth, but it can also lower unit costs because of the bulk size of the transaction. I.e. 5 units costing $5000 each versus 10 units purchased at $4000 each.
To protect against inflation. – Setting costs in today’s dollars for the lease term allows you to know what your costs will be in the future. We understand the changing nature of business and automotive leasing can help you forecast your equipment costs over a number of years.
To better match revenue with expenditures. – Automotive leasing allows you to better match your revenue with your expenses by paying for the equipment while it is used to generate income or protect profits. This can have a significant impact on the cash flow for the business. A business with cash flow problems has a much more difficult time trying to grow. Remove the bottleneck, lease business vehicles.
Little do drivers know that car colours play an important role in getting the best value when selling the used vehicle. While there may not be any psychological evidences on this, a recent research confirmed that colours do affect the value of the car.
For starters, a yellow paintjob will get $1500 more value than a black paint job. The striking bright colour carries more appeal whereas the black paint is perhaps too common and too dull.
The research was conducted by iseecars.com and it was based on all the used vehicles that were sold from 1981 and 2010. The company’s CEO, Phong Ly, revealed that colours like black and silver might sell fast but when reselling them, their value dips far below the rare colour options like yellow, teal and even orange.
In detail, Phong Ly claims that only 1.1% of used cars are either yellow or orange. The scarcity of the bright-coloured car might just be the reason why they carry more value.
As for the new-generation of vehicles, more and more drivers prefer to have a white car. In North America alone, white has been the dominating colour last year as it accounts to 21% of all the cars. Then again, the value of white is still worse than its colourful counterpart.
Iseecars.com shared with us the depreciation value of colours on used cars after 5 years and they are as follow:
Beige, Brown, Gold: 33.3%
With the average amount paid for a new car now firmly above $30,000, it makes sense to hold on to a vehicle as long as possible in order to squeeze every usable mile out of it before it needs to be traded in.
But when it come to the long-mileage derby, the car you choose can make a big difference on whether you’ll hit the magic 200,000-mile mark.
In its June issue, Consumer Reports looked at the models that hold the greatest likelihood of turning over 200,000 miles. Five are Toyotas. Five are Hondas. No other cars or brands make the list.
Consumer Reports says the choices are based on results of its annual research survey, which encompasses responses on 1.1-million vehicles. The high-mileage cars are all plain-Janes — no luxury models. Even the fancier versions of the models listed sometimes got them booted from the list.
Picking the right car is only half the battle. The rest depends on how well you maintain it. Even missing a single oil change can prematurely kill a car, the magazine says.
And maybe killing the car isn’t such a bad thing. The magazine points out that modern cars have so many amenities, especially when it comes to advanced safety, that it may make sense to part with a clunker.
Here’s the list of cars most likely to hit 200,000 miles:
•Toyota Camry, with a four-cylinder engine
• Honda Odyssey
• Honda Pilot
• Honda Accord sedan, also with a four-cylinder engine
• Honda CR-V
• Honda Civic, but not the hybrid, Si or GX
Back in May, Porsche introduced—or reintroduced, more accurately—special “Black Edition” models of the 911 Carrera and the Boxster for 2015, which combine popular interior and exterior options with classic, black-on-black color schemes. Now, the Cayman joins Team Black with the announcement of the new Cayman Black Edition.
As with its Black Edition brethren, the Cayman Black Edition is based on the non-S model, which means that a 275-hp 2.7-liter flat-6 resides just aft of the passengers. In addition to the Cayman’s standard features, the Black Edition features 20-inch Carrera Classic wheels, bixenon dynamic headlamps, front and rear park assist, and a choice of either black or metallic black paint. Interior amenities include an upgraded audio system, navigation, dual-zone climate control, heated seats, a sport steering wheel, Black Edition logos on the doorsills, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and Porsche crests embossed in the headrests.
Want one? You have until January of 2016 to gather up the $60,195 it’s gonna cost to drive one of these black beauties off the showroom floor. With the base Cayman starting at $53,595, the Black Edition represents something of a bargain considering all the extras that are part of the deal.