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Car Leasing Concierge, The Car Buyer's Advocate for all new vehicles

Car Leasing Concierge, The Car Buyer's Advocate for all types of new vehicles

Our First Class Treatment bridges the gap between high-end hospitality and automotive. Unlike car dealerships, we provide an exclusive personalized service that's second to none when looking for the best luxury car lease and financing deals, making our clients feel like VIPs. We understand our clients lead busy lives that require helpful solutions.

  • Our goal is to alleviate stress by meeting our customers' personal and professional automotive needs while building a solid working relationship. Our Five-Star Commitment to Excellence includes:

  • The best luxury car lease and financing in NYC, NY, NJ and CT. White-gloved door-to-door delivery of your new vehicle, with simplified forms ready to sign, following a detailed orientation of your new car, truck or SUV. This avoids lengthy delays waiting at a dealership.

  • One- time gratis personal chauffeur for your special occasion. (within 12 months of delivery) Top-tier personalized service - Our professional concierges are available to assist clients 24-7 via phone or email. Luxury at your fingertips - Car Leasing Concierge maintains an extensive network of over 100 luxury providers.

  • Learn more by visiting our Corporate Partners page. Ongoing communication - Developing long-term trust is key, and our connection with customers never ends after the final transaction. As their private liaison, we will address any and all requests - even after delivery! At Car Leasing Concierge, we believe top-tier customer service shouldn't be thought of as an extravagance, but a standard.


The Best Black Friday Car Deals? Look No Further!



Ever think a car dealer's quote is too good to be true?

Guess what? It usually is!

Don't let car dealerships' "once-a-year" best Black Friday prices fool you - our fleet pricing YEAR-ROUND will always beat any dealership's offer!

Visit when you're ready to buy or lease your next new vehicle and try our complimentary Car Price Check to see how much more we can save you!


UnTrue-Car Websites or Car Telemarketers? Sell Your Information For A Profit!

  • Today it’s great to be able to have all these new car Apps and Websites available  when you're in the market to buy or lease a new vehicle. But what most consumers don’t know is that 95% of these websites are linked to work in with car dealers. They all come across as your free friendly information center that supposedly helps you get the best deal possible when shopping for a new car.
  • Unknowingly, the customer is completely unaware of what's about to come their way. Let me break it down so you can understand how this magic show full of illusions works, and how you end up paying for that so-called "Free" service.
  • Once they have your information they send it to every dealership in your area hoping to get a sale. Before you know it, you’ll be bombarded with so many emails and phone calls you’ll think you have your very own fan club in the worst possible way. In return, 95% of these sites get a commission back from the selling dealer.
  • Car Dealerships sign up and pay these sites to get your information, then on top of that they get paid an additional commission, usually around $500 if they finalize the sale. So in actuality-- and I really want you to think about this-- you’re paying a site to take your information for what you thought was a free service and give it to car dealerships that then pay them a commission. How do you think these sites stay in business?
  • I know this for a FACT. I used to work for one of the largest dealer franchises in the Greater New York Tri-state area as a Fleet Director. At the beginning of each month these sites would ask us for the new price sheets with their commissions already packed into the price.
  • How many times a day do you see on the internet-- especially FaceBook-- asking you to enter your email, phone and zip code?
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  • Almost all dealerships have an Internet Department that signs up for these referral services. Believe me, you’ll end up with so many calls and emails, you’ll almost have to take on a new identity just to get rid of them! When a deal is complete the car dealer pays the vendor the fee they signed up with to get the information you entered.

Car Sites That Get Paid by Auto Dealers for Your Information!

  • CarMax
  • Edmunds

  • Kelly Blue Book

  • Cars Direct

  • Un-True Car


  • Auto-Trader

  • Cars Direct

  • The list goes on and on...


  • It’s quite funny, actually, watching these sites and Apps come up with new ways to try and lure people into believing all you have to do is order here and take this number to the car dealership. You're thinking, "Oh, wow that was easy!" Or even better, they give you a buyer’s certificate to show when you arrive at the dealership. That certificate you go in waving around is like a red flag to a bull. The only difference is they charge you in a different way.

Nice to meet you sucker! 

  • The numbers they give you are about as useful as a one legged man in an ass kicking competition. They can only give you a working number, then you're on your own! Some companies now go as far as quoting exact payments.
Nice to meet you Sucker, I mean, "Sir."

Nice to meet you Sucker, I mean, "Sir."

Fact number 2

  • No one can quote you an exact payment without you filling out a credit application and  submitting it to the bank for an approval just like the dealerships. So be careful who you give out your information to with these new online apps.
  • Car dealerships won’t be going away anytime in the near future because sooner or later you’ll have to go into the dealership for a test drive. Just keep this in mind-- all these new Apps are coming out telling you that you’re approved and your payment is only going to be X amount, is just another way to lure you into a dealership.
  • We receive a ton of emails and calls from clients telling us how misleading these websites are once they arrive at the dealership. For peace of mind, before you decide to sign elsewhere, you can get your pricing checked by us at Car Leasing Concierge. We'll help break it down for you with total transparency. This way you'll rest easy knowing you're getting the best pricing and service for your hard earned dollars. 

Remember: the last place you want to end up on is the corner of Sucker Street and Buyer's Remorse Blvd.!

At Car Leasing Concierge, we're not here to sell you a car, we're here to help you lease or buy one!

Should You Buy Or Lease Your Next Car?

Should You Buy Or Lease Your Next Car?

By Deborah Skolnik

This story originally appeared on LearnVest as "When Is It Smarter to Lease a Car?"

Need a new ride? There’s more than one way to get it. An increasing number of people are forgoing the car loan application process and opting to lease a car instead. In fact, leasing has grown so popular that it now accounts for nearly a third of all vehicle sales.

Before you jump on this trend, let our checklist below help you decide if leasing is right for you.

You Don’t Have Much Money to Put Down.

 If you’re buying a car, you’ll typically need to hand over at least 10% of the price up front to get the best interest rate on a loan. But with today’s average new car costing more than $34,000, that 10% down payment “can be a struggle for many people,” says David Bennett, manager of automotive programs at the Automobile Association of America (AAA). By contrast, you can often lease a car with little to no down payment. “Cost factors are the number-one reason why leasing is becoming so popular,” Bennett adds.

You Want Lower Monthly Payments

When you lease, your monthly payments are about a third lower than if you were to buy the same model car with a five-year loan, according to one recent case study. And you’ll be on the hook for less time: “Most leases are two to three years,” explains Bennett.

You Like New Cars With the Latest Features

“That’s part of the beauty of a lease. It enables you to get into a car that’s nicer than you might be able to afford if you had to put a lot of money down,” says Paul Maloney, owner of Car Leasing Concierge in New York City. Do you always rush to buy the next-version smart phone or HDTV? Crave the upgraded model of everything? Leasing might be your best bet, says Maloney, since you only have to keep the car for a couple of years before switching to a new one.

You’re Not the Customizing Kind

When you lease a car, you need to keep it as it is. If you’re itching to have a spoiler put on or to swap out that steering wheel for a cooler one (you know who you are!), you’re better off owning.

You’re Fearful of Surprise Repair Bills

“When you lease a car, it’s under warranty the whole time,” Bennett explains. If there’s a problem, the repair won’t be coming out of your pocket.

You’ll Be Using the Car for Work

“You can write off part of your lease financing costs on your taxes,” says Maloney. You can also deduct a portion of the vehicle’s depreciation. Meanwhile, interest on the loan you took out for a new ride isn't deductible.

You Rarely Drive Long Distances

“Most car leases have a mileage limit, typically 12,000 miles per year, which is about what the average person drives,” says Maloney. After that, you'll likely have to pay up to 25 cents per mile. If you know your driving habits and can stick with your plan’s mileage limit, great. But keep in mind this isn’t a match for everyone’s needs: The average 35- to 54-year-old man, for instance, drives nearly 19,000 miles annually, according to the Federal Highway Administration.

You Need a Gap Vehicle

Will your company be transferring you from the South, where a convertible may be fine, to the North, where a four-wheel drive might come in handy, in a few years? Will you be getting married and starting a family? “A lease allows you to get exactly the car you need now and makes it easy to jump into a different vehicle for your new needs a little later on,” Bennett says.

You’re a Careful Driver

“Dents, dings and tears in the leather or fabric are all things you’ll have to be responsible for if you lease,” says Bennett. “You want to take very good care of a leased car or you may end up with an unexpected bill when you turn it back in.”

Your Haggling or Sales Skills Aren't Great

Getting rid of a car you own always involves some negotiation. If you’re trading it in, you’ll square off with a dealer; if you’re selling, it may involve placing ads and posting on social media — then having strangers come to your home. With leasing, though, the process is simple: You just return the car to the company you leased it from like Car Leasing Concierge. 

For more information on Buying or Leasing any new car, truck or SUV without having to go to a car dealership visit Car Leasing Concierge and have it delivered to your home or office at no extra charge.