Car spread pay

You want to buy a new car but it is not ideal for you to pay off the car in one go? Then it may be an option for you to pay the car in installments. If you want to pay your car in installments, different options are possible. It is possible to pay a car in installments by private lease or financial lease. We explain both options for you.
 

Private lease

Private lease is a risk-free way to pay a car in installments. The advantage of this lease form is that you only have to pay for the fuel yourself. The insurance, road tax and maintenance are included in the lease contract. A disadvantage of a private lease is that you are not the economic owner of the car. You do not accrue claim-free years and at the end of the lease you do not retain the residual value of the car.
 

Financial lease

Paying a car in installments through a financial lease is a good alternative. With a financial lease you are the economic owner of the car as opposed to a private lease. With a financial lease you can pay your car in installments and you can choose whether you pay a part in advance or afterwards. If you pay more at once, the monthly costs will be lower. With a financial lease you are responsible for insurance, road tax and maintenance.This has the advantage that you decide for yourself with whom you have your car insured. With a financial lease you are the owner of the car at the end of the lease contract. A big advantage is that you build up damage-free years. In addition, you also retain the residual value of the car.
 

Occasion Lease

With Occasion Lease you can pay your car in installments through a financial lease. We can choose from a wide range of used cars and it is possible to return your current car as a down payment.