Im not an expert at leases,but it looks like it would. Personally i would never lease a car,unless i had a boatload of disceretionary income to give away,then i would'nt care about a few extra miles. Look at it this way,, Heres an ad for a 2008 honda civic lx 4dr automatic that includes lo-jack,,it says lease for ONLY ( just one of a dealers favorite words ) $ 99 per month,,plus tax (in small letters) or $ 16,985,,and in even smaller letters ( 1 at this net cost ),,,there always seems to be only 1 avail.,,and when you get there they tell you that it just got sold,,back to the ad,,it says,,36 month closed end lease on approved credit ( closed end lease is the key phrase ),,and this is where you need to get out your magnifying glass,,$ 3,995 customer cash or trade equity to start,,my gosh,,you must have pretty lousy credit if you have to put down 25% of the selling price ! plus tax and license,,lessee responsible for mileage over 12,000 per year at $ 0.15 per excess mile.
Lets look at the numbers here $ 4000.00 down,,$ 3600.00 =$7600.00 + tax $540.00=$8140+lojack$450.00=$8590.00+li
c $450.00$9040.00+dealer service only=$1200.00,,grand total $ say around 10,000 to rent a car for three years,,then the throw it on the used lot for about 13,000,,ooh thats a sweet $5000,00 bonus.
So since they are already getting the better part of the deal,,theres no reason you should put the iceing on the cake.