About the Author

<a href=”https://plus.google.com/+RobDelisa?rel=author”>Rob Delisa</a> is a teacher / product reviewer, and writer.


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Me, Personally

As much as I enjoy driving new cars, I recognize that leasing cars is not for everyone. In the larger scheme of things, the kinds of cars we drive and how we choose to buy or finance them is secondary to what is most important in life. For me, that’s God, faith and family. I am conservative, pro-life and Catholic. I recognize that our time here on earth is precious and fast. I love spending time with my wife and family and helping others make the most of their time here on earth.  I have a variety of other interests as well. My other websites and blogs will give you just a little more insight about me. One other belief I have – we all need to have a few more laughs. I believe in respecting and loving one another without ever taking ourselves too seriously. Thanks for stopping by. 

6 thoughts on “About the Author

  1. Great post and thanks for all the info on your website. My (first time leasing) lease is almost up and starting to get the emails and phone calls from the dealership. I’m starting to gather all the info I need to make an educated and smart choice on how to go about turning this one in and leasing another. Very overwhelming.

  2. Rob, Thank you for doing all this work. What would you advise to someone who leased a car with 12k allowance but after the first year finding that I am doing 15k?
    thanks again

    • Hi, Joseph:

      You have a couple of options:

      One: If you have a 12K Lease and think you are going to go way over, you might consider letting someone else buy-out your lease.
      Try leasetrader.com

      Two: You could pay off your lease and buy the car outright. Call your leasing company and see what your pay-off is.

      Three: Keep the car and then negotiate your next deal with the dealer. They want your business, so they are going to do their best to get you into a new car.

      Hope this helps,


  3. Hi Rob.. I noticed that you havent listed the Dodge Durango. I think the low end lease on this suv is really good.
    From september 2017:
    Lease a 2017 DURANGO SXT RWD for
    $259/Per month
    36 months
    $2,999 total due at signing,
    Based on MSRP example of $33,985.00

    Also, on your SUV categorization. I think that any 5 seat or less SUV is a Crossover, while any 6-8 is a regular SUV. You can then split out the luxury SUV into one list based on some sort of bottom line cost. Maybe 40k or higher base price.

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