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Does $0 down really mean that no money is due at lease signing?

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Not necessarily. $0 down usually refers to no capital cost reduction beyond the negotiated price of the vehicle to lower the lease payment. In that case, you would still be responsible for the first month's payment, security deposit (unless waived), bank or acquisition fee (usually included in the lease), sales, and luxury tax (if applicable), and registration fees. Best Buy Auto Leasing (bestbuyleasing.com) offers all of its low payment leases with no cap cost reduction ($0 Down). GAP insurance is included in the lease. Therefore, the only money due at lease signing is the first payment, bank fee, tax on the payment(s), and registration fees (if applicable). Our leases are fully customizable, many items can be rolled into the lease and the price will adjust accordingly. more
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Not necessarily. $0 down usually refers to no capital cost reduction beyond the negotiated price of the vehicle to lower the lease payment. In that case, you would still be responsible for the first month's payment, security deposit (unless waived), bank or acquisition fee (usually included in the lease), sales, and luxury tax (if applicable), and registration fees. leasebynet.com offers all of its low payment leases with no cap cost reduction or security deposit. The bank fee, luxury tax (if applicable), and GAP insurance is included in the lease. Therefore, the only money due at lease signing is the first payment, tax on the payment(s), and registration fees (if applicable). more
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