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If you lease a car, you might be able to afford a fancier car than if you would pay for a car completely yourself. In the long-run, however, higher costs await you. Among other things, lessees usually pay more insurance premiums than car purchasers. The addition to the insurance premium is up to 28 percent. comparis.ch calculated this based on 1,000 driver profiles. The premiums with and without leasing were gathered for the profiles from insurances who make a premium calculator available online.
On average, the addition is 9 percent. However, the differences are huge. The only insurance company in the analysis that does not demand an addition for leasing is Click2Drive.ch. Allianz24.ch demands 2 percent, Baloisedirect 3 percent. Generali demands 6 percent more and AXA ...More
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