oakbar said:Our company leases pickups for us to drive. The correct mileage per year is very important because most leases have an override charge on extra miles above the projected yearly number. Yet if you increase that base number of mile per year the cost of the lease goes higher. Its kind of a tricky balancing act. Also beware of front end costs other than the actual lease. I know people who have done both leasing and buying and like many things some people swear by and at both types of arrangements. I'm certainly not an expert but you might want to talk to a tax professional to see what their take is on it!!