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I looked into it a few years ago but it worked out mighty expensive when you factor in the fact that at the end of all the payments the car still isn't yours, and you are penalised for excess mileage, stone chips and any damage done inside by your kids or dogs. I hit a lot of stones and transport kids and dogs so it wasn't my cup of tea. Instead I buy nearly new so I get a bit of warranty but some other mug has taken the lion's share of depreciation, and I generally keep the car 10 years or until the wheels drop off it. As I do 50k per year, usually the latter comes first. I have my eye on a Volvo V60 next, the wheels are getting wobbly on my Vectra so let's see if the Volvos are really as strong as legend has it. And I like big estate cars too.