NEW YORK ( MainStreet) -- Owning a new car is great and all, but there's a reason leases were attractive before the recession.Leases are a less costly way of getting behind the wheel of a new car, but those short-term deals disappeared during the economic downturn. Tightened credit took car buyers out of the lease market, while automaker bankruptcies ended lease offers altogether for a time.
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