7) You don’t own it, the dealership does
If you want to get some money for the years spent making payments on your vehicle, you’re going to have no luck with leasing. Throughout the entirety of the leasing contract you are one-hundred percent not the owner of the car you drive every day. When all is said and done, you give the car back to the dealership or you agree to purchase it and start making all new payments which are probably more than if you would have bought the car in the first place.
When you lease you are essentially renting your vehicle for an extended period of time.