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    Exotic cars are the best vehicles for wedding celebrations and corporate events. They are also ideal for travelers who want to explore Los Angeles.

    Fortunately, tons of businesses in the United States offer exotic car leasing. They designed different programs that allow us to enjoy both short-term and long-term car rentals. We know that most of our readers want to drive a one-of-a-kind car, and if you are one of them, this article is ideal for you.

    For today's topic, we will give you the best exotic car leasing in Los Angeles. All of our featured models have more affordable rental prices than its competitors. You have to continue reading if you have always dreamed of riding into the sunset with an exotic Porsche.

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    Top 10 Best Exotic Cars to Lease in Los Angeles

    Over the years, tons of car rental companies have been giving us superior service and amazing exotic car collection. These businesses have changed the way people rent luxurious and exotic cards. Thanks to technological advancements, driving an exotic car became more accessible. We can choose our preferred vehicle on the internet without going to physical shops.

    However, choosing the best one that suits your taste can be tough. If you are wondering about the most recommended exotic car models that veterans use, please check our list below:
    1. 1953 Buick Vintage Skylark Convertible
    2. 1967 Chevrolet Vintage Corvette Coupe 435 HP
    3. 1968 Dodge Vintage Daytona 440
    4. 1969 Chevrolet Vintage Camaro ZL1 Coupe 427
    5. 2017 Bentley Flying Spur V8 Sedan
    6. 2017 Ferrari 488 Spider
    7. 2019 Bentley Bentayga V8 SUV
    8. 2019 Ferrari 812 Cpe
    9. 2020 Bentley GT Cpe V8
    10. 2020 Ferrari 488 Pista
    Should You Lease Or Buy An Exotic Car?

    Leasing is the smartest decision if you want to enjoy different exotic cars. When you lease, you will pay for a cheaper monthly payment, which will allow you to save more money. Besides that, you can try different exotic cars in leasing, especially the most trending ones. Your repair bills are smaller since factories cover the most repairs.

    For instance, when it comes to calculations, a Lamborghini Aventador only costs $3,700 per month if you rent it for 36 months. This amount may not be cheap but is more affordable than its MSRP. You will probably be restricted to 3,000 miles per year, but who cares? You will become the most high-tech car owner around your area.
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