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Want to Lease a Bugatti?

If you’ve ever wanted to sit behind the wheel of a Bugatti but just didn’t want the commitment of buying one, have no fear. Apparently, you can lease one, though the payments are more than the average person pays in rent every month. With so many additional costs to take into account when leasing such an extraordinary vehicle, it’s crazy to think that the option is even available. So what all goes into leasing a Bugatti?

Why you should lease a Bugatti

The cost of owning a Bugatti is borderline outrageous. The yearly cost of ownership and maintenance costs tens of thousands of dollars, and that’s not even including repair costs if something breaks. Luckily, when you are leasing the car, you do, to some extent, have the luxury of not stressing too much about repairs or maintenance because the cost is wrapped into the leasing fees, which, in case you were wondering, are pretty high.

A photo of the Bugatti Chiron Sport in a showroom.
Bugatti Chiron Sport | Bugatti

It costs more than most mortgages

Buying any Bugatti is usually a large chunk of change, making them some of the most expensive and exclusive cars on the planet. Unfortunately, a lot of hypercars keep their value in their mileage, where having low to borderline-nonexistent miles on the car is always ideal. When an owner leases out a car, there is an agreement on the number of miles it can be driven, and if you’re leasing something like a Bugatti, that number is pretty small. Of course, the only thing stopping you from going your allotted mileage is money, and if you can afford to rent a Bugatti, you can probably afford to go over the miles.

The silhouette of the rear of a car getting airborne cresting a small hill.
During shakedown testing at the Nardo test track in Italy, the Bugatti Chiron Pur Sport gets airborne | Bugatti

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Renting out supercars

While I haven’t had much luck renting out supercars like our Dodge Viper, I haven’t owned anything even comparable to a Bugatti. The stress of renting out one of these cars must be pretty intense, and the stress of being the driver behind the wheel of a 1 million dollars or more vehicle is probably panic-inducing the first few times. You can rent a Chiron for as little as $66,000 a month, and it isn’t the only option from the Bugatti leasing program.

A photo of the Bugatti Chiron Sport in a showroom.
Bugatti Chiron Sport | Sjoerd van der Wal via Getty Images

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So maybe leasing a Bugatti isn’t a great idea, but it is still interesting to know that it is something that the company offers at all. While it is far less popular and way to expensive for any regular person to actually manage, you can at least take humor in asking Bugatti drivers if they own or lease their vehicles.