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Off Lease Only has more used cars for sale than any other dealer for thousands below retail.
We do not charge dealer fees.


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3531 Lake Worth Rd.
Lake Worth, FL 33461

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Used Convertibles
Used MiniVans
Used Vans

Used Pickup trucks
Used SUVs
Used Wagons

Used Cars

Used Audi
Used BMW
Used Chevrolet
Used Ford
Used Honda
Used Hyundai
Used Infiniti
Used Jaguar
Used Land Rover
Used Lexus
Used Lincoln
Used Mazda
Used Mercedes
Used Mercury
Used Nissan
Used Toyota
Used Volkswagen
Used Volvo

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Did you know?
OffLeaseOnly is the largest used car dealer in Florida.
We have the largest selection of used cars for sale in one location at thousands below retail.
We sell more used cars than any other dealer because we price them thousands less than anywhere else.

We DO NOT Charge "Dealer Fees"
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3531 Lake Worth Rd., Lake Worth, FL 33461


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Call 561-222-CARS (2277)

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sales Fax: (561) 582-2899
Mon. thru Sat. 9 AM - 8 PM Sunday 12:00 to 6:00 Eastern Time
3531 Lake Worth Rd. Lake Worth, FL 33461

Off Lease Only sells more used cars, at the lowest prices, than any other dealer!

No one else can beat our used car prices without charging "dealer fees." Don't be misled. This is the only place in the world to get these low mileage pre-owned used cars at our unbeatable low prices!

Extended warranty's are available. We can assist you with shipping worldwide. It pays to have our off lease used cars shipped to you!



Here is a sample of the used cars available


Used Lincolns

Lincoln Town Car,
Lincoln MKS
Lincoln MKX
Lincoln MKZ
Used V6 and V8
Used Zephyr

Used Mercurys

Used Sable
Used Grand Marquis
Used Milan
Used Mariner
Used Mountaineer

Used Land Rover

Land Rover LR2 SE AWD
Land Rover Range Rover
Range Rover Sport
Range Rover HSE
Range Rover SK

Used Lexus

Lexus ES 350
Lexus GS 350
Lexus GX 470
Lexus IS 250
Lexus IS 350
Lexus LS 460
Lexus RX 350
Lexus RX 400H
Lexus SC 430 Convertible

Used Hyundai

Hyundai Santa Fe
Hyundai Sonata

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Used Fords

Ford Fusion,
Ford Edge,
Ford Focus,
Ford Taurus,
Ford Mustang,
Ford Crown Victoria,
Ford Escape,
Ford Explorer,
Ford Expedition,
Used F150,
Used F250,
Used E150,
Used E350
Used Ford Cargo van
Used passenger van
Used SUV

Used Honda

Honda Accord
Honda Civic
Honda Odyssey
Honda Pilot

Used Infiniti

Infiniti FX35
Infiniti G35
Infiniti G37
Infiniti M35

Used Jaguar
Jaguar S-Type
Jaguar X-Type
Jaguar XF
Jaguar XJ
Jaguar XK

Used BMW

Used BMW 3-Series
Used BMW 3-Series 328i
Used BMW 5-Series 528i
Used BMW 6-Series 650i
Used BMW 7-Series 750i
Used BMW Series X-3
Used BMW Series X-5

Used Mazda

Used Mazda MPV
Used Mazda 3
Used Mazda 5
Used Mazda 6
Used Mazda Miata
Used Mazda Tribute
Used MazdaRX8

Used Nissan

Nissan Armada
Nissan Altima
Nissan Maxima
Nissan Murano
Nissan Pathfinder
Nissan Quest
Nissan Sentra
Nissan Titan Super Cab
Nissan Titan Crew Cab
Nissan Versa
Nissan Xterra

Used Mercedes

Mercedes Benz C-Class
Mercedes Benz CLK
Mercedes Benz CLS
Mercedes Benz E-Class
Mercedes Benz GL-Class
Mercedes Benz M-Class
Mercedes Benz R-Class
Mercedes Benz SL-Class
Mercedes Benz SLK

Used Toyota

Toyota Avalon
Toyota Camry
Toyota Corolla
Toyota Matrix
Toyota Prius
Toyota Sienna
Toyota Yaris

Used Volvo

Volvo S60
Volvo S80
Volvo XC70
Volvo XC90

Many still under
factory warranty


used cars on road Serving all of South Florida (S FL), Palm Beach County, Lake Worth, Delray, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Davie, Miami, Stuart, Jupiter, Jensen Beach, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach,Deerfield, Pompano, Dade, Broward County, Martin, Port St. Lucie, Fort Meyers, Tampa, Orlando.

Specializing in late model cars from years 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009


Don't be tricked by our envious competitors calling themselves names with Off Lease and Offlease. Imitation is the biggest form of flattery, but recently smart shoppers that had intentions of coming to us have been fooled by other dealers saying they're "affiliates of" or "owned by Off Lease". The list of dealers copying our name keeps spreading. It's not our name that causes our success, it's because we sell our cars thousands less than anywhere else. That's why we sell more used cars than any other dealer in Florida.

Now you know we are the original OffLeaseOnly.com and that we sell more used cars thousands less than all the imitators. Now you know you came to the right place! We look forward to getting you into your dream car for thousands less than anywhere else.

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Buying A Used Car Versus Leasing a New Car

A friend recently asked for some candid advice. His lease was up to renewal. Was it better to buy the car he'd
already paid into or buy an up-dated used car?

To answer correctly I told him he'd need to consider the pros and cons of each. There are big differences between buying and leasing. Typically, if you were to purchase a new car, you would make a down payment and finance the remaining cost. At the end of the term, the car would be yours. Leasing is essentially renting, with your payment going towards the car's depreciation. If the lease includes a purchase option, you may buy it at the end of a specific time period.

So which is better? That depends on your individual situation and needs. You will have to decide for yourself by analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of each:

Advantages of Buying a used car instead of Leasing:
When you buy a used car, it's yours. You can customize it and drive it as hard and far as you want, penalty-free. Rather than having infinite payments, buying means you will eventually pay the car off. And if you want to sell it you can do so at any time, as you are not locked into a contract. So, you can own an updated car as frequently as you care to.

Educating yourself about the two financing options will give you the confidence you need when you step into a dealer's showroom.

Buying a used car, especially an off lease pampered car, can give you the best of both worlds. You won't pay for the initial depreciation that you lose when you buy a brand new car. Paying less in the first place will give you lower monthly payments than on a new car, until ultimately you own the car and have no payments.

Disadvantages Of Buying New,  Instead Of  A Used Or Off Lease Car
Down payments on bought cars can be substantial. Monthly payments are usually higher than on a leased car, and once your warranty expires, you will be responsible for the maintenance costs. When you want to sell it (or trade it in) you will have to go through the hassle of doing so. And, in the first few years, new cars depreciate dramatically.

Words of Caution about Car Leasing:
A downside to leasing is that essentially you, instead of the owner/dealer, pays for the most expensive years of a vehicle's life. The amount for which you lease is the difference between the purchase price and the salvage, or residual, value, which is the predetermined value of the car at the end of the lease period. The amount of the salvage value that the dealer includes in your contract directly impacts your monthly payment.

Advantages of Leasing 
Leasing also provides an alternative when buying a car is not an option. Most banks will not lend more than $30,000 for a car loan. If you are planning to acquire a car worth more than that, leasing may be your only option.

Finally, for business owners, leasing a car may offer tax advantages if the vehicle is used for business purposes.

There are short-term cost advantages to leasing.
An attractive feature of leasing is the ability to drive a new car every few years. You never have to go through the hassle of selling it; you just turn it in at the end of the term. The monthly payments on a leased car are usually far less than on a loan even for a luxury model. The down payment usually works out to be less than what you would pay for a bought car as well. Because the typical lease is for three years, most repairs are covered by factory warranty. Sales tax is cheaper too, as you only pay it on the financed portion.

Leasing Disadvantages
Comparing lease offers can be very confusing, making it hard to know if you got a good deal. And you will find it difficult to get out of your lease early if you want to a problem if your driving needs or financial circumstances change. While the payments are often reasonable, you never gain equity in the car. If you were to buy it at the end of your contract, it would cost you a lot more than if you had just bought it in the first place.

Leasing Options
There are two types of car leases: closed-end and open-end. Closed-end leases allow you to walk away from the car at the end of the lease term. If you owe for any mileage coverage or unusual wear and tear, this is when you'd have to pay for it.

With an open-end lease (also known as an equity lease), you must purchase the car at the end of the lease period for a predetermined amount. This is often the type of lease used by businesses or individuals who drive a lot. Most consumer groups suggest that the closed-end lease is the best option, because it poses less risk upon the expiration of the lease term.

Leases are restrictive. If you exceed the yearly mileage limit you will be assessed an extra charge. You must take good care of the car as well, as any nicks or dings will be considered "wear and tear" and will cost you.

The mileage restrictions of leasing pose another drawback.
If you drive a great deal during the year, consider instead a loan or an open-end lease (which we discuss below). Most leases restrict your mileage usage to 15,000 miles per year (sometimes even lower at 12,000 per year). If you go over your allotted miles, you pay extra: the going rate is about 15 cents for every mile over your limit, and 20-25 cents for luxury cars. So, if you go over your limit by 4,000 miles, you can expect to pay about $800 at the end of the lease.


How to Buy Your First Used Car

Beware of "Dealer Fees." You may be quoted a price that
sounds too good to be true, and then the dealer adds a
mysterious "Dealer Fee" at closing. It may be as much as
$2,000.00 for no reason other than to compensate himself
for lack of profit.

Want to find a great deal on a used car in this tough economy?
Buy the used car that people aren't looking for. There are comparable makes and models to all the top used cars on the market so I did a little poking around for you and found the best
deals on used cars that may not be white hot in desirability.

You'll like them and be glad to save a few bucks. Plus, your neighbors will envy your contrary way of looking at things. Don't run with the herd.

Car Buying Tips Tailored for Teens
by Jessica Stevenson for About.com

1. Know your budget and stay within it, even if you're just looking. Why not dare to dream? Because when you look around at cars that are out of your price range the ones that you can afford may seem to pale in comparison.

2. View at least 3 cars that are in your price range before making a decision. Test drive the car
you choose with someone who knows about cars. Your parents may or may not fit the bill on this one. If they do, great, take them along, but if your Mom or Dad is an auto mechanical novice make sure you take somebody who knows cars. Take Mom or Dad as well, but a person who is truly knowledgeable about used cars is invaluable on a test drive.

3. Do your research. Some people think that research stops with knowing the Blue Book value of the car you're interested in. It doesn't. You need to know about common problems to look for in the year and model of used car you're interested in, you need to know that the car is in good mechanical condition, you need to know that the body is in good shape and if possible get a report of any accidents it's been in and copies of all service records.

4. Based on your test drive, your research and your preferences narrow the field
to 3 choices and test drive them again. Ask questions specific to each used car, don't be afraid to ask anything that is relevant to the car's performance and value even if it sounds silly or stupid. Things like the number of previous owners (1 owner is always ideal), how many accidents it's been in and how serious the damage was, which major parts that have been replaced or rebuilt, whether or not anyone has smoked in the vehicle are fair questions.

Tests with a 700 Pound Load
The load course was set up with orange cones that took drivers
through curves, straightaways, a short slalum and a quick lane-change maneuver -- all designed to let us experience what it might be like to handle a loaded truck in a panic situation. The F-150 handled the course better than the other brands, with minimal body roll and less push in the corners. Don't get me wrong, you could make it push by driving at higher speeds, but the object was to compare all of the
trucks under similar conditions, and the F-150 excelled.

The top researched midsize sedan on Autotrader.com is no surprise - the Honda Accord. Second would be the Nissan Altima and third is the Toyota Camry. Well, the obvious answer here is used domestic midsize sedans. Topping the list is the Ford Fusion. It's based on the Mazda6 platform (another personal favorite) and is simply the best domestic midsize sedan in the last 10 years. The 2006 SEL gets almost perfect mechanical marks from Consumer Reports.


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