lets say business expense deduction difference between buying and leasing a SUV are negligible, and also the monthly payments. Because one they are, and two it makes the comparasion is a lot easier. Lease $13,500 down Buy $2,500 down with $7500 cash back in April. (Effectively you get $5000 up front). So unless X is worth $18,500+acquisition/turn in fee less than residual value in 3 years there's literally no one that should lease a Tesla in Georgia. Tell me why I'm wrong? Maybe it will be really be worth that much less in 3 years, but I'm honestly asking.. Is my math wrong?