Well, kinda. I leased a Jeep and yes people do, along with my Q7, since I don't enjoy car ownership anymore. I would rather give them back in 2-3 years and get another, with no headaches. I leased the Jeep that was recalled over the faulty shifter, and it does truly suck. It is hard to tell when the car is in neutral, reverse or park based on prior experiences driving a car. The recall didn't fix the problem entirely and I will likely come away unscathed in the finance department as I put nothing down, rolled in taxes for that reason and also that I borrowed money from the leasing company at 1.5%, not that you are making anything better in the bank, but why not. On the test drive I wasn't cognizant of how the shifter worked, but have come really aware of a major design flaw and a dangerous one.