CINCINNATI — As automakers and some third-party lenders begin to scale back or discontinue their leasing programs, has announced that it will continue to provide leasing options for dealers and customers.

" offers an alternative to a manufacturer lease," said Tarry Shebesta, the company's president. "From one location, consumers can shop multiple lease offers from different sources and secure their lease online."

The company also offers lease programs via, a dealer-only Website. Both sites are designed to provide access to new- and used-car leasing from banks, credit unions and other finance sources. Site visitors can instantly compare payments, rates and residual values from each source and select the best lease for their driving habits, according to the company.