When I lease a car, I pay less than if I were paying off a loan.
Leasing a car is universally stupid. You lose in every way. If you have more money than brains, sure, have at it, but its never a good deal. You could hire someone to do all the grunt work of selling the used car at the end of the time period and still not waste as much as leasing.
Leasing is a trick used to con people into buying cars they can't afford or are too stupid to realize they are being ripped off.
I see you've never run your own incorporated business (or if you did, you never consulted an accountant).
Strictly for cashflow and bookkeeping reasons, as the owner of a small incorporated business, I strongly prefer to lease an asset rather than acquiring a loan for said asset. My annual taxes are simpler and I get to claim the full amount at tax time (rather than the depreciated amount only).
As an additional bonus, for cars such as BMWs and Audis, which due to strong used car market demands tend to have a high resale value (meaning, the lease company will calculate a higher percentage residual value at end-of-lease time compared to, say, a North American Ford or Hyundai), my experience has shown that I've traditionally paid less for a flashy mid-to-high-end car than I would have paid for the equivalent "domestic" car.