How it works

Leasing with All-in-one by gowago.ch - the easiest and most transparent way to get your car

3-steps to the driver’s seat

1 – Find

As Switzerland’s biggest online leasing marketplace with 1000s of cars to choose from, you’re bound to find the right deal.

2 – Apply

Checkout online from the comfort of your home, with a dedicated advisor to guide you through the whole process.

3 – Pick up or deliver

Because insurance and taxes are included in your All-in-one package, simply collect the car or have it delivered ready to drive.


Getting a car on gowago.ch

Step 1

Find your car

Don't settle for a car you don't like by limiting yourself to one dealership. Compare and choose from thousands of cars from trusted sellers across Switzerland.
All costs included
Every car comes with the lease, insurance, taxes, servicing, extended warranty, tyres including changes and storage, a vignette.
Book a test drive
Get a feel for the car before you commit to it. Reach out to us and we’ll make it happen.
Browse car listings
Step 2

Apply online

Checkout from your sofa and we’ll do the heavy lifting. We’ll collect some basic information from you to perform a credit check, apply any discounts and get the final price for the car.
The application process

1.

Personalise your lease - Choose how long you want the car, how far you want to drive it, and how much you’ll pay up-front.

2.

Get a free final offer - We’ll use your basic information to perform perform an eligibility check, apply any discounts - such as your employer’s fleet discount - and send you a final no-commitment offer.

3.

Accept or decline - Within 24 business hours you choose whether to accept or decline the offer. If you accept the offer, you’ll send us a copy of your ID and your 3 latest salary slips.

4.

Sign - After the last checks with the leasing bank you’ll receive the contract to sign in 3 days or less.

Dedicate support
Every application is cared for by a dedicated gowago.ch Advisor, who will be your point of contact for all of your questions.
Trade in
Trade-in your current car for cash towards your new lease. Let your Advisor know during the application process.
Step 3

Pick-up or deliver

You’ll be sitting in the driver’s seat usually within 2 weeks of your application. Choose to collect the car directly or have it delivered to your home for an extra fee.
No surprises
We guarantee you won’t be surprised by unexpected bills and secret surcharges just when you’re about to sign the contract.
100% online
With a completely online checkout and the ability to review and sign your contracts online in many cases, now it’s more than pizza that can be delivered to your door.

On the road with All-in-one

Just add fuel

Because everything you need to enjoy your car is included in your All-in-one package, including full-casco insurance from Basler, there’s never been an easier way to lease a car in Switzerland.

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Tyre changes

Every car comes with sets of winter and summer tyres, and is covered for wear-and-tear for the length of the lease. Simply bring your car to one of our partnering service centres in Spring or Autumn to have them swapped and stored.

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Servicing

Getting your car serviced it one of the costly surprises you’ll be glad you forgot to budget for. Drive up to one of 300+ partner garages across Switzerland when it’s time to service your car.

We handle the rest.

More about servicing



Frequently asked questions

Still have a question? Try the FAQ or contact our support team at all-in-one@gowago.ch or +41 44 461 13 44

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All prices and car imagery are for illustrative purposes, and may differ from the prices and vehicle models offered by sellers. GOWAGO AG provides a service that connect you with automotive sellers. GOWAGO AG is not responsible for the securing of vehicles. GOWAGO AG does not issue credit; all leasing arrangements are between your and the seller. VAT is included in these prices (subject to price, interest and tax rate changes). The granting of credit is not allowed if it results in over-indebtedness of the consumer.