Knowing what to do when your lease is up is something plenty of people wonder about. Fortunately, you have some great lease end option at Fontana Nissan. Understanding what those are and how they affect you allows you to make an informed decision.
Get a New Car
You can elect to get a new Nissan when your lease runs out. To make this an attractive option, Nissan has Owner Loyalty Offers. These apply when you buy or lease a new Nissan and use Nissan Motor Acceptance Corporation.
You get your wear and use charges waived up to $500 under this program, if you lease another Nissan. That helps you save some of your hard-earned cash.
Nissan has an exciting lineup of vehicles for you to choose. Many have features you don't enjoy with your current lease, providing greater levels of convenience, improved safety, and more modern connectivity options. You also get updated, dynamic styling that's uniquely Nissan.
Sometimes you find that you've outgrown your lease. If that's the case, this is the perfect time to upgrade to a vehicle that accommodates your shifting lifestyle. The same is true if you no longer need a larger car, truck, or SUV.
Keep Your Vehicle
Another option you might choose at the end of your lease is to keep your vehicle. After driving the same car for all this time, you might find that it's exactly what you like. If you have no interest in something different, including an updated version, you can purchase your lease.
While it certainly isn't the reason to buy your lease, doing so means you might not have to pay for excess mileage, wear, or use charges. You will, however, need to pay for incidental charges, as detailed in your lease agreement. Among them may be sales tax, vehicle registration, and a purchase option fee, which sometimes are dictated by the law.
Of course, you will need to arrange for financing, just as if you were purchasing a preowned car, truck, or SUV. To know what you need to finance, look over your lease agreement for the predetermined purchase option, which gives an exact figure. The monthly payment you make will depend on the interest rate you secure through your financial institution of choice.
Return Your Car
Ultimately, you might decide to return your Nissan at the end of the lease. If this is what you wish to do, you need to schedule a free vehicle inspection by getting touch with the Nissan Lease Customer Network. You get to choose where to have the appointment, which lasts about 30 minutes. It will help you know about your car's condition in advance.
Next, you need to contact the dealership to schedule the actual lease return. Before you go to the appointment, check the car over thoroughly for personal items. Also, gather up anything that came with the vehicle originally, including keys, floor mats, and the owner's manual.
Contact the professional team at Fontana Nissan with any additional questions you have about returning your lease.