What to Do at the End of Your Lexus Lease

April 24th, 2020 by

Nothing is more exciting than signing a lease on a new, sleek Lexus vehicle. When you visit Lexus of Pembroke Pines, you’ll see that we have a wide variety of models ready to lease, so you can drive the latest Lexus cars and enjoy all new technology features.

But what happens when your Lexus lease is up? Is it the end of the line for your driving experience, or will you be able to choose another model? Our Lexus dealers have put together this guide for turning in your lease so you’re fully informed of the process.

Step One: Schedule a Lease Inspection

Two months before your lease ends, schedule an inspection with one of our dealers. We will check your vehicle for any signs of wear and tear, so make sure your vehicle is clean and washed before your inspection. If you do have any dents, dings, cracks, or interior stains, you may be charged a fee, depending on the severity of damage.

Step Two: Schedule Drop-Off

One week before your lease is up, contact our Lexus dealership in Pembroke Pines to schedule a return appointment. One of our dealers will set up a date and time for you to bring your car to our dealership.

Step Three: Essential Documents

When it’s time to turn in your lease, make sure you bring all essential items and documents pertaining to your vehicle, including the owner’s manual, keys, maintenance records, and your vehicle return receipt. You should also bring your vehicle inspection report so we have a copy for our records.

Step Four: Lease Another Vehicle

The moment your lease is up, you have the option of buying your leased vehicle or leasing another vehicle. If you love your vehicle and enjoy its drive quality, we recommend buying out your lease and owning the vehicle permanently. You can also lease another model from our inventory for another two to three years, so you can continue to enjoy the latest features and amenities.

Have questions about your lease turn-in? Contact Lexus of Pembroke Pines and we’ll be glad to help!

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