Things to Do Before Your Car’s Lease is Up
One of the things we like doing for our customers at Shaver Chrysler Dodge Jeep® RAM is giving them the best deals possible on vehicles like the RAM 1500 or one of our many used Chrysler cars on the lot. But we also like helping our customers with information that’s not only financially beneficial, but also life improving. The perfect example of this is providing advice on what to do before a car’s lease is up.
When you signed your lease, you may have agreed to terms that will need to be looked over near the end of the lease. Things like excess wear, late charges, disposition fees, and mileage overage. Dealing with these items will help you determine what to do with the vehicle once the lease is up.
Purchasing Your Lease
If you want to continue benefiting from the already stout offerings of your leased vehicle, from interior amenities to safety features, then perhaps the best option is to buy the car. With this option, there may be low financing rates and extended protection plans available to you.
Trading-in Your Lease
Trading in your leased vehicle allows you the chance to get a new vehicle and get a fresh, new start. This option is perfect for those who have recently had a lifestyle change, like an expansion of the family, which requires more cargo and passenger space that your current leased vehicle may not have.
At any rate, schedule a vehicle inspection during the waning days of your vehicle’s lease and talk with one of our leasing experts so they can further elaborate on your end-of-lease options. As always, our dealership is ready to help with anything you need. We’re located at 3888 E. Thousand Oaks in Thousand Oaks, CA, and can be contacted by calling 805-496-7103