Lease End Options | Greenville SC | Near Spartanburg, Anderson & throughout the Upstate

What to Do When Your Lease Is Up

If your vehicle is approaching the end of its lease, you've likely wondered if you have more options than just turning the vehicle in. What many consumers don't know, is that they actually do have several different directions they could take at their lease end.

No matter what you decide, it's important to at least be aware of these options. Here at Audi Greenville, we want to be sure nothing catches you off guard during your car-driving experience. Keep reading to find out what steps you could take at the end of your lease.

What Do I Do at the End of My Lease?

Return the Vehicle

After reviewing your options at Cobb County Toyota, you may decide that returning your vehicle is the most practical decision for you. The only additional payments you may have to make involve any mileage you have accrued over your lease's maximum terms, in addition to any damages.

Keep Your Vehicle

If you have fallen in love with your vehicle over the term of your lease, and the thought of parting ways with it is no longer something you want to do, you can purchase it outright. This can be advantageous if the car has retained its value well. The only part you need to pay now is simply the part you have not paid yet.

Trade in the Vehicle

If you find that your vehicle is no longer suited for your lifestyle, you can trade in your vehicle for one that is a better fit. If that is the way you want to go, the deal would then work just like a standard finance deal. You would simply come to Cobb County Toyota to review your options.

No matter what your situation may be, you have plenty of options to consider when your lease terms draw to an end. If you're interested in learning more about what your options are and how they can impact your opportunities in the future, feel free to contact us directly or stop by Audi Greenville at 200 Duvall Drive, Greenville, SC 29607 today. We look forward to serving our customers from Spartanburg, Anderson and throughout the Upstate.