You have enjoyed your leased Nissan vehicle for the past few years, but you know that your lease terms will end soon. You have a few options:

  • Turn in the vehicle and lease a new one
  • Opt to purchase the lease you are currently in
  • Turn in your lease and walk away

Let's look at each of these options in order to determine what is right for you in Babylon!

Turn in the current leased vehicle to exchange for a new one

Many auto dealers will forgive any overage of miles or excessive wear and tear on the lease provided that you turn in the current lease and lease a new vehicle. Many who do not have a long commute choose this option as it keeps them in a newer vehicle that is covered by the automaker in a bumper-to-bumper warranty. Some auto dealers even offer free preventative maintenance for the life of your lease. Choosing this option will help you to keep a newer vehicle as well as save on preventative maintenance costs.

Opt to purchase your current lease

Most leases offer the option of purchasing the car once the lease is over in the Huntington Station area. If you really enjoy the vehicle you are leasing, then this might be a great option for you. Often, the auto dealer will offer the purchase price at or below the figure granted on your original paperwork. However, be aware that you will likely lose the luxury of a warranty, and you'll eventually have to start paying for the preventative maintenance on the vehicle. However, if you see that you are going to put more miles on the car than the lease allowed for, purchasing your lease might be the best option.

Turn in the car and do nothing

There are those who also choose this option. You may incur fees in the forms of overages and wear and tear damages. However, if overages are not a problem, then this might be an option for you.

Learn More at Nissan of Bay Shore Near Suffolk County

Talk with Nissan of Bayshore regarding your options at the end of your lease. Your trusted dealership will help you make the right choice in Brentwood, NY.