If you want to avoid possible charges, make sure your maintenance is up to date! Ensure any service lights on your car are taken care of before bringing your vehicle in. You can leave the outside of your car as is, but please ensure that the inside has been cleaned as much as possible
Whether you are over or under your allotted mileage, make note.
All sets of keys, owner’s manuals, boot covers, etc need to come back with the vehicle being dropped off. If all of these items are not returned, we may need to deduct this amount from your lease return. This is to ensure the next driver has all the right equipment needed.
Check your vehicle for any additional damages that could cost you some money.
It’s time for your Land Rover lease return inspection, and, like a lot of our Greenwich-area customers, you have questions:
The answer to all of those questions is “yes”! We walk you through all of your Land Rover lease return options below.
If you’ve enjoyed your current lease, but you’re ready for a new vehicle, take these steps to prepare for a new leasing contract:
What is a lease buyout? If you don’t want to move into a new vehicle, you have the option to buy out the contract and bring your leased Land Rover home for good. Here’s how it works:
Perhaps you won’t require a vehicle for much longer. Lessees in good standing may have the option to pursue an extension:
Whether you’re picking out a new vehicle or you’re taking the next steps elsewhere, the Land Rover lease return process will require a comprehensive inspection:
Do you have more questions? The finance department at Land Rover Darien can walk you through all of your options. While you’re here, make sure to check out our lease and finance specials. We’re conveniently located near New Canaan and Stamford, so drop by or contact us today.