The maximum number of miles allowed during the lease will be included in your original lease. If the mileage on the vehicle exceeds your allowable mileage, you will be charged a per-mile fee in accordance with your lease agreement.
Excess Wear & Use
At the end of your lease, we offer an inspection with an independent third party to help you understand damages you may be charged for. The inspector will note all damage or modifications. Our guidelines will determine if items are normal or considered excessive. Normal wear can include a few small door dings, chips or scratches and is not charged to you. Excess wear may include items such as dents, cracks in glass, tears in the upholstery or poor quality repairs.
Please refer to the Excessive Wear & Use Table for further details.
Tips for Avoiding Charges
Because the inspection will be completed prior to the end of your lease, you may have time to repair damages and avoid charges. Here are some things to take into consideration:
The manufacturer’s warranty – Some issues may be covered under the manufacturer’s warranty. Check your owner’s manual for details.
Your insurance company – You can check with your insurance company to see if any damages may be covered.
Your dealership or body shop – You may choose to have your dealership or a certified auto body shop make any needed repairs.
To avoid missing equipment charges, make sure that all original accessories and equipment are present for the inspection, including:
- All keys and keyless entry remotes
- Navigation system DVDs
- Headphones and remotes for DVD players
- Cargo covers
- Owner’s manual
- Charging cables
Early termination of your lease may be expensive—up to several thousand dollars. The actual charge will depend on when the lease is terminated.
For additional information on early termination, see Returning a Leased Vehicle Early.