Are you thinking about leasing a vehicle like a 2020 Buick Enclave or a new GMC Yukon? If so, we encourage you to visit our Buick dealership to find the make and model that will support your lifestyle seamlessly.
Drivers who are new to leasing don’t always know what they should expect. When you lease a vehicle from our local Buick dealership, you’re basically entering a long-term rental agreement with us. As is the case with a rental agreement, you’ll need to return your car at the end of your lease contract.
Because you’ll return your leased vehicle at the end of your lease, you need to start preparing for the return from the moment you sign your lease. In general, that involves following your routine maintenance schedule and maintaining your car in good condition, which are things you’d do anyway.
Near the end of your contract, your automobile will undergo a lease inspection. If you can prove that you’ve brought your car to our Buick service center near Sarasota, FL for service at the recommended intervals, you’ll be able to mount a much stronger defense if the inspector notices a mechanical issue during the inspection.
When you look over your lease, you’ll see that it includes a maximum number of miles you can drive your leased automobile every year. To avoid having to pay a penalty at the end of your lease, make a commitment early on to only drive up to that number of miles annually.
As the end of your lease draws nearer, you should clean your car and take care of any minor repairs that are necessary to restore the car to a like-new condition. If you need replacement parts, you can pick them up in our Venice, FL Buick parts center.
To learn more about what you should do during and near the end of your lease, visit Starling Buick GMC.