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Returning a Leased Car at Todd Maserati of Danbury

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If this is your first Maserati lease or you’re undecided about leasing vs. financing, you may be curious about returning a leased car in New Milford. The process is straightforward. However, one question we commonly receive from drivers at Todd Maserati of Danbury is, “Can you return a leased car early?” The answer depends on the leasing agency, and we’ll cover this question more in-depth below. In the following guide, Todd Maserati of Danbury goes over everything you need to know about returning a leased car, early returns, and more. 


Items to Bring When Returning a Leased Car

When your Maserati lease contract is approaching its end, you’ll want to start gathering the necessary items before bringing your vehicle to the dealership or leasing agency. Doing this will make returning a leased car an easy and smooth process. You should have these items on hand before returning a leased car in Trumbull:

  • Vehicle inspection report
  • Repair receipts
  • Keys/spare keys
  • Owner’s manual
  • Maintenance records

If you’re missing any of these items and cannot find them, we can look up some of these items for you. Of course, do not hesitate to reach out to us online with any questions you may have about the above list. 

Returning a Leased Car Step by Step

So, what can you expect when returning a leased car? This is how the process goes:

  1. You’ll drop off your vehicle at our dealership. 
  2. One of our specialists will evaluate the condition of the vehicle, checking for damage, overall quality, and other important factors. 
  3. Any extra miles on the odometer that exceed the restrictions or any wear and tear are subject to penalty fees. 
  4. Once the inspection is complete, you can lease another new Maserati model, buy out your current leased vehicle, or walk away and go for any of our new or used vehicles. 

Returning a Leased Car Early

Circling back to the previous question, “Can you return a leased car early?” Most companies allow for returning a leased car early, but you’ll want to make sure to check with the leasing agency. If you do return your lease early, you’ll still have to pay off the amount that is still owed, including any penalty fees, etc. On the bright side, you won’t be responsible for monthly lease payments if you return a leased car early, and you can always upgrade to a newer lease model if you wish.

Learn More About Leasing With Todd Maserati of Danbury!

Now you’re familiar with how returning a leased car works, feel free to reach out to us online or give us a call at 833-244-3818. Still considering a Maserati lease? Take a look at our current Maserati lease offers near Trumbull, then visit us in Danbury to get a closer look at our current models up for lease! 


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