When it is time to return your leased Toyota, you have options and here at South Coast Toyota we help you find the solution that works for you! We will walk through every step of the way and the best part is that we can help you even if your lease didn't originate with our dealership. It is never to early to begin thinking about how you want your lease to end. Our highly trained staff are experts when it comes to helping you find what option works best for your lifestyle. Come in, call, or email us for more information and to starting working with an advisor today.
Option 1: Keep Your Toyota Lease
Want to keep the Toyota you are driving now? You may be able to choose to re-lease or purchase your current Toyota model. Re-leasing all depends on the current condition and age of your Toyota and purchasing requires for you to either buy the model outright or loan it.
Option 2: Start A New Lease
Turn your lease in and get into a new lease with a new Toyota. Get the best of a new car without the long-term commitment.
Option 3: Return Your Lease
Have you decided that leasing isn't for you? Maybe you want to shop our wide inventory of new, used, and certified pre-owned inventory. Turn your lease in and let us help you find something you will love.
TIPS FOR RETURNING YOUR LEASE
Examine possible excessive wear and use on your vehicle and make any necessary repairs.
If you think your vehicle may have excessive wear and use, schedule your complimentary inspection appointment 15 to 60 days before your maturity date.
Call your local DMV to find out if your state requires license plates to be returned at lease-end.
What Should I Bring When I Return My Lease?
When you are ready to return your lease and regardless of which option you choose there are a few helpful reminders that will make the process smooth and hassle free
- Spare keys
- Tool kit and spare tire (if applicable)
- Owner's manuals
- Any original equipment that came with your lease like radio, head rests, cargo cover...
- vacuum your Toyota to remove any large crumbs
- Check the trunk, glove compartments, and under the seats for personal belongings
- Remove any stickers from windows but if they are on the car itself leave them as is