LEASE END PLANNING
Keeping Your Lease: What You Need to Know
Ah, the comfort of the familiar! There’s something to be said for sticking with a vehicle that you’ve come to know and love.
Why Might You Want to Keep Your Lease?
There are a variety of reasons a person may wish to keep their lease at the end of the term. Some compelling reasons why keeping your lease could be the right move for you are:
You know this vehicle like the back of your hand. There’s a sense of assurance in understanding exactly how your vehicle performs in different conditions.
You’ve spent the last 3-4 years taking good care of your vehicle; it’s not just another pre-owned vehicle. You know its history, how it’s been maintained, and what, if any, repairs it has undergone.
Buying out your lease may often involve fewer steps and less paperwork than going through the process of acquiring a new vehicle. You already know the costs associated with your current vehicle, making the financial planning aspect more straightforward.
Let’s face it, vehicles aren’t just metal and wheels; they’re a part of our everyday lives. The memories and experiences you’ve had in this vehicle might make it more than just a utility but a keepsake.
Okay, I’ve decided I’m keeping my lease... but what’s next?
Great question! Your journey to full ownership is just a few simple steps away:
Book the Inspection
It’s more than a checkbox; it’s your roadmap to understanding your vehicle’s health.
Consult Your Product Advisor
Discuss and finalize the buyout price and iron out any other particulars.
Sign the Paperwork
Dot the i’s and cross the t’s to make it all official.
Why Do I Need an Inspection?
If you’re on the fence about this whole “inspection” thing, let’s clear the air. This isn’t just busy work for the Service department; it’s your GPS to vehicle ownership. Here are the key reasons why an inspection is a must:
Know Your Vehicle's True Shape
An inspection reveals your vehicle’s condition like nothing else can. Think of it as a health check-up but for your vehicle.
Spot Maintenance Needs
Maybe there’s an under-the-hood issue you weren’t aware of. An inspection brings those to light, so there are no surprises later.
Move Ahead with Certainty
Armed with the facts, you can decide your next steps with zero guesswork involved.
The Government of Manitoba requires a valid Safety Inspection to be conducted to any vehicle being transferred to new ownership.
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