All good things must come to an end, your Nissan lease included. For the road ahead, it’s important to consider your options, as in whether you will replace, renew, or return your current vehicle. To help you make the transition as seamless as possible, our finance team digs deeper into your choices.
Option 1 | Replace Your Lease
If you can’t get enough of that new car smell, or you’re interested in what the latest and greatest Nissan models have to offer, you can return your current vehicle for one of our new Nissan models with a lease or purchase. Via this route, you can use your Nissan Loyalty Points to cover up to $500 of excess wear-and-use charges as well as the $395 disposition fee, if applicable.
Option 2 | Renew Your Lease
Not ready to say goodbye to the Nissan that’s been through it all alongside you? Luckily, you can buy it outright. Just let us know and we’ll arrange a payment plan accordingly.
Option 3 | Return Your Lease
We get that not everyone is ready for a new Nissan or to purchase their current lease. In this case, you can return your lease to our Orlando dealer.
What Should I Do If I Want To Return My Nissan Lease?
First, you should schedule a pre-return inspection (don’t worry, it’s complimentary.) It's up to you to decide whether we conduct repairs if needed.
Within a month of your lease-end, make an appointment with us to return your lease and inform us if you'd like to replace it.
At the dealership, you will need to complete a federal odometer/lease termination statement and satisfy any charges, which may include, but are not limited to, parking tickets and mile overages.
If you have any questions about the lease return process, feel free to contact us at Universal Nissan in Orlando.