Here at Jake Sweeney Kia, we’re here to help you through every part of the car ownership experience, and that includes the end of your lease. You’ve got a number of options, and we’ll walk you through each of them.
Did you know that you can actually sell your leased vehicle—and that you can sell it to a dealership other than the one you leased it from? So no matter where your lease originated, feel free to talk to us about next steps. Or perhaps you leased your vehicle elsewhere and you simply want to turn it in, then sign up for a new Kia lease here at our dealership in Florence, KY. In that case, you want to have your vehicle registration, vehicle inspection report, and odometer disclosure statement. You’ll also want to make sure you have any equipment that came with the vehicle, such as a spare tire, vehicle headrests, and the owners’ manual.
If you subscribe to the principal of “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” consider simply extending your lease. You’ll want to check your options, and the current leasing terms to see if this makes sense for you. Of course, you may be so enamored with your current leased vehicle that you simply want to buy it. This can be a good idea if you’ve exceeded the mileage limitations laid out in your original lease agreement and you want to avoid paying overage fees. If you leased your car here, talk with the staff in our Kia financing department to learn more about transitioning from leasing to financing.
If you are in the market for a new vehicle to lease, we recommend beginning your search early so you don’t have the pressure of coming up against the end of your lease.