Here Are Some Helpful Reminders As Your Volvo Lease Approaches Its End

If you have been driving around Conway, AR in a leased Volvo for the past few years, you might wonder about the process involved in turning your vehicle back in. You will be pleased to know that it is rather straightforward and easy. 

You will want to start doing a few things now and making some decisions before that final day arriving. To begin with, know that you can return your leased Volvo to McLarty Volvo Cars of Little Rock near Benton, AR. This is true even if you did not originally return the lease through us. Here are some things that you should do ahead of time.

Turn It In or Purchase It?

You may not realize this, but you can buy the Volvo that you have leased. While you might have entered your lease ready to hand it back in a few years later, you may have since changed your mind. 

 

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If that is the case, you can purchase it for the residual value that is contained in your contract. This is a no-haggle price that makes it easy to change the ownership of the vehicle to your name. This is also a good option if you find that you have way exceeded the allowed number of miles and do not want to pay the penalty. If Little Rock drivers are ready to hand in the lease, continue with the inspection and get ready for it. Remember that you can lease another new Volvo immediately upon turning your current one in.

The Inspection is Important

If you have decided that you are ready to turn your leased Volvo back into the dealership, you will want to schedule an inspection. You should do this about two months from the end of your lease to give yourself time to make any needed repairs. Scheduling the inspection is easy. You should receive a letter that will give you all the information that you need. The inspector can come to a convenient place, so make it your home or office if that fits best with your schedule.

Make Needed Repairs

If the inspection reveals nothing more than normal wear and tear, you will receive a clear report. North Little Rock drivers will just want to pay attention to mileage to make sure not to exceed the amount permitted in the contract. 

However, if any damages need to be corrected, these will be noted in the report and should be fixed before you turn the lease back in. Examples of excessive wear and tear include noticeable dings or scratches on the exterior and stains on the interior. You will also want to consider the shape of your tires. If they need to be replaced, that should be done before the end of your lease. When in doubt, ask the inspector. You can have a Volvo service center do the repairs, or you can take it to a body shop of your choice.

Turn It In

When the day comes to bring your leased Volvo to McLarty Volvo Cars of Little Rock near Bryant, AR, it is best to make an appointment. This will ensure that you do not have to wait for a representative to do a final inspection of the vehicle. Ensure that you bring all the items that came with your vehicle when you first took out the lease. This includes the spare tire, an owner's manual, and all keys and fobs.

If you would like more information regarding the lease turn-in process, feel free to contact McLarty Volvo Cars of Little Rock near Sherwood. We want to help make this is as easy a process for you as possible. We would also be happy to go over the current lease offers and arrange a test drive for you while you are here.