It could be because of worries of exceeding a mileage limit or changes in driving habits. It could also be due to growing or shrinking family size or switching to a job that requires a rail commute.
Often times, people stick out their leases when they are in these situations because they don’t realize how easy it is to get out of them early, an article posted on the West Herr Auto Group's website said.
One way to escape a lease early is to have the manufacturer help out through “pull ahead” programs, where the maker absorbs some of the expense, the posting said.
The dealership can be of help by absorbing the cost of trade in a transaction, with no expense to the leasee.
The leasee also help him or herself without having to go to the manufacturer or dealership for aid by rolling any additional expenses or remaining lease payments into a future loan, the posting said.
West Herr Auto Group is the largest automotive group in New York, operating out of 23 locations, according to its website.