Hyundai Lease Return - Miami, FL

Looking To Get Out Of Your Lease Early?

Whether or not you leased from us, return your lease to Braman! We will guide you through the step by step process. Fill out the form below with your lease information and we'll be in touch shortly with next steps!​

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Returning a Lease: FAQ

Have questions about how to return a leased car? Whether it's your first foray into the lease-end process or you're just in need of a refresher, we've got answers. 

Can I turn in a leased car early for another lease?

You do have an option of returning a leased car early, although you're likely to pay an Early Termination Fee, as outlined in your lease agreement. A lease-end advisor can help you further.

In some cases, your car dealer will try to have that termination fee waived or paid for if you choose to re-lease another vehicle through the dealership. This is, of course, only available on a case-by-case basis. 

I like my car  -- what options do I have if I don't want to return it?

When your lease maturity date arrives, you have several options:

  1. You can return your vehicle and lease another.
  2. You can return your vehicle and purchase another.
  3. You can return your vehicle and walk away.
  4. You can purchase your leased vehicle for its buyout price.
  5. You can extend your lease.

Speak with your leasing company or a member of your Hyundai dealership if you'd like to discuss these options in depth. If you're returning a Hyundai, you can also review the lease-end process by visiting hmfusa.com

Will I need to pay anything when returning my lease?

If you're returning your lease and walking away, you will be charged, per your lease agreement, for excess wear and tear, excess mileage, and a disposition (turn-in) fee.

If you re-lease another vehicle, however, disposition fees are likely covered, and you may receive a waiver for wear and tear. As always, consult your auto leasing contract for full details.

Is turning in a leased car to a different dealership allowed?

Yes, you may return a lease to any dealership, so long as they're of the same automotive brand and family. For instance, if you lease a Hyundai Elantra in Miami from Braman, then move to another state, you can return that leased car to any officially licensed Hyundai dealer near you.

Note: It's a smart idea to speak with your lender and local auto dealer near you before returning a leased vehicle.

Does your dealership perform lease-end repairs?

Absolutely. After a lease-end inspection is performed, you may be alerted to potential "wear and tear" issues, including scratches, dents, paint chips, etcetera. You will want to have these issues fixed prior to returning your leased vehicle; if you do not, you will be charged for excess wear and tear, which can be hundreds of thousands of dollars more than the repair itself.

Schedule a lease-end car repair at Braman Hyundai or a collision repair center near you at least 30 days before your lease maturity date. This should allow you enough time to get all your ducks in a row.