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The short answer is that yes, you can modify a leased vehicle, but a couple important things must be taken into consideration before doing so. If you plan on buying the car at the end of your lease, modifying it should not be a problem because you will eventually own the car.
You cannot simply exchange your leased vehicle. You will need to fulfill the terms of the lease. You can trade or sell the leased vehicle. If you do you will owe the leasing company the remaining payments, the residual value and any lease termination fees.
You can upgrade your car lease, usually close to the end of your term. Many manufacturers offer programs to keep your business for another lease term. Go to the same make dealer that your current vehicle lease is through. to qualify for any programs you must lease again through the same bank.
Trading a Leased Versus Financed Car Your lease contract will have a payoff value, which is the current cost to terminate the lease. When you trade in your leased car, the dealer -- any dealer -- will pay off the lease and the cost of the payoff goes against the trade-in value of your leased vehicle.
You can take your car to any dealer, not just the one where you arranged the lease, and let the dealer buy the car at the trade-in price. The dealer will pay the leasing company what you owe and give you a check for the equity.
Whether you are simply tired of your current leased vehicle, or are close to exceeding the maximum allowed mileage in the lease contract, you can change your leased vehicle by completing an early termination at a local dealership.
The only thing the lease requires is that you turn the car in the same way you got it ie:with stock wheels and runflats. So when you go to turn the car back in, youll need the original stuff back. You'll need to turn in the car with the stock rims so don't sell them!
Short Answer: Typically, car leasing companies will not cover tire replacement for leased cars you'll likely have to pay for this (and other routine maintenance) out of pocket. Some dealerships and third-party companies like Cartelligent offer maintenance packages for leases that can cover tire replacements.
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