cars  legal


Question by  ChrstopherJ (25)

Can I turn in a leased car because of problems?

I have been very dissatisfied with my leased car.


Answer by  Zoso (869)

Absolutely. Do not accept a bad product. Document and substantiate your complaints as much as possible, with photographs; complain, persist; escalate to the dealer's "zone office" if necessary.


Answer by  SallyJ (1010)

If your leased car is developing mechanical faults over and above normal wear-and-tear, you should probably go back to the dealership and complain.


Answer by  markochiguegmailcom (514)

Naturally. You should get value for your money. And having a leased vehicle with mechanical, engine or whatever problems is not. Even if the contract of lease does not stipulate this, the company or person who rented it to you should be obliged to have the car replaced as soon as possible.


Answer by  Marybeth (841)

If you are having problems with your leased car, you should be able to return it and get a different car if you are using a reputible car company. Don't expect a refund but the company should stand behind the car. Those are the questions you want to ask before you sign a lease.


Answer by  sara99 (851)

With rare exceptions leased cars may not be turned in early without huge penalties. Not even death will cancel out a lease!

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