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Frequently Asked Questions

Prepare for your lease end and get the answers your need.

What to expect

Find your new ride

Enjoy the excitement of a new vehicle by returning your current leased vehicle and finding a new vehicle to lease or buy. Save time at the dealership by applying online now.

Buy your leased vehicle

Do you love your ride so much you don’t want to say goodbye? You can purchase your vehicle at any point during your lease. Visit your dealership to discuss your options.

Return your vehicle

If you just want to turn your vehicle in and don’t want to lease or buy a new GM vehicle, schedule an appointment at your dealership. Before you make a final decision, make sure to check out the latest offers in your area.

Your originating GM dealer is best qualified to assist you with the lease-end process. If you have moved a significant distance since you leased your GM vehicle, or you would like to turn in your vehicle at another GM dealership, please contact GM Financial at 866-631-0132

Contact your originating GM dealer to assist with obtaining a quote or call GM Financial at 866-631-0132. Please have your account number, Social Security number or vehicle identification number (VIN) available to help us quickly locate your account.

Yes. Depending on your scheduled termination date, there may be several options available to you. Please contact GM Financial at 866-631-0132 or the originating dealership for details.

Deposit and fees

Your security deposit will be returned to you, less any amounts owed under your lease agreement, within 60 days of returning your leased vehicle.    

If you turn in your leased vehicle, you are responsible for any excess wear-and-use charges, remaining payments, excess mileage charges, fees, taxes and/or citations.

If you elect to return your leased vehicle and have exceeded the allowed mileage in your lease agreement, you will be charged for the additional miles. These charges are detailed in your lease agreement.

Excess wear and use

The standards for wear and use are listed in your lease agreement. Any wear to the vehicle that is not excessive is considered normal. Examples of excess wear and use include, but are not limited to, missing or broken parts, dented or damaged body panels, and cracked or broken glass. 

Additional information

Explore our lease-end page for more answers, or contact our Customer Experience team at 866-631-0132.