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Did you know when leasing a vehicle, the lessee is responsible for any damage? Similar to a final inspection for a home or apartment rental, your leased vehicle is required to have a lease return inspection. Avoid unexpected lease end charges on your return. Simply schedule your REQUIRED Lease Return Inspection today for your complimentary report on wear. Our GM factory certified team is here to help minimize your out-of pocket expenses.
Per your GM lease agreement the lessee is responsible for more than excess mileage chargers. Lessees are responsible for “excess wear beyond the minor wear reasonably expected to result from ordinary use of the vehicle.” The excess wear charge will be the actual or estimated cost of repairing any excess wear. Our GM Certified lease return inspection team is here to help. Schedule your required Lease Inspection or chat with a specialist today, links below.
After the inspection, our lease return inspection specialists will review your vehicle’s Inspection Report that documents your vehicle’s condition using the GM Vehicle Condition Guidelines and how that impacts lease end fees. Our GM factory trained staff will help you determine what repairs may be covered under your vehicle’s manufacturer warranty and schedule an appointment for any open recall service needs to avoid costly out-of pocket fees. Schedule your required Lease Inspection today.
Schedule your required Lease Return inspection at any of our GM dealerships. Questions? Our team is here to help with four convenient locations serving Oakland and Livingston counties.
Matthews-Hargreaves Chevrolet in Royal Oak, MI.
Call (888) 618-7544
Livingston County Locations:
Champion Chevrolet of Fowlerville
Call (844) 386-2555
Champion Buick GMC of Brighton
Call (844) 389-6266
Champion Chevrolet of Howell
Call (866) 952-7334
Fewer than 4 dings (less than 2″) per panel.
Hail damage or punches on any panel.
1 dent or 2 scratches (less than 4″) per panel.
1 dent or 2 scratches (more than 4″) per panel
Cracked glass greater than 1/2″ in diameter or spidered cracks.
Cracked glass less than 1/2″ in diameter.
Removable stains and minor carpet wear.
Upholstery holes smaller than 1/8″.
Upholstery holes larger than 1/8″.
Tears smaller than 1/2″.
Tears larger than 1/2″.
No missing equipment or broken parts. No instrument panel warning lights or messages illuminated.
Cracked headlights, mechanical defects, missing equipment, instrument panel warning lights or messages illuminated.
Original manufacturer wheels, undamaged tires with minimum 4/32″ tread, wheels with scratches or gauges less than 3″, manufacturer recommended tire size rating, regardless of tire brand.
Mismatched tire size and speed rating, wheels with scratches or gauges greater than 3″, tire tread under 4/32″.