WHY YOU NEED A LEASE-END INSPECTION FOR YOUR GMC TRUCK OR SUV
A contract was signed when you leased a truck or SUV with GM Financial, and now the end of that agreement is approaching. From door dings to tire treads, a lease-end inspection will help assess the condition of your GMC and identify what you may have to pay when it’s returned.
See why it's important to schedule your free lease-end inspection.
WHAT HAPPENS DURING A LEASE-END INSPECTION?
- Examine Vehicle Condition: Everything in the interior and exterior gets examined, from paint and glass to tires and upholstery.
- Check Odometer: Mileage in excess of your lease agreement will likely be charged back to you at the end of your term.
- Assess Dashboard Function: Indicator lights, temperature controls and audio capabilities may be tested and noted in the report.
WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?
Peace of Mind: At the end of the inspection, you’ll have an idea of what fees, if any, you might need to pay and the opportunity to address repairs before returning the vehicle.
It’s Free: A lease-end inspection is a complimentary service meant to help make the lease-end experience easier.
It’s Convenient: Inspections can be scheduled to take place at your home, work or at the dealership. You may be eligible for fee waivers or special offers that you can ask your dealer about.
HOW DO I SCHEDULE A LEASE-END INSPECTION?
You can schedule your inspection by calling GM Financial at 1-800-284-2271 or directly through the AutoVin website. Before you call, have your GM Financial account number and vehicle identification number (VIN) handy.
When your lease comes to an end, you have three options.
- Lease or buy a new GMC
- Purchase your leased vehicle
- Return your vehicle
Need more information to help make your decision? These lease-end resources can help you choose the financial option that works best for your situation.