Your lease agreement will specify who must pay for maintenance and repairs during the lease term. In addition, the agreement should come with a manufacturer’s warranty. Ideally, it will cover the entire length of the lease and the number of miles you are likely to drive.
Most lease agreements require you to pay for excess wear and tear. This means that when you return the vehicle at lease-end, the dealer could charge you to fix anything deemed excessive by the lease agreement. Read this portion of the lease carefully. After all, every car is going to have a little wear and a few nicks after three or four years’ use, and you want to be sure that the wear and tear standards are reasonable.
Contact Spanials Automotive Service Center or call to schedule your leased vehicle’s repairs at Spanial’s today at 215-855-7030.