RETURN YOUR LEASE AT Burke Chevrolet

Whether you leased your vehicle from Burke Chevrolet or not, we would be honored to handle your lease return. You may return your GM brand vehicle leased through GM Financial. While the steps below serve as a guide as you begin to consider your lease end options, our dealership associates are pleased to schedule a lease-end consultation personalized to your needs. Simply contact Burke Chevrolet for more information.

CONSIDER THESE TIPS TO MAKE YOUR LEASE RETURN PROCESS AS EASY AS POSSIBLE:

EXPLORE YOUR LEASE-END OPTIONS

 

LEASE OR PURCHASE A NEW VEHICLE

Take advantage of current offers by returning your leased vehicle, and purchasing or leasing a new vehicle from Burke Chevrolet. Explore our selection of new vehicles, equipped with the latest technology and safety features.

 

PURCHASE YOUR CURRENT VEHICLE

If you love your leased vehicle and would like to purchase it, our sales associates will help you through the process.



 

RETURN YOUR LEASED VEHICLE

Even if you did not lease your vehicle from Burke Chevrolet, we will help you through the lease-return process. We will assist with scheduling your lease return and our associates will answer any questions you may have.

TIPS FOR RETURNING YOUR LEASED VEHICLE

BEFORE YOUR LEASE RETURN

Complete the following steps prior to your arrival at the dealership:

  • Examine your vehicle for possible excessive wear and use, and make any necessary repairs.
  • Contact Burke Chevrolet to schedule your lease return.
  • Ensure all contracted payments and fees are paid to the lender.

PREPARING FOR YOUR LEASE RETURN

Please bring the following to your inspection and lease-return:

  • Toolkit and spare tire, if applicable.
  • All sets of remotes and keys (including valet key, if applicable)
  • Owner's Manuals
  • Any original equipment to your vehicle (radio, headrests, 3rd row seat, tonneau/cargo cover, etc.)
  • Lease account information

AFTER YOUR VEHICLE IS RETURNED

Complete these steps to finalize your lease return:

  • Check your mail for a Lease End Invoice from the lender detailing any remaining payments, fees, and other miscellaneous charges.
  • Ensure any automatic payments to the lender have been cancelled.