One of the primary benefits of leasing a new Subaru is the short-term commitment, usually running up after three years. From there, you have plenty of options to decide on when it comes to the end of your new Subaru lease, and we'll be happy to help you make the best decision. If you're coming up to the end of your lease, it might be time to visit our Loveland, CO Subaru dealership Fort Collins, Windsor, Estes Park, Berthoud and Johnstown so we can go through your options and help you decide on your next step.

There are many reasons to lease a new Subaru, from the lower monthly costs to the warranty coverage on certain kinds of maintenance, and, of course, the many options you have going forward after your three-year agreement. Take a look through the options you have, then visit us today so we can get started on whatever paperwork you'll need to complete.

Option 1: Return your lease or lease a new Subaru

This is usually the most popular way to end a lease, as three years is plenty of time for Subaru to redesign and upgrade everybody's favorite models. This is a great option if you've been driving, say, a Subaru Impreza, while your family has perhaps grown a bit, so a new Forester might be your next best bet. If you go this route, you'll need to get your current Subaru lease inspected, and there's some paperwork to get started on so we can move forward with the next vehicle you plan on purchasing or leasing.

Option 2: Return a leased Subaru from another dealership

If you moved here to the Loveland area in the middle of your current lease, we'd be more than happy to take care of the end of your agreement. We'll be in touch with your original dealership if needed, and we'll take you through the process of going over any of your outstanding payments, excessive mileage, excessive wear and tear and other end-of-term obligations.

Option 3: Purchase your current leased Subaru

While trading out a slightly older model for an all-new one has its appeals, any Subaru from the last decade or so is going to prove its trustworthiness and reliability, and there might be a personal connection you feel with your ride. If that's the case, you have the option to buy out your lease for its remaining value, which means it's yours forever, and you won't have to handle the end of the lease paperwork and inspection process.

Subaru of Loveland

3930 Byrd Dr
Directions Loveland, CO 80538

  • Sales: 970-622-1019

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