A lease is a contract based on your anticipated use of the vehicle (money) over a stated period of time. When you terminate prematurely you'll usually pay a penalty because the leasor borrowed/committed the money for that length of time UNLESS 1. The vehicle is way below miles, in which case the dealer (leasor) may credit you against the penalty, 2. The dealer has a solid prospect to sell the returned vehicle quickly and/or sell/lease you another vehicle, 3. The lease was subsidized very low intetrest in which case the leasor may benefit by termination. With only 7 months to go why the rush?
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