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Try negotiating with the leasing company. Be upfront and honest with them. They would rather find some way to get you out of the lease than have you quit paying and they have to take legal action. Try your local bank/credit union to buy out of the lease and start over. IT'S GONNA COST YOU! But it's usually best to cut your loses asap. Live and learn.
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