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Is it Necessary to Maintain my Subaru Under Lease? Shingle Springs Maintenance FAQs

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You are required to properly maintain a Subaru that you are leasing. Since the dealership or a bank actually holds the title to the vehicle, they get to decide what maintenance will be required - and they'll always decide to follow the manufacturer's recommended service schedule. It's the best way to keep a car in great condition, whether you lease or own! If you fail to have proper maintenance performed on time according to manufacturer recommendation, you could be required to pay additional fees for excessive wear and tear at the close of your lease.

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Unless you negotiate an unusually long lease, your Subaru will be covered by the manufacturer's warranty for the entire lease term. That means that any mechanical problems that arise during your lease will be covered by the warranty! It doesn't cover vehicle neglect or traffic accidents, so you'll still need collision insurance like in any other car, but if anything goes wrong on your properly maintained Subaru, it's covered - your Subaru dealer will fix it at no cost to you.

Beyond that, you're responsible only for regular vehicle maintenance - oil changes, brake pad replacement, tire rotations and other important procedures. You can also negotiate included maintenance into your lease. That means you won't have to pay anything out-of-pocket when it comes time for preventative maintenance. Just consult your owner's manual, and visit us when your vehicle reaches a maintenance milestone. Your authorized Subaru dealership will take care of the rest!

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To ensure you won't have to pay any additional fees at the close of your lease, be sure to carefully read your lease agreement. It defines exactly what is required, what wear and tear is considered excessive and what will be checked at turn-in time. If you know what to expect, you can be confident you've taken proper care of your leased Subaru and avoid any added fees.

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