Can you tint the windows on a leased car?

I thinking about leasing my next car but I only ride in absolute style. I also like my privacy and I know that leases usually come with restrictions. Are you able to tint the windows on a leased car?

Pat Roache · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
While there are certain restrictions,
leasing your next ride
is a great way to save some money while enjoying your car in its prime. Tinting the windows on a leased car, however, is up to the manufacturer and your dealership.
Certain manufacturers have leasing policies in place that do allow you to tint the windows on your leased car. These include:
While other manufacturers don’t necessarily prohibit tinted windows on a leased car, it is ultimately up to your dealership to decide if the tint is an acceptable modification. If you tint the windows on your lease without asking, you may be charged for excessive wear when you go to return your vehicle.
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