How much is Infiniti’s disposition fee?

The lease on my Infiniti is about to run out, and I know I’m going to have a few fees to pay when I turn the car in, so I’m trying to plan ahead. How much is Infiniti’s disposition fee?

Sarah Gray · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Most dealerships charge a lease disposition fee, also known as a turn-in fee. These fees typically run between $300 and $400. The
lease disposition fee is usually $395, though it can vary from one state to another.
While most dealerships charge these fees, most also offer a variety of ways to avoid them. Two of the most common include buying your leased vehicle or signing another lease. Choosing either of these options means continued business for the dealership, which means they’ll usually be happy to waive small fees, like the disposition fee.
If you decide to lease another Infiniti, be sure to read your new lease contract to see if it includes a disposition fee. If it does, you may be able to negotiate to have it removed before you sign. Every little bit helps when you also have luxury maintenance and
car insurance
costs to consider!
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