How much is Kia’s disposition fee?

I’m thinking about leasing a Kia, and I think I’ve found a pretty good deal on one. I want to make sure I take all of the costs into account, though—especially the ones that come up at the end of the lease. Do you know how much Kia’s disposition fee is?

Amber Reed · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and you’re wise to look at your lease from all angles!
disposition fee is typically around $400. This is pretty standard, as most dealerships have disposition fees of around $300 to $400 when you
lease a car
. There can be some variation by the dealership—as well as by model—so make sure to ask about the specifics of your lease agreement.
The disposition fee is sometimes called a turn-in fee, as it comes into play when you turn in your car at the end of your lease. The purpose of it is to offset the dealer’s costs in getting the car prepped to sell as a used vehicle.
The disposition fee in a lease is not usually negotiable—although you can always try at the time of signing. However, you may be able to get your Kia disposition fee waived if you end up purchasing the leased car, or leasing or buying another Kia.
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