What is a Cadillac disposition fee?

I was thinking about leasing a car, but all the details overwhelm me. Right now I’m wondering: what is a Cadillac disposition fee?

Melanie Mergen · Answered on Jan 31, 2023
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
A Cadillac disposition fee is a cost designated for cleaning and preparing your Cadillac for sale or to lease again when you return it at the end of your lease.
How much a disposition fee costs can vary depending on the dealership, location, and vehicle type you rent. The average disposition fee falls between $300 and $400, according to Edmunds. According to GM Financial, Cadillac disposition fees can cost up to $595. You can find the actual amount in your lease agreement.
In addition to your Cadillac’s disposition fee, you might also see additional charges after you return the vehicle, such as for taxes or excess wear or mileage.
Your Cadillac disposition fee can also be waived if you buy or lease a new GM vehicle after your current Cadillac lease is over. If you have additional questions about your Buick disposition fee, contact your dealership or GM Financial’s customer service.
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