What is a Land Rover disposition fee?

I’ve always wanted a Land Rover, and I’m thinking about leasing one soon. I want to make sure I fully understand the process before I go. Can you tell me what a Land Rover disposition fee is?

Amber Reed · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
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Land Rover
disposition fee is collected at the end of the lease term to cover the dealer’s costs of preparing the car for resale. It’s sometimes called a “turn-in fee,” and is a common feature of any
car lease
, no matter what make of car you choose.
Disposition fees generally run around $300 to $400, but they might be slightly higher for a luxury maker like Land Rover. They can also vary according to the specific vehicle, dealership, and location. Be sure to ask your local Land Rover dealer what your disposition fee will be before you sign the lease.
Don’t want to pay the disposition fee? Typically, the only way out of a disposition fee is to buy the car at the end of your lease—or lease or buy another one. You may be able to negotiate your disposition fee down at the time of signing. Happy shopping!
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