1 Your Hyundai Lease-End Kit Just what you ll need to close out your lease. At every turn
2 Leases end, but the journey continues. Congratulations, you and your Hyundai are approaching another milestone the end of your lease. As always, Hyundai Motor Finance wants you to arrive there easily. So, we developed this kit. It has the info you ll need to cruise comfortably to your contract maturity date, including: Your options for closing out your lease Steps to getting a new Hyundai or keeping your current one Helpful resources (FAQs, forms, ways to reach us and more) Prep for your lease-end by giving the kit a read now. Then keep it handy for quick reference. To make the process even easier, we ll notify you when you need to act.
3 However you choose to finish your lease, we hope to see you again soon. After all, there are still many miles of road ahead. And many places we can and will be for drivers. Of course, we d be happy to keep you behind the wheel of a Hyundai. To help with your decision on what to drive next, we d like to offer you a Loyalty Reward just lease or finance the purchase of a new Hyundai through Hyundai Finance within a limited time after your contract maturity date and the disposition (turn-in) fee will be waived. (Learn more in this kit s Key Lease-End Terms section.) That s about it for now. Please let us know if there s anything we can do for you during lease-end and after it too. Thanks for journeying with us.
4 So, what s your next destination? Now s a great time to think about how you ll close out your lease. You can drive off in a new Hyundai, keep your leased vehicle or just return it. Whatever you decide, we ll be with you all along the way. WANT TO LEASE OR PURCHASE A NEW HYUNDAI? It s as simple as: Find the perfect vehicle for you at hyundaiusa.com Contact your Hyundai dealer to schedule a test drive Turn in your current vehicle using the Lease- End To-Do List WANT TO KEEP YOUR CURRENT HYUNDAI? Get a Buyout Quote by contacting your Hyundai dealer, visiting HMFUSA.com or speaking with a Lease-End Advisor at (855) , Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 9 p.m. Eastern. Select a payment option from your dealer or an advisor then continue enjoying your Hyundai a title release will arrive following your payment being processed.
5 Lease-End To-Do List Turning in your current Hyundai? Here s what you should do before you and your Hyundai take one last drive to the dealer together. We know from experience that carefully completing this list makes your path to lease-end as smooth and surprise-free as possible. Between now and returning your vehicle: ` ` Identify excess wear and use with the Self-Assessment Form.Make necessary repairs to avoid any excess wear and use charges ` ` Explore your lease-end options and steps with an advisor by calling (855) , Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 9 p.m. Eastern ` ` See the benefits of leasing or purchasing your next Hyundai with us at HMFUSA.com Schedule a Turn-In Appointment at your Hyundai dealer When returning your vehicle: Clean it inside and out Remove any garage door remotes and toll tags ` ` Fill out and sign an Odometer Disclosure Statement (search for and download at HMFUSA.com) then Fax completed statement to (972) ` ` Make sure all equipment originally provided with the vehicle is present, including but not limited to: Keys and keyless remotes Owner s manual Headrests Cargo covers/nets (if applicable) License plates (check with DMV to determine plate return requirements) Note: If required to send your license plate(s) to your state, do so after turning in your vehicle then fax the state s receipt to us at (972)
6 Helpful Resources Wear and Use Estimation Tool Evaluate your vehicle s potential excess wear and use by placing this tool over each damaged area. If an area exceeds the acceptable limit for its damage type, then mark it on the Self-Assessment Form. Doing so will give you an estimate of charges you may incur and repairs you might consider making. Online Self-Assessment You can also identify and estimate excess wear and use on the web or from your mobile device at: HMFUSA.com/lease-end Contact Us Want to know something else? Here are the places you can find us and all the best info. Visit HMFUSA.com/lease-end Contact a Lease-End Advisor at (855) Monday through Friday 8 a.m. 9 p.m. Eastern Call or stop by your Hyundai dealer
7 Common Lease-End Questions Should I set up an appointment to return my vehicle to my Hyundai dealer? Yes, we recommend you schedule a Turn-In Appointment to allow for a smooth vehicle return experience and to address any concerns you may have. Can I return my car to a non-hyundai dealer? No, your vehicle must be returned to an authorized Hyundai dealer. What charges may I still be billed for after I turn in my vehicle? The following charges, if applicable, may be included on your End-Of-Term Invoice: Excess wear and use Excess mileage Disposition (turn-in) fee Any past due and unpaid monthly payments Any other fees (e.g. unpaid late payment fees, taxes, tolls) Do I need to do anything with my license plates after I turn in my vehicle? Requirements vary by state. Please contact your Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) if you have questions about how this applies to you. How do I purchase my current vehicle? Please contact your Hyundai dealer, call us at (855) or log into your account at HMFUSA.com to get a Buyout Quote and purchase instructions. Can I make repairs to avoid excess wear and use charges? Yes. By making repairs, you can avoid wear and use charges. Contact your Hyundai dealer to get assistance with repair options. You may also choose to have repairs done independently as long as they are done prudently and according to industry standards. All repairs must be made using original equipment manufacturer s parts or those of equal value. Please call your Lease- End Advisor at (855) , Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. 9 p.m. Eastern, to learn more about repair requirements. Before getting any work done, check with your vehicle insurance company to see if any repairs can be covered. How do I qualify for the Loyalty Reward? To be eligible for the Loyalty Reward, just lease or purchase a new Hyundai with Hyundai Finance within a specified time period after your contract maturity date. Key Lease-End Terms Buyout Quote The amount (including taxes) you ll pay to purchase your leased vehicle. Disposition (Turn-In) Fee A fixed fee, specified in the lease contract, payable at lease-end if the lessee does not purchase the vehicle. Hyundai Finance can waive this fee with a Loyalty Reward (see description below). Excess Mileage Mileage that exceeds the agreed upon miles per year the leased vehicle may be driven as stated in the lease contract. The mileage is prorated based on the number of months in the lease term. The lessee is obligated to pay a specified fee for each excess mile incurred. Loyalty Reward Loyalty has many benefits at Hyundai Finance. If you decide to lease or purchase a new Hyundai with Hyundai Finance, or purchase your current Hyundai, we ll waive the disposition fee. Reward available to customers who are not in default under their lease contract and who act within a specified time period after vehicle turn-in. Call a Lease-End Advisor or visit your dealer for details. Maturity Date The date when your lease contract ends and vehicle must be turned in. Purchase Option The option to purchase the leased vehicle typically at the scheduled end of the lease term for a fixed price plus a predetermined purchase option fee. Refer to the lease contract for specific terms and conditions. Residual Value The estimated value of your vehicle at lease maturity, which is predetermined at lease inception.
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