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I leased a 2012 on a 24 mo lease w 30k miles; i was just wondering how badly Nissan is going to try to nickel and dime for extra charges when i turn in the car at the end of the lease term. This would be useful information also for people considering a lease vs purchase. Does anyone have experience and has actually turned in their GTR lease. I know most other luxury brands are very liberal with lease-end turn-in vehicles; BMW only charges a nominal set fee for worn tires and extra mile charges; no charge for brakes, rotors, pads, door dings etc. My service advisor already made comments about needing new full set pads & rotors for some tiny cracks in my front rotors after 18k miles; I'm wondering if at end of lease with 36k miles their gonna tell me I'm responsible for a 6k set of pads/rotors. I consider small rotor cracks as normal wear and tear. Does anyone know if the leasing company matters too? NMAC vs US Bank? or is lease-end policy set by Nissan?
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If you turn in the lease Nissan has a third party source to inspected the vehicle. Usually they look at any big scratches, ding, dent, body damage, low tire tread, sometimes they look at brakes and mileage over. Just curious if you purchase the Dent program?
 
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