I want to buy my sister's leased car. What is the process?

Asked by Sep 03, 2016 at 10:43 AM about the 2013 Toyota RAV4

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

My sister is turning in her 2013 Rav4.  It is in great shape and under mileage.  How do I go about buying it?

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47,465

Discuss with the dealership that she leased it from.

19,745

Pretty easy, I assume that she satisfied the lease and made all the payments? Go to the dealership with her where she leased the car and tell them that you want to purchase it in your name. VERY IMPORTANT, there's a hard number that they offered your sister to buy out the car.... DON'T let them tell you that this would increase if you purchased it.... If they do, you have two options, have your sister purchase it for the agreed price and buy it from her or, WALK AWAY....

19,745

Good morning Bob, I assume that you like Toyota's.?

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