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  1. purchase current subaru
    • If you want to purchase your current Subaru, contact us for forms, instructions and your purchase amount.
      • To release your title, your account balance must be $0, and we must have received a properly completed odometer statement. We will release the title to the mailing address on the account within 2-10 days. You can expect your title within 15-30 days. Please note that receiving your title could take longer depending on Postal Service delivery.
      • We can't accept a purchase from a third party, such as a friend or family member.1
      • Keep in mind: Even after you terminate your lease, you may be billed for remaining property taxes, parking tickets, toll charges and other state or local fees you still owe on your account.
    • If you want to stay with Chase, you can visit Chase Direct Auto to apply for lease purchase financing.
      • Lease purchase financing is only available for those named on the original lease agreement and cannot be transferred to a third party.
      • We can’t add or remove anyone from the lease.
      • You can check the status of your application about 24 hours after submission at chase.com/loanstatus.

Additional lease-end options

Get a new Subaru

get a new subaru

Learn what you need to know to purchase or lease a new Subaru that fits your needs.

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Return your current Subaru

return your current subaru

If you’re getting close to the end of your lease, or not at the end of your lease but ready for a new vehicle, find out how to return your Subaru. If turning in your vehicle before the end of your lease, make sure you understand the financial impact of early turn-in. Review our timeline so you can have a successful turn-in experience.

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extend your lease

extend your lease

If you need more time with your current vehicle, you may be eligible to extend your lease.

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1 Your lease agreement prohibits your assignment of any rights under the lease agreement without Chase’s prior written permission. One of your rights under the lease agreement is to purchase the vehicle by exercising the purchase option described in the lease agreement. We understand that you may find it beneficial to assign your purchase option right to a retailer when you turn in the vehicle, and Chase hereby provides its advance written permission for you to do so if you choose. This permission does not extend to any other aspect of the lease agreement. If the retailer exercises your purchase option you will not be required to pay any early termination or end-of-term liability, but you will remain liable for all other obligations under the lease agreement.