Find a lease takeover in Ontario with a huge selection of over 1000 cars. Narrow down your search using the filter criteria in the left hand column. Also, if you’re looking to sell your car lease in Ontario, it’s completely FREE of charge! Proudly presented to you by the largest car leasing website in Canada!


  • 2015 Honda Civic LX Sedan

    $220.00  per month ,
    Months Remaining 14
    Current KM's 35,000
    Remaining KM's 30,000
    Cash Incentive $0.00

    Looking for a driver who would like to take over the lease. This lease agreement still have about 14 months left and it will be expired in July 2018. This car is driven by a non-smoker driver and it’s in very good condition. Details below: Model: 2015 Honda Civic LX Sedan Color: Steel Grey Total […]

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  • 2016 Acura ILX Premium Lease Take Over

    $450.00  per month ,
    Months Remaining 36
    Current KM's 29,000
    Remaining KM's 51,000
    Cash Incentive $0.00

    Lease transfer of a Beautiful, Crafted, Prestige 2016 Acura ILX Premium Package. 1- Acura ILX 2016 Premium Sedan – “Graphite Grey” – 201 HP, i-vtec 2.4L DOHC – K24 engine with 8 speed Dual Clutch Automatic transmission. 2- Lease term: 36 months is left (Original 48 months) 3- Up to 80,000km Warranty 4- Available Mileage […]

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  • 2015 Acura RDX tech package

    $617.47  per month ,
    Months Remaining 26
    Current KM's 30,367
    Remaining KM's 33,633
    Cash Incentive $620.00

    ACCIDENT FREE, MINT CONDITION

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  • 2013 Mini

    $154.00  per month ,
    Months Remaining 81
    Current KM's 26,500
    Remaining KM's 6,000
    Cash Incentive $0.00

    Like new condition, 26.5k one careful owner, comes automatic British racing green with white lines on bonnet

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  • 2015 Mercedes Benz C-300 Sport Lease Take Over

    $618.00  per month ,
    Months Remaining 18
    Current KM's 48,000
    Remaining KM's 30,000
    Cash Incentive $0.00

    Months left: 18 (short term) Payments: ONLY $618/m tax included You pay $2,500 to me to take over the lease Original down payment: $5,000 KM left: 30,000 Buyback option: $30,600 WHAT YOU GET: Drive a Mercedes C300 for super low payments You keep my $5,000 down payment deposit Month of April paid by me ($618) […]

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  • 2016 nissan sentra sr

    $313.00  per month ,
    Months Remaining 51
    Current KM's 20,000
    Remaining KM's 80,000
    Cash Incentive $0.00

    2016 nissan sentra Sr with all options leather sunroof navi Bluetooth Bose system tinted windows new winter tires and summer tires payments are 303.00 per month 4 years 2 month

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  • 2014 RAV4

    $450.00  per month ,
    Months Remaining 13
    Current KM's 84,000
    Remaining KM's 12,000
    Cash Incentive $1,000.00

    Winter tires included, non smoking, no kids

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  • 2016 BMW 3-Series Luxury Line 328i xDrive – Lease Takeover $565

    $566.37  per month ,
    Months Remaining 26
    Current KM's 18,600
    Remaining KM's 46,665
    Cash Incentive $0.00

    Take over my lease for a great deal at only $640.00 per month including tax. Drive for 26 month. Lease expires May 2019. FULLY LOADED Navigation with live traffic updates Heated Steering Heated Rear seats Lane departure Blindspot monitoring Tinted windows Lease protection (excess wear and use package) Premium Package Essentials Executive Package Dont miss […]

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  • 2011 Dodge Caravan

    $500.00  per month ,
    Months Remaining 77
    Current KM's 180,000
    Remaining KM's 10,000,000
    Cash Incentive $0.00

    Vehicle condition: very nice KMS: 180,000 Rear dvd, Sirius radio, bluetooth

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The option for a lease takeover in Ontario listed below is just one of the many lease takeovers that you can find around the country, and the world. A lease takeover is a little thought of way to get a new car where you take over someone else’s lease. This allows you to have a new car and help someone else out at the same time! You can also get shorter lease terms by taking over the lease on a car that is closer to the end of its lease.

There are many reasons why someone might wish to seek a lease takeover in Ontario. For example, they may be looking to move and not want to bring their car with them. Another popular reason is that they cannot afford to keep up on the vehicle payments. No matter the reason, it is a good opportunity for you.

If you like this lease takeover in Ontario or you have found another option you have already completed the hardest step in a lease takeover, finding the vehicle. From there on out you will be in for some smooth sailing. Only three steps remain in the process of performing a lease takeover.

 

 

1) Speak with the current lessee of the vehicle.

Speaking with the lessee of the vehicle will allow you to get an idea of the facts that aren’t listed on the advertisement for the lease takeover. You can find out why they are looking to perform a lease takeover, the terms and details of their lease, and the history of the vehicle. Despite the fact they may disclose to you the history of the vehicle it is always wise to perform a Carfax check. In order to be able to do this ensure that you ask the current lessee for the Vehicle Identification Number off the car or truck. This is also a good time to discuss who is going to pay the lease transfer fees.

2) Go out and drive the car.

Whether you are buying a brand new car or looking to perform a lease takeover it is a wise decision to take the car for a test drive. You will get the chance to feel how the car handles and to see the car in person.
It is also a good idea to take a mechanic with you to inspect the vehicle for you and give it a rubber stamp of approval. Some mechanic shops will perform a brief inspection on a vehicle during a test drive for a small fee.

3) Fill out the paperwork.

A standard part of lease is to fill out paperwork. A lease takeover is no different. The leaser will perform a credit check on you in order to ensure that you can keep up with the payments. After that you will fill out the final paperwork and sign to have the lease takeover in Ontario official put under your name.