2020, 2021 Jeep Lease Deals, Specials & Offers
2021 Jeep Lease FAQ
If I lease a Jeep, do I pay Chrysler Capital? Why?
Many automakers have their own leasing and financing services that offer buyers a more convenient option than traditional banks can. They have competitive rates, are knowledgeable with their vehicles, and can offer better servicing. The Jeep brand is included under the umbrella of Chrysler products that also manufactures Chrysler, Dodge, Ram, and Mopar. Therefore, Chrysler Capital will be your lessor should you choose to go through a Jeep dealership for leasing your Jeep vehicle.
What is the Jeep First Responders Incentive, and can it work with a lease?
Members of the community that work as first responders, EMTs, firefighters, and law enforcement have access to special financing offers through the Jeep First Responders Incentive. This allows eligible community members to qualify for up to $5,000 as a cash bonus toward the purchase or lease of specific Jeep vehicles.
What is Jeeps Military Bonus Cash and is it available with a lease?
Can you tell Jeep loves those who protect us? The Jeep Military Bonus Cash program provides a $500 cash bonus toward the purchase or lease of select Jeep models. This is available to current active duty and military veterans.
What are the insurance requirements with a Jeep lease?
The insurance requirements for a vehicle with a Jeep lease agreement are similar to that of a loan agreement. The vehicle must have physical damage coverage that includes other than collision and collision coverage in order to remain compliant with the terms of the lease.
What are the options to make my monthly payment?
Monthly payment options through Chrysler Capital can be made by debit card, credit card, or as a bank account draft. Automatic payments are also available to ensure timely payment.
What are the options and the end of the lease?
Lessees have many options to choose from at the end of their lease period. For those who like the vehicle they are currently driving, a buyout may be available. If you are ready to exchange your current lease for a lease on a new vehicle, that is a possibility, as well. Additionally, a lease can be allowed to expire with no vehicle replacement selected. The choice is yours to do as you please.
What is the Jeep Wave Program?
As a premium loyalty program that rewards owners for their dedication to the Jeep brand, the Jeep Wave Program offers an array of perks to participants. Vehicle routines for routine maintenance, three free oil changes and tire rotations, and service scheduling assistance are just a few benefits you will receive for being a part of this program.
What is MVP lease protect in regard to my Jeep lease?
MVP Lease Protect for Jeep products does exactly what the name states. It protects a lessee's interest in their leased vehicle from various types of damage during your lease period. Windshield cracks and chips, tire and rim damage, and seats and carpeting are covered under this protection.
What is the Jeep Pull Ahead Program?
The Jeep Pull Ahead Program allows lessees to get out of a lease program early, as long as certain requirements are met. Usually, a customer must lease another Jeep program and be within a certain time period within their current lease agreement.
What is the Jeep College Graduate Rebate Program?
Jeep pays customers for completing college in a way that will benefit them later in life. Offering a $500 cash allowance to college graduates, this program is available at certain times of the year for college students who qualify.
Can I transfer my Jeep lease to another person?
There are many factors that go into considering a valid transfer of a Jeep lease. The condition, current lender, and time left in the lease will all be considered.
What are the costs if I go over the specified mileage?Going over the allotted mileage of a lease agreement will be accompanied by some consequences. A fee is usually charged for every mile over the agreed upon amount, so this can rack up quickly. At a typical rate of 15 to 20 cents extra per mile, depending on the value of the vehicle, lessees can expect to pay quite a bit for going over the specified mileage in a lease agreement. It should be avoided at all costs.